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IV 



AN 



ALPHABETICAL DICTIONAEY 



OF 



Coatfii of 9irmd 



BSLONQlNa TO 



FAMILIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND; 



FOBUINO AN EXTENSIVE 



ORDINARY 



OF 



BRITISH ARMORIALS; 

UPON AN ENTIRELY NEW PLAN, 

IN WHICH THE ARMS ARB SYSTEMATICALLY SUBDIVIDED THROUGHOUT, 

AND 80 ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 

THAT THE NAMES OF FAMILIES WHOSE SHIELDS ARE FOUND ON 

BUILDINGS, MONUMENTS, SEALS, PAINTINGS, PLATE, ETC., 

WHETHER MEDL£VAL OR MODERN, 

CAN BE READILY ASCERTAINED. 

BY THE LATE 

JOHN W. PAPWORTH, F.R.I.B.A., 

EDITED FROM PAGE 696 BY 

ALFEED W. MORANT, F.S.A., F.G.S. 



LONDON : 
T. BICHARDS, 87, GREAT QUEEN STREET. 

1874. 



All rights reserved. 



•XFORD 



list rf ^ttterriherH 

To the Work under the final arrangement for completing it. 



The Print Department of the British Museum 

The Department of Scienoe and Art, South Kensmgton 

The Library of the Corporation of London (7W copies) 

The Society of Antiquaries, London {Two copies) 

The Archeeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland {Tioo copies) 

The Birmingham Library {Tioo copies) 

The Chetham Library, Manchester 

The Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire 

The Kent Archaeological Society {Two copies) 

The Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society 

The Leicester Permanent Library {Two copies) 

The Lincolnshire Diocesan Architectural Society 

The Liverpool Free Public Library 

The Liverpool Library {Two copies) 

The London Institution {TSdo copies) 

The Middle Temple Library 

The Sheffield Library 

The Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society {Two copies) 

Trinity College, Cambridge {Two copies) 

The Wiltshire Archseological and Natural History Society 

Mrs. Stackhouae Acton, Acton Scott {Two copies) 

Rev. H. Addington, M.A., Henlow Grange, Biggleswade {Two copies) 

William Adlam, Esq., Chew Magna 

W. A. Tyssen Amhurst, Esq., Didlington Park {Two copies) 

John S. Anderson, Esq., Old Broad Street {Tioo copies) 

Measrs. Asher, Berlin {Ttffo copies) 

Arthur Ashpitel, Esq., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., the late {Two copies) 

C. C. Babington, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., Cambridge {Two copies) 

C. G. V. Bayly, Esq., Davies Street {Two copies) 

L. R. Baily, Esq., Liverpool {Two copies) 

John Batten, Esq., J.P., Aldon, Yeovil {Two copies) 

William Beamont, Esq., Warrington {Two copies) 

Rev. W. K. R'. Bedford, M.A., Sutton Coldfield {Two copies) 

James Bennet, Esq., the late, continued by Mrs. Bennet, Tlie Close, Sahsbury 

Beckford Bevan, Esq., Bury St. Edmund's {Two copies) 

W. H. Blaauw, Esq., M.A., F.S.A., the late 

H. Blenkinsop, Esq., Warwick 

Edward Blore, Esq., D.C.L., F.S.A., Manchester Square {Tioo copies) 



IV LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. 

Miss Bockett, Bradney, near Reading {Two copies) 
J. R. Botham, Esq., Birmingham 

E. M. Boyle, Esq., Torquay {Two copies) 

Edward K. Bridger, Esq., Berkeley House, Hampton, Middlesex 

Thomas Bright wen, Esq., Great Yarmouth 

Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms, Dublin Castle {Two copies) 

W. R. Callender, Esq., jun., Rusholme {Two copies) 

John Calver, Esq., Harleston 

G. A. Carthew, Esq., F.S.A., East Dereham {Two copies) 

R. Redmond Caton, Esq., F.S.A. Ryefield House, Ayrshire {Two copies) 

John Inglis Chalmers, Esq., Aldbar 

Mrs. E. Cole, Doddington, Lincoln {Two copies) 

Rev. the Lord Alwyne Compton, M.A., Castle Ashby {Two copies) 

Thomas Coombs, Esq., Dorchester {Two copies) 

Rev. G. E. Corrie, D.D., Master of Jesus College, Cambridge 

J. Ross Coulthart, Esq., F.S.A.Scot., Ashton-under-Lyne {Three copies) 

Rev. G. H. Dash wood, M.A., F.S.A., the late (Two copies) ^ continued by 

Captain Bnlwer, East Dereham 
James Dearden, Esq., the late, continued by Mrs. E. C. Waters, Upton 

House, Poole 

William R. Emeris, Esq., Louth 

John Evans, Esq., F.S.A., Hemel Hempstead {Ttoo copies) 

Rev. C. J. Evans, M.A., Ovington, Thetford {Two copies) 

Miss ffarrington, Worden, Preston {Thoo copies) 
John Fetherston, Esq., F.S.A., High Street, Warwick {Two copies) 
A. W. Franks, Esq., M.A., Dir.S.A., Victoria Street {Five copies) 
Gilbert J. French, Esq., F.S.A., the late {Two copies) 

H. H. Gibbs, Esq., St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park 
W. Gray, Esq., F.G.S., F.R.A.S., York {Two copies) 
H. S. Grazebi-ook, Esq., Pedmore {Two copies) 
Rev. H. T. Griffith, B.A., Felminghara, Norfolk 

F. S. Growse, Esq., Bildestone 

Edward Hailstone, Esq., F.S.A., Walton Hall, Wakefield 

James H. Harrison, Esq., Great Yarmouth 

William Harrison, Esq., F.G.S., F.S.A., Samlesbury Hall 

R S. Harvey, Esq., Nottingham Place {Two cojnes) 

E. Hawkins, Esq., F.S.A., the late {Two copies) 

Miss Frances M. Hext, Lostwithiel 

R. R. Holmes, Esq., F.S.A., Windsor Castle 

D. D. Hopkyns, Esq., F.S.A., Weycliffe, Guildford 

Rev. John Horner, M.A., Mells Park, Frome {Two copies) 

J. C. Hotten, Esq., the late {Two copies) 

J. J. Howard, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A., Dartmouth Road, Blackheath 

Edward Hussey, Esq., Scotney Castle, Kent 

R. C. Hussey, Esq., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., Harbledown, Canterbury (Ti^o copies) 

Henry Jackson, Esq., Sheffield 

Rev. J. E. Jackson, M.A., Hon. Canon of Bristol, Leigh Delamere 
{Four copies) 

William Long, Esq., Wrinp^on, near Bristol 

Rev. W. C. Lukis, M.A., F.S.A., Wath, Ripon 

Rev. S. Lysons, M.A, F.S.A., Hempsted Court {Two copies) 



LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. V 

Edgar MaoCuUoch, Esq., Guernsey {Two copies) 
G. W. Marshall, Esq., LL.D., F.A.S.L., Hanley Court, Tenbury 
{Two copies) 

John H, Mathews, Esq., Harley Street {Two copies) 

The Rt. Hon. the Lord Monson, M.A., F.S.A., Belgrave Square 

A- W. Morant, Esq., F.S.A., F.G.S., Leeds {Foui* copies) 

Rev. H. G. Morse, Lornmore Square {Two copies) 

C. R. Scott Murray, Esq., Cavendish Square 

John Nealds, Esq., Guildford {Two copies) 

Alexander Nesbitt, Esq., F.S.A., Oldlands, Uckfield 

J. D. T. Niblett, Esq., Staniforth, Gloucester {Two copies) 

John ntid Nicholl, Esq., the late {Ttpo copies) 

J. Gough Nichols, Esq., F.S.A., the late 

The Most Noble the Marquis of Northampton, Castle Ashby {Two copies) 

W. J. OT>onnavan, Esq., University Club, Dublin (Ttvo copies) 
Frederick Ouvry, Esq., F.S.A,, Lincoln's Inn Fields {Two copies) 

A. Paget, Esq., the late 

John H. Parker, Esq., F.S.A., Oxford {Two copies) 

J. A. Pearson, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A., the late 

H. Peckitt, Esq., Carlton Ousthwaite, Yorkshire (Ttoo copies) 

Hugh Penfold, Esq., Middle Temple (Ttoo copies) 

Charles Penruddocke, Esq., Compton Park {Ttuo copies) 

Charles S. Perceval, Esq., LL.D., Tr.S.A., Eccleston Square {Four copies) 

Rev. G. Pinder, M.A., Hartford House, Bournemouth {Two copies) 

J. H. Plowes, Esq., York Terrace {Ttoo copies) 

Anibroee Poynter, Esq., Dover 

R Quaritch, Esq., Piccadilly {Four copies) 

T. Richards, Esq., Great Queen Street {Four copies) 

Joseph Rix, Esq., M.D., St. Neot's {Two copies) 

G. Roots, Esq., B.A., F.S.A., Ashley Place, Victoria Street (Two copies) 

R R. Rowe, Esq., F.S.A., F.RI.B.A., Cambridge {Tm copies) 

James P. St. Aubyn, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., Lambe's Buildings, Temple 

{Two copies) 
Rev. E. J. Shepherd, M.A., Trosley Rectory, Maidstone {Two copies) 
E. Philip Shirley, Esq., Lower Eatington Park 
R. H. Shout, Esq., Upper Park Road, Haverstock Hill 
H. A, M. Waldo Sibthorp, Esq., Chester Square {Three copies) 
Messrs. Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court 
Rev. K H. Main waring Sladen, M. A., The Gore, Bournemouth {Seven copies) 
Rev. Walter Sneyd, MA., Keele Hall, Newcastle 
Rev. John H. Sperling, M.A., Westboume Rectory, Emsworth 
R. J. Spiers, Esq., F.S.A., Oxford {Two copies) 
Lady Steele-Graves, Mickleton Manor House 
Messrs. Stevens and Sons, Chancery Lane 
John Sykes, Esq., M.D., Doncaster 

James Thomson, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., Devonshire Street, Portland Place, 

{Two copies) 
W. Thorn, Esq., M.D., Harrow Road {Two copies) 
The Ven. the Archdeacon Trollope, M.A., F.S.A., Leasingham, Sleaford 
Charles Tucker, Esq., F.S.A., Heavitree, Exeter {Two copies) 
Rev. & Blois Turner, M.A., F.S.A., Halesworth, Suffolk 



vi LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. 

W. F. Vernon, Esq., Harefield Park, Uxbridge {Ttvo copies) 

Weston Stjleman Walford, Esq., F.S.A., Middle Temple {Seven copies) 

R. S. Warrington, Esq., Garrick Street 

Albert Way, Esq., M.A., F.S.A., the late (Three copies) 

CoL Gould R. Weston, Hunterston, Ayr (Two copies) 

John Whichcord, Esq., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., Queen Victoria Street 

Rev. R. Vernon Whitby, B.D., Lechlade {Two copies) 

Alfred White, Esq., F.S.A., West Drayton (Two copies) 

W. H. Whittemore, Esq., Boston, Massachusetts 

W. Winkley, Esq., Harrow 

C. J. W. Winter, Esq., Great Yarmouth 

William M. Wylie, Esq., M.A., F.S.A., Blackwater, Hampshire 

Joseph S. Wyon, Esq., Regent Street (Thoo copies) 

John Yarker, jun., Esq., Manchester (Two copies) 
R. F. Yarker, Esq., the late 



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PREFACE. 



In consequence of the decease of Mr. Papworth in July 1870, after a painful 
illness of several years' duration, it was found that this Work could not be 
completed according to the original scheme of publication, and the Subscrip- 
6on list was therefore finally closed. 

As, however, there was a general desire among the Subscribers that the 
Work should be completed, the continuation of it was entrusted to Mr. 
PapwoTth's relative and friend, Mr. Alfred W. Morant, whose qualifications 
for this undertaking were not tmknown to some of them. It may therefore 
be sufficient to mention here that his taste for such subjects had led him 
to take a friendly interest in this Work almost from its commencement, and 
to watch and further its progress; and he had, in the course of his own 
heraldic pursuits, arranged a large collection of foreign coats of arms on a 
similar plan, and compiled several other manuscripts on this and kindred 
subjects. 

It was at that time ascertained that at least three-fifths of the manuscript 
had been published in the 696 printed pages ; and the remaining two-fifths of 
it were left by Mr. Papworth sufficiently arranged for reference. Mr. 
Morant, besides the necessary and laborious technical revision of the press, 
from p. 696, has had to insert in their proper places the remainder of the 
coats contained in the several Rolls referred to under the letters A to Z, 
copies of which Mr. Papworth had prepared for the purpose : and also to 
arrange and enter nimierous additional coats collected in the course of many 
y^irs by Mr. Papworth. Mr. Morant has likewise added the coats of some 
new creations, together with a number of others from his own collections. 
The manuscript also required the necessary preparation for the press, and 
in parts some rewriting to adapt them to the author's final plan as carried 
out in type. This plan has been adhered to throughout the remainder of the 
Work, mainly through the kind assistance of Mr. Weston Styleman Walford, 
whose appreciation of it in the first instance is noticed in the Introduc- 
tion. He has kindly supplied many special details connected with the 
arrangement of the coats, and his willingness in affording advice has been 
extended to the Editor and to Mr. Wyatt Papworth, thus ensuring, it is 
haped^ the same degree of accuracy in their revision as was attained by the 
•athor. Only the revision of the type, and the matters connected with the 
pablication were undertaken by Mr, Wyatt Papworth. 

The unpublished portion contained very few references to the authority W 
(Whhie's additions to Glover's Ordinary, contained in a copy in the British 
i) ; an omission considered not important. 



Viii PREFACE. 



i 



It has been thought advisable to reprint Mr. Papworth's original Introduc- 
tion, with such alterations only as were deemed necessary, rather than to insert 
an elaborate essay by another hand. 

Many inquiries having been made whether an Index of Names was to be 
supplied, it may be well to record that Mr. Papworth had no such inten- 
tion. This Dictionary of Coats of Arms having been originally founded on the 
Encyclopaedia of Heraldry published by Sir Bernard Burke, which comprises 
a Dictionary of Armorials wherein the Names are given alphabetically foUmved 
hy the several coats of arms, the two works will doubtless be much used 
together, especially as the latter is to a great extent an Index to the former. 
The additional entries from the Rolls and other sources into this Dictionary, 
although numerous, hardly appeared to need an Index to themselves, many 
of the names being merely variations in the spelling of those to be found in 
the Encyclopaedia. 

The two Tables which will be found at pp. xvii and xix have been inserted 
in order to facilitate the use of the Work. 

A list of the Subscribers to the Work, under the final arrangement 
that was made for completing it, is appended, together with the number 
of copies which their payments entitled them to receive. As antici- 
pated in the scheme for continuing the publication, the balance then in hand, 
though somewhat increased under that arrangement, has been found insuf- 
ficient to defray the expenses. The sale of the remaining copies will pro- 
bably repay Mr. Wyatt Papworth the amount advanced by him for the pur- 
pose of completing the publication, and may, it is hoped, eventually yield some 
remimeration for the great labor and time expended by his late brother in the 
preparation of the manuscript, and in the collection of the materiaL The 
assistance, however, of the Subscribers in extending a knowledge of the Work 
is earnestly requested. 

Additional Title-Pages have been furnished for the convenience of those 
who may be desirous of binding the Work in two volumes. 

Mr. Wyatt Papworth has only to add his thanks to the Subscribers for 
their patience during the long, and at last fatal, illness of Ms brother, which 
tended so much to retard the progress of this publication; and for their 
support of the scheme proposed by him for the completion of the Work now 
happily achieved. 

33, Bloomabury Street, W.C., 
July 1874. 

\* It is requested that where the words "Pole, Devon,,** occur, they 
mav be altered to " Collinson, Somerset*' 



INTRODUCTION 



The object of this Work is to enable the generality of persons, though but 
sKglitly acquainted with heraldiy, to ascertain with facility the names of 
tlie families by whom any given coats of arms are, or have been, borne. For 
this purpose a very large number of coats have been for the first time arranged 
in alphabetical order, so that any of them may be readily found ; and the 
names of the respective families are attached. 

The Plan of the Work is simply this : the arms are blasoned {i.e., techni- 

caDy described), and are arranged in alphabetical order by the names of such of 

&€ respective charges as are first mentioned in the blason ; so that the inquirer 

has but to blason the coat, and the first charge that he names shows imder 

what title in this Dictionary the coat is to be sought. When there is no 

charge, the tincture of the field is to be considered as the charge, and such a 

coat will be found under the head of that metal, color, or fur. Again ; when 

there is no charge, if the field be party, the ordinary employed to designate 

the direction of the partition gives the place of a coat of this kind in the 

alphabet; thus, for example, per bend will be found under bend. In like 

manner, when there is no charge, coats that are barry, bendy, gyronny, paly, 

etc, will be found respectively imder bar, bend, gyron, pale, etc. Coats 

which are bUlety, erusily, or otherwise semy, follow a similar rule ; for if there 

be no other charge, those of which the field is semy are regarded as charges ; 

bat they are considered as 'paxta of the field when there is another charge.* 

In a few cases, the different modes of blasoning of which arms are capable 
may make it necessary to refer to more than one title. 

Some of the charges^ such as the ordinaries and others much in use, form 
heads so comprehensive, that several divisions and subdivisions became indis- 
pensable : there it will be seen that further alphabetical arrangements have 
been observed ; sometimes by the tinctures only, and sometimes by the charges 

« Thk, it win be obeerved, is confined to the field ; on the contrary, charges which are 

hSk^^ cnmOj^ eia, are regarded as surcharged. 

B 



X INTRODUCTION. 

also. This part of the Plan will be best learned by inspection ; for it is hardly 
possible to express it precisely in a few words. It may, however, be stated, 
that when the coat has only one charge, or charges of one kind, the second 
alphabet is by the tinctures; but in more complicated cases there is an 
alphabet of those charges or surcharges which fall under that part of any 
division or sitbdivision, which makes it to differ from a preceding one ; and as 
often as such a charge is a chief, quarter, canton, or base which is surcharged, 
there is a further alphabet of these surcharges ; and in every case there is 
finally an alphabetical arrangement of the coats by the tinctures. It will be 
observed that imder some subdivisions the coats appear to be not in alpha- 
betical order by their tinctures. It will, however, be found that they are 
arranged in groups according to some of the charges named in the blason ; 
and that each group has the coats in it alphabetically arranged by their 
tinctures. A new group begins as often as a variation either in kind or 
in number occurs in the charges. The apparent irregularity is due to the 
absence of headings to the several groups. All beasts, birds, fishes, flowers, 
fruits, eta, though specially named, come together in their respective places, 
just as if the proper headings, according to this Dictionary, had been 
inserted. As it is not easy without practice to supply those headings 
mentally, a coat may often be more readily found by looking at once for the 
tincture of the field ; for these subdivisions rarely contain many coats, and it 
does not in general take much time to run the eye over all the first named 
tinctures. 

It will be seen that of several objects constituting a charge or surcharge 
the first in the order of blason, and of a complicated charge or surcharge the 
most important portion, have respectively been taken for the alphabetical 
words. 

The usual marks of cadency, when employed merely as modem differences, 
are not to be regarded as charges or surcharges for any of the above purposes ; 
and the occasional difference, the hordure, is not to be relied on as a distinctive 
charge, except in the simpler coats : arms within one may often be found in 
this Work where they would have been if there had been no bordure. 
Charges over ail form no element of subdivision. 

For those who are moderately conversant with Heraldry the preceding 
explanation might suffice ; but to render tne Plan more intelligible to persons 
who are less skilled in the technical description of arms, and to assist the 
memory of others, such of the kules of blason as are applicable to the sub- 
ject are subjoined, with some remarks in further elucidation of the method 
observed in this Work. 

1. The tincture, if but one, of the field is first to be noticed. 

2. If the field be of more than one tincture, the partition is to be named 



INTRODUCTION. xi 

wiih any peculiarity, such as indemUed or the like, and then the tinctures ; as 
for example, party per pale indemUed arg, and gu. 

The word party is generally omitted in this Work, and only per fess, 

perpaie, etc., used in such cases. Instead otper cross the term quarterly, 

as being more commonly understood, has been employed ; and such coats 

without charges are to be found imder that head. When the arms in 

question consist of two or more coats marshalled quarterly, they are to 

be sought separately. The arrangement as to such arms as are harry, 

bendy, paly, etc., and also as to such as are semy as regards the field, has 

been explained above. 

3. Next comes the principal ordinary (not being a chief) or, if none, the 

central charge (if any) on the field, with any peculiarity and its tincture ; as 

arg. a chevron engraiied gu., or arg. a lion rampant gu. 

4 Then should follow any other charges on the field, between or within 
which such ordinary or other central charge is placed, as arg. a chevron hetw, 
three mullets az. 

These two rules have been carefully observed; although it is not 
unusual to say, for example, arg. between two cotices an anchor gu., in 
this Work the blason is arg. an anchor between two cotices gu. In like 
V manner a "bend coticed", is a "bend between two cotices". The other 
diminutives have been treated in the same way; and a "bar-gemeF 
is reckoned as "two bars". The word between is sometimes omitted, for 
brevity, in the blason of such coats as are referred to in rule 4, when 
the accompanying charges are of different kinds ; as for example, arg. a 
fess gu. in chief two mullets az. in base a fleur-de-lis vert. 

5. If the principal ordinary or other central charge be itself charged, then 
em is to precede it ; but the surcharge on it is not to be named till after the 
other charges (if any) on the field, between or within which such ordinary or 
other central charge is placed ; as arg. on a chevron between three mullets gu. an 
e$knUor. 

There are, however, some ill-devised complicated coats of modem 
date, which, to avoid obscurity, are generally blasoned by naming the 
surcharge immediately after the charge on which it is placed. There 
are also coats of earUer date, in which an ordinary is surmounted by 
another of the same kind ; these are sometimes blasoned, for example, 
thus : gu. a fess or 9wrm(ywnJted of another az. between three crescents arg. ; 
but they will here be found in accordance with the rule, as gu. on a fess 
or betw. three crescents arg. another fess az. Marks of cadency or the like 
used as differences will be presently mentioned. 

6. If there be no central charge, the charges on the field should be mentioned 
immediatdy after it, as they may be placed, regard being had to the rules 
irfdch toBxm ; as arg. three mullets gu. two and one. (pi in pale, in bend, in fess, 
ortlielike). 



XU INTRODUCTION. 

In describing the places that charges occupy, such terms as in chief, 
in base, between, and rvithin, frequently occur, and are used in the subdi- 
visions of the larger heads in this Dictionary. There are other terms 
hardly less common, such as in bend, in f ess, in pcUe, etc., indicating the 
relative positions of charges when there is no such ordinary in the coat ; 
but the arrangement of this Work does not in any way depend on them. 

7. Charges in chief and in base are to be named after those in the middle 
of the field ; and those in chief before those in base, but subject to the next 
rule. 

In general, a chief is not understood to be a charge in chief ; that 
ordinary being in the nature of an addition to the field. But for the 
purpose of the methodical distribution of the arms under the more 
important heads, it has been found convenient to use the term in chief 
in an extended sense, and to comprise under it, not only charges properly 
so designated from their position, but also a chief itself, whether sur- 
charged or not. It is essential to bear this in mind, and also that in 
base is used in its utmost latitude. 

8. A chief, quarter, or canton with its surcharges (if any) is to be named 
after the charges (if any) on other parts of the escucheon. 

9. All charges and surcharges inclosed within a bordure are to be named 
before it. 

When a bordure is the sole or primary charge, the coat will be found 
under that head in the Dictionary. 

10. A chief, quarter, or canton overlying a bordure must be named after ii. 

11. In like manner, any charge over the others, or as it is termed over all, 
must be mentioned after them. 

When one ordinary or other charge is on the field, and another over 
all, such arms are often to be found represented and blasoned differently ; 
so that it becomes uncertain which is the primary charge. This occurs 
occasionally even where a lion or other beast is debruised by a bar, a 
bend, or the lika It is therefore expedient, when there is a charge 
over all, and the coat cannot be found under what appears to be the 
primary charge, to turn to that which overlies it, as if that were on the 
field. In blasoning such coats the word surmounted should be avoided, 
as it may lead to a coat of this kind being mistaken for a surcharge on 
a charge only. 

12. The marks of cadency, when used as modem differences to distinguish 
younger sons and junior branches of families, and also the mark of a 
Baronetcy, are to be named last. 

From what has been said it will be evident, that to find any given coat 
the course is to observe the charge which is first named in blasoning it^ and 



INTRODUCTION. Xlii 

to turn to that title in the Dictionary.* K the charge be of a kind but rarely 
used as a primary one, it will form a head which is divided only according to 
the number of them borne in the various coats in which it so occurs ; and 
under these divisions such coats foUow in alphabetical order by their 
tinctures : so that if the coat be a simple one, consisting of any number of 
charges of that sort only, it is readily found. 

Should the first charge be one of more frequent occurrence, as for example 
mullets, then instead of the division only according to the number in diflferent 
coats, there will be found divisions according to the manner in which they 
are borne as primary charges with others accompanying them, following a 
meUiod of distributing the various coats under the larger heads, which is 
observed throughout this Work ; and suppose the coat in question to be, for 
eiample, gu. five anntUds arg. a canton erm., then imder the division *' five 
annulets and in chief (for a canton is always borne in chief), follow the class 
of coats to which this belongs, in alphabetical order by the names of the 
respective charges in chief. A reference to the Work itself will furnish 
numerous exstmples of such cases, and of others analogous to them. 

The principal ordinaries and other charges of most common occurrence 
fonn such comprehensive heads, that the divisions and subdivisions under each 
of them are numerous ; and it will facilitate the use of this Dictionary, if the 
Plan of it^ in this respect, be noticed with niore particularity, as it extends 
more or less to all the important charges. It is obvious that if a charge 
occupy the centre, or indeed any other part of the field, whatever charge or 
chaiges accompany it must, speaking generally, be either upon, above, or 
below, or on one or more sides of it, that is, in heraldic language on it, 
in chief, in base, or on the dexter or the sinister side ; or it will be between 
or within them ; or it may be within a bordure, orle, or tressure. The cases 
of the dexter and the sinister side, as well as some other possible ones, may be 
for the present purpose disregarded : the rest enter largely into the method 
of distributing the various coats. The head Pale, for example, may be made 
to show, as fully as any other, the scheme or method which has been devised ; 
and this may be most effectually done by bringing all the divisions and subdi- 
visions under the eye at once in a tabular form, premising only that, though 
^ they are chiefly derived from the various conditions in which a Pale, charged 
or not, or palets may stand in relation to other charges, the partition of the 
field in the direction of a pale or palewise has supplied the divisions 
Per Pale and PALY.f 

* Or to the more general title under which that charge \& comprised. 

t Tbe Pale was selected by the author for the purpose of exemplifying the scheme, and 
il \m been thought best to retain it, though the coats arranged under this head in the Work 
lare not required all the subdivisiona here mentioned. 



XIV INTRODUCTION. 

PALE 

PER PALE 
1 PALE 

and in chief 

and in base 

between or within 

and in chief 

and in base 

ON 1 PALE 

and in chief 

and in base 

between or within 

and in chief 

and in base 

PALETS / ^^^^ ^^'^ divided according to the nuTiiber, with in each 
I case subdivisions as above, 

PALY 

Under each of the above divisions and subdivisions follow the arms 
answering to it in alphabetical order by the charges and the tinctures, or if no 
charge, according to the tinctures only. The mode in which this has been 
accomplished will be best understood from an inspection of some of the 
examples given under the head Pale, or under the more comprehensive heads, 
Ben!d, Chevron, and Fess. More, indeed, will be learned by running the eye 
over the several subordinate headings under those heads than could be com- 
mimicated by any description. It must be remembered that in chief compre- 
hends every charge there, even a chief itself. Per pale and paly are not 
subdivided ; for, as has been explained, when there are charges on such fields, 
these coats do not come under the head pale, but under those respectively of 
the several primary charges. A hordure does not form a distinctive charge in 
the above arrangement, except where the word within occurs : some coats con- 
sisting of a primary charge and one in chief (or in base) within a bordure are 
placed under between or within and in chief (or in base, if such is the case). It 
will be observed that over all forms no subdivision ; the consequence of which 
is, that though a coat with a pale (for example) only on the field may become 
comparatively complex by reason of a charge over all being itself charged ; 
still it is to be sought imder a pale, and so in analogous cases. Paly 
and also barry, bendy, etc., are not confined to even nimibers of the pieces, 
because in early heraldry coats occur, intended for the same, which have the 
number sometimes even and sometimes odd. As one of the consequences of 
the diminutives of the principal ordinaries not being distinguishable inter se 
in early coats, under Bend coiiccs will be found as bendlets. 



INTRODUCTION. XV 

In general, the terms of the blason point out very clearly under what divi- 
sion or subdivision a coat is to be sought ; but occasionally this is more readily 
suggested by the coat itself or a sketch of it. Thus a pale hillety falls under 
ON A PALE, since "billety" is " charged with biUets exceeding ten." Again, a 
pale and three charges, say for example mullets, whether two and one (the 
arrangement when nothing more is said), or in chie^ in bend, in fess, or in 
base, come under on a pale between ; for one of the mullets is on the pale, 
and that is between the two others. The same remark is applicable to such a 
coat as per fess gu, and or a paie counterchanged and three eagles displayed of 
&e last. The pile would have furnished examples similar to those furnished 
by the pale. Should the unskilled inquirer hesitate by reason of the omission 
of the word betv^een in such coats as arg, afessgu. in chief two mvllets az, in 
hose a fleur-de-lis vert, a glance at the coat as tricked (i.e., sketched) will 
remove all difficulty. 

Those that have had but little experience in early heraldic examples, to 
say nothing of the more recent, know how difficult it often is to determine 
what species of beast, bird, fish, flower, fruit, monster, reptile, or tree, a charge 
was intended to represent. This has led to aU kinds being brought together 
under the respective titles of beast, bird, fish, flower, fruit, monster, 
reptile, and tree, and there distinguished by their several special names : so 
tbat different species may be sought for at most within a few pages, instead 
oi having to turn to several remote parts of the volume. Demi-animals come 
under the same head as the entire animals of the same kind, and have pre- 
cedence of them ; so that, for example, demi-lions come before lions. With 
the exception of demi-animals, aU parts of animals, including those of the 
HUMAK nouRE, wiU be found under their heraldic designations ; and a similar 
rule has been applied to all parts of vegetables. Heads comprise not only 
those of animals, but also those of inanimate objects, as, for example, spear- 
h^ids. Fleurs-de-lis (not being lilies proper or lis of the garden) are not 
ranked as flowers, but as fleurs-de-lis ; nor are cinquefoils, which, as also 
foils of all numbers, are to be sought under foils ; and in lieu of tre, quatre, 
cinque, etc., the figures, 3, 4, 5, etc., are used to distinguish the several kinds. 
Bezants, etc, are to be found under the general term roundle ; and several 
other chaiges which it seemed expedient to class under general heads are 
arranged under such heads. 

The inconveniences which would otherwise have arisen from such classifi- 
cations Bie, it is hoped, obviated to a great extent by the Table which is given 
St p. xix, showing under what general titles in the several alphabets the 
Tarions species of classified charges are to be sought, when this does not 
appear above, or by cross references in the Work itsel£ 



XVI INTRODUCTION. 

In early heraldry there are some charges of different kinds which have been 
often confounded and variously blasoned. Thus the distinction between the 
diminutives inter se, and sometimes between them and the principal ordinary 
itself, was not recognised ; as, for example, a bendlet and a cotice, and also a 
bendlet and a bend (as we now regard them), were often identical, there being 
no rule for the proportion of such charges. So roses and cinquefoils or quatre- 
foUs, lozenges and fusils, a fess indented and lozenges or fusils in fess, a fess 
indented and a fess engrailed, masculy and lozengy, vair and nebuly, and some 
others, have been mistaken for each other. Such causes of uncertainty in the 
charges give occasion to search being made for very early coats under different 
heads ; which is an inconvenience no classification could avoid. 

The author's idea of this Work was not altogether new : almost simul- 
taneously with his completion of his arrangement, but without any knowledge 
of the undertaking, W. S. Walford, Esq., F.S.A., advocated in the Archmh 
logical Journal^ the necessity for some publication of the kind* That 
gentleman's patient investigation of the Plan of the proposed Work led to so 
favorable an estimate of it, as to induce him to promote its appearance, not 
only in the usual manner, but also by giving valuable advice whenever the 
author had occasion to ask his assistance. 

4 

The author always deprecated a hasty opinion of the Work : for though, 
in an attempt so novel and so laborious, he could not expect to produce one 
that was faultless, he was convinced that by a careful examination of it, many, 
if not all, objections that may occur on a superficial view will be satisfactorily 
removed. 

♦ Remark* on Mediaeval Heraldry, with a view to an Ordinary of Arms, etc., 1848, 
vol. v, p. 9-17. 



XVll 



TABLE OF THE ALPHABETICAL TITLES 

under which the Arms are arrav/fed. 



A>CHOR ... 


PAOB. 
3 


Bone 


PAGE. 

340 


Churn . . . 


PAGE. 

590 


File 


PAoa. 
... 835 


AXGTiKS ... 


4 


Book 


340 


Clock 


591 


Fillet 


... 835 


A^TaiT.ET. . . 


4 


BORDURE 


341 


Cloud . . . 


591 


Fireball 


... 835 


Anvil ... 


7 


BOUGET ... 


346 


Comb 


591 


Fish 


... 835 


Abgent ... 


7 


Bow 


347 


Compasses 


591 


Flame 


... 843 


Arrow ... 


7 


Bowstring 


348 


Cone 


591 


Flaunch 


... 843 


ASTEOT.ARK 


10 


Bracket . . . 


348 


Coronet ... 


591 


Fleur-de- 




A.UGER . . . 


10 


Bridle . . . 


349 


Coulter . . . 


593 


lis 


... 846 


AAJC . . • 


10 


Broach ... 


349 


Crampet . . . 


593 


Flower . 


... 859 


Azure ... 


13 


Broom . . . 


349 


Crescent 


593 


Foil 


... 864 






Bubble ... 


349 


Chipping 




Fork 


... 876 


Balance... 


13 


Buckle ... 


349 


IRON . . . 


603 


Fountain 




Banker ... 


13 


BUTLDTNG 


350 


Cross 


603 


(water) 


877 


Bar 


14 


Bundle op 




Cup 


676 


Frame 


... 877 

* 


Barnacle 


56 


reeds ... 


352 


Cushion ... 


678 


Fret 


... 877 


Barrow ... 


56 


Burling 








Fruit 


.. 888 


Basket ... 


56 


IRON ... 


352 


Dibble . . . 


679 


Fusil 


... 890 


Battkrtng 




BU'ITRICES 


352 


Dice 


679 






RAM ... 


56 






DOVEHOUSE 


679 


Garb 


... 894 


Beacon ... 


57 


Cake of 








Gate 


.. 898 


Bead 


57 


COPPER 


352 


Ear 


679 


Glass 


.. 898 


Beast ... 


57 


Caltrap ... 


352 


Ermine ... 


679 


GrOUTTES . 


... 898 


Beehive ... 


180 


Candle- 




Escallop 


679 


Gules 


... 899 


Bell 


181 


stick ... 


352 


ESCAR- 




Gun 


.. 899 


BErj/)ws 


181 


Canton ... 


352 


BUNCLE 


684 


Gusset . 


.. 899 


Belt 


181 


Cap 


363 


ESCROLL ... 


685 


Gyron 


... 899 


Bend 


182 


Castle . . . 


364 


ESCUCHEON 


685 






Bn.LET . . . 


292 


Cave 


371 


ESTOILE ... 


694 


Hair 


... 901 


Bird 


294 


Chain ... 


371 


Eye 


699 


Hammer . 


.. 901 


Bit 


339 


Chair ... 


371 






Hand 


.. 901 


Blade ... 


339 


Chart . . . 


371 


Fan 


699 


Harp 


.. 908 


ftXXJK ... 


340 


Chequy ... 


371 


Fasces ... 


699 


Harrow . 


.. 908 


Board ... 


340 


Chessrook 


372 


Feather . . . 


699 


Head 


.. 908 


Bodkin ... 


340 


Chevron... 


372 


Ferris . . . 


699 


Heart 


.. 944 


Bolt 


340 


Chief . . . 


554 


Fess 


699 


Hempbreai 


c 947 

C 



XVIU 



TABLE OF THE AXPHABETICAX TITLES. 





PAOB. 




PAOB. 




PAa>. 




PAGE. 


Hill 


947 


Mullet 


. .. 989 


Eest 


...1045 


Tassel 


...nil 


Hook 


948 






Ribbon 


...1045 


Tkkth 


...nil 


Horn 


948 


Nail 


. .. UUO 


Rock 


...1045 


Tet.kscope 


...nil 


Horseshoe 


951 


Nest 


... 999 


Roll 


...1046 


Tent 


...nil 


Human 




Numeral 


999 


ROUNDLF 


;...1046 


THRF.STLE 


...nil 


figure 


952 






RUUDEB 


...1056 


Thundee- 








Oar 


... 999 






bolt 


...nil 


Icicle . . . 


955 


Or 


.. 999 


Sable 


...1056 


Tiara 


...nil 


Inkmoline 


955 


Ori.e 


... 999 


Saddle 


...1056 


Top 


...nil 


Insect . . . 


956 






Sail 


...1056 


Torch 


...nil 


Instru- 




Pack 


...1001 


Saltiee 


...1056 


Tower 


...nil 


ment ... 


957 


Pale 


...1001 


SCARPE 


...1088 


Tree 


...1112 






Pall 


...1019 


SCEFrKE 


...1088 

• 


Tressure 


...1119 


Key 


958 


Peel 


...1019 


Scythe 


...1088 


Triangle 


...1119 


Kiln 


959 


Pen 


...1019 


Shell 


...1088 


Trinity 


...1119 


Knife 


959 


Pheon 


...1019 


Ship 


...1088 


Trivkt 


...1119 


Knot 


959 


Pile 


..1021 


Shot 


...1093 


Tub and 








Pillar . 


..1031 


SHtFTTLE 


...1093 


Tun 


...1119 


Label ... 


960 


Pipe 


...1032 


Sling 


...1093 


Turnpike 


...1119 


Ladder ... 


960 


Pitcher 


...1032 


Spade 


...1093 


• 




TiAM? 


960 


Platter . 


..1032 


Speae 


...1098 


Van 


...1119 


Leaf 


960 


Plough . 


,..1032 


Spectacle 1095 


Vaie and 




liVPx 


962 


Point 


...1052 


Sphere 


...1095 


Vairy 


...1119 


Letter . . . 


965 


Pole 


..1082 


Spindle 


...1095 


Vert 


...1120 


Lock 


966 


PORTCULLISl032 


Spoon 


...1095 


Violin 


...1120 


Lozenge ... 


966 


Press 


...1033 


Spue 


...1096 






Lure 


973 


Purse 


...1083 


Square 


...1096 


Wedge 


...1121 










Squire 


...1096 


W H KP.T, 


...1121 


Mallet ... 


973 


Quarter 


...1033 


Staff 


...1096 


Whip 


...1122 


Mantle ... 


973 


Quarterly 1035 


Stilt 


...1099 


Whirlpool 1122 


Mascle ... 


973 


Quiver 


...1043 


Stieeup 


...1099 


Wing 


...1122 


Mast 


977 






Stone 


...1100 


Working 




Maunch . . . 


977 


Raft 


...1043 


SUGAE-LOAFllOO 


CARD 


...1124 


Mill 


979 


Rainbow. 


...1043 


Sun 


...1100 


Wreath 


...1124 


MiLLPICK. . . 


979 


Rake 


...1043 


SWOED 


...1101 






Mitre . . . 


979 


Ray 


...1043 






Yoke 


...1125 


Monster. . . 


979 


ReeIj 


...1043 


Tail 


...1110 






Mortar ... 


989 


Reptile 


...1043 


Taegei' 


...nil 


ZULKS 


...1125 



XIX 



TABLE OF CERTAIN OHABOES WHIOH ARE TO BE FOUND 

UNDER MORS GENERAL TITLES. 

This is supplemental to the cross references in the Work itself : it does not include the 
Charges which are shown hy those references to be comprised mider other Titles. 



Charges, 


TUles. 


Chargei. 


Titles. 


Acorn cnp . 


Cup 


Bezant 


. Boundle 


Adam or Naked 




Bible . 


. Book 


man 


Human Figure 


Big wheat 


. Fruit 


Addice 


Axe 


Birth fish 


. Fish 


African or Indian 


Human Figure 


Bishop 


. Human Figure 


Albanian bonnet . 


Gap 


Bittern 


. Bird (Heron) 


Alder or Elder- 




Blazing star 


. Estoile 


berry 


Fruit 


Blue-bottle 


. Flower 


Almond slip 


Tree 


Boat . 


. Ship 


Anchor 


Letter also 


Boat hook . 


. Hook 


Antelope(fieraZc{u;) 


Beast {Antelope) 


Bonfire 


. Beacon 


Apollo 


Human Figure 


Bonnet 


. Cap 


Archer 


Human Figure 


Bourdon 


. Staff 


Armillarj sphere . 


Sphere 


Bowl . 


. Cup and Platter 


Annonr 


Human Figure, 


Brambling . 


. Tree 




Head, Leg, etc. 


Branch 


. Tree 


Arrow head 


Pheon 


Brig . 


. Ship 


Ash . . . 


Tree 


Britannia 


. Human Figure 


Astrohibe . 


Sphere also 


Brize . 


. Insect (Oadjly) 






Broach 


Instrument 


Bacchus 


Human Figure 


Brogue 


. I^g ' 


Backgammon 




Broom (Plai 


it) . Tree 


table 


Board 


Brunsay or ( 


jadfly Insect 


B^ . . . 


Purse 


Bunch of 


grass 


Ba^ of madder 


Cushion 


and reeds 


. Tree 


Balm . 


Tree 


Bundle of a 


rrows Arrow 


Barberry branch . 


Tree 


c 


otton Knot and Pack 


Bark . . 


Ship 


BuntenorBu 


Luting Bird (Finch) 


Basilisk 


Monster 


Burdock 


, Leaf 


Basnet 


Head and Human 


Burden 


. Staff 




Figure 


Burgonet 


. Head (Human 


Baston 


Bend 




figure) 


Battle axe . 


Axe and Spear 






Baj . 


Tree 


Cannet 


. B\rd(DucJc) 


Beayer 


Beast (Beaver) 


Canton void 


ed . Square 


BeU (Hawk's) . 


BeU 


Carbuncle . 


. Escarbuncle 


Bdt . . . 


Belt and Ribbon 


Carnation 


. Flower 


Bend . 


Bibbon aIho 


Casque 


. Head 


Betony 


Leaf 


Cavalier 


. Human Figure 



'I 



XX 



TABLE OF CHARGES UNDER OTHER TITLES. 



Charges, 



TitUs. 



Charges, 



Titles, 



Cedar . 


Tree 


Digging-iron 


Spade 


Geutaur or Sairit- 




Dirk . 


Sword 


tarius 


Monster 


Dock leaf . 


Leaf 


Chabot or Chalbot 


Fish 


Doe . 


Beast (Beer) 


Chain shot . 


Shot 


Door . 


Building 


Chalice 


Candlestick & Cup 


Dove . 


Bird (Pigeon) 


Chapeau 


Cap 


Dove house 


Building also 


Chaplet 


Wreath 


Dung fork . 


Fork 


Charity 


Human Figure 


Dyke . 


Building 


Cherub 


Head and Human 








Figure 


Eagle . 


Bird 


Chess rook . 


Zules also 


Bar of rye . 


Fruit 


Cheyalier . 


Human Figure 


Ear of wheat 


Emit 


Cheyal trap 


Caltrap 


Eel spear . 


Spear 


China Cokar 


Tree 


Bffet, Eft . 


Reptile (Lizard) 


Chough 


Bird (Crow) 


Eight foil . 


Foil 


Church 


Building 


Elder berry 


Frait 


Cinquefoil . 


Foil 


Elephant 


Beast 


Civic crown 


Wreath 


Escucheon voided 


Orle 


Coat of mail 


Human Figure 






Cock and Hen . 


Bird (Cock) 


Fabulous animal . 


Monster 


Cold weU . 


Building 


Fasces 


Axe also 


Collar (Dog's) . 


Belt 


Fencock 


Bird (Heron) 


Compasses . 


Instrument also 


Fermail 


Buckle 


Coot . 


Bird (Coot) 


Ferral or Verule . 


Annulet and Orle 


Cormorant . 


Bird 


Ferris . 


Instrument also 


Com . 


Fruit ( Wheat) 


Figure or Numeral 


Letter 


Comet 


Horn 


Fire brand . 


Torch 


Cornish Chough . 


Bird (Crow) 


Firepan 


Beacon 


Cost or Cotise 


Bend 


Fish pot 


Wheel 


Cote . 


Building 


i^'laming bush 


Tree 


Cotton 


Tree 


i^'lax comb . 


Comb 


Cotton (bundle of) 


Pack 


Float, Mote 


Instrument 


Crawfish 


Fish (Crevices) 


Foine . 


Beast (FUch) 


Crequer plant 


Tree 


Forest . 


Tree 


Crevices 


Fish (Crawfish) 


Fountain 


BuUding and Well 


Creyke 


Bird (Raven) 




also 


Cronel or Coronel 


Head (Spear) 


Fox . . . 


Beast 


Cross . ... 


SaJtire also 


Frasier 


Flower 


Crossbow . 


Bow 


Fusil . 


Spindle also 


Crow . 


Bird 






Crown 


Coronet 


GraJtrap 


Caltrap 


Crowned heart . 


Heart 


Ganape 


Bird (Turkey Cock) 


Crutch 


Staff 


Ganapie 


Bird (Cormorant) 


Cubit arm • 


Hand 


Garlic 


Frait 


Culverin 


Gun 


Garter 


Belt and Bend 


Currier's shave . 


Instrument 


Garvin 


Fish 


Curry comb. 


Comb 


Gateway 


Building 


Cygnet 


Bird (Swan) 


Ged . 


Fish (Pike) 


Cypress sprig 


Tree 


Glazier's snippers 

. * 


Instrument 






cnpping 




Dagger 


Sword 


iron 


Instrument 


Danish Warrior . 


Human Figure 


Gletven or Trefoil 




Dart . 


Arrow and Spear 


grass 


Fon 


Decrescent . 


Crescent 


Gourd 


Frait 


Deer goat . 


Monster (Head) 


Grapes 


Fruit 


Die 


Dice 


Grass . 


Tree 



TABLE OF CHARGES UNDER OTHER TITLES. 



XXI 



Charges, 



Titles. 



Charges, 



Titles, 



Grazier or Spoke- 




Lamb (three- 




shave 


Instrument 


headed) . 


Monster 


Greave 


Leg 


Lampago or Man 




Grenade 


Fireball 


tiger 


Monster 


Grosiog iron 


Instrument 


Lancet or Fleam . 


Instrument 


Grove . 


Tree 


Leech . 


Reptile 


Guinea wheat 


Fruit 


Leg bone . 


Bone 


Gon stone . 


Roundle {Pellet) 


Link or firebrand 


Torch 


Gorges 


Whirlpool 


Lion poisson 


Monster 


Cbttees 


Gouttes 


Lizard 


Reptile 






Lobster's daws . 


Leg 


Hahergeon . 


Human Figure 


Long cross . 


Staff 


Hake . 


Fish {Bream) 






Halbert 


Axe, Blade, and 


Man in armour 


Human Figure 




Spear 


Mandrake . 


Tree 


Half spear . 


Artow and Spear 


Marlion, MerUon . 


Bird {Martlet) 


Hammer 


Mallet also 


Marten 


Beast {Fitch) 


Hank of silk 


Knot 


Matchlock . 


Gun 


Hank of bow- 




Merchant brig 


Ship 


strings • 


Knot 


Mew . 


Bird (Gt*ZO 


Hardest flj. 


Insect 


Mitus . 


Bird {Fheasant) 


Hat band . 


Belt 


Moor cock and 




Hawthorn . 


Tree 


hen • 


Bbd 


Head of arrow 




Morse . 


Beast {SeaX) and 


and dart 


Pheon 




Monster 


Head of spear or 




Mountain cat 


Beast {Cat) 


Cronel 


Head (Spear) 






Heathcock . 


Bird (Moorcock) 


Naked man . 


Human Figure 


Hedgehog fish 


Fish (Sea Urchin) 


Narcissus . 


Flower 


Heliot3X)pe . 


Flower 


Noah's Ark • 


Ship 


Hemphreak 


Instrument 


Numeral 


Letter also 


HiU and Hillock 


Bock also 






Hogshead . 


Tun 


OHve . 


Tree 


H0U7 branch and 




Orange 


Roundle 


bush 


Tree 


Organ pipe . 


Horn and Pipe 


Hook . 


Rake also 


Organ rest . 


Rest 


Hopbine 


Tree 


Oimoe . 


Beast {Lynx) 


Hop pole only . 


StaflT 






Hop pole and 




Pack saddle 


Saddle 


fmit 


Tree 


Palm branch 


Tree 


Hornet • • 


Insect 


Parchment . 


RoU 


Horseman 


Human Figure 


Partridge . 


Bird 


Hnlk . 


Ship 


Paschal Lamb 


Beast {Sheep) 


Hnrst . • • 


Trees 


Passion nails 


Nail 






Paviour's pickaxe 


Axe 


Ibex . 


Beast {Antelope) 


Penner and Ink- 




Implement . 


Instrument 


hom 


Book 


Infnla. 


Gap 


Pennonoel . 


Banner 


Inkhom and 


A 


Pepper pod 


Fruit 


penner • 


Book 


Peruke 


Head (Human 


Iron or digging- 






Figure) 


tpade 


Spade 


Pestle 


Mortar 






Pick . 


Mill pick 


Jaw bone . 


Bono 


Pick axe 


Axe 






Pike staff . 


Spear 


Knot of silk 


Knot 


Pillow . 


Cushion 






Pine cone . 


Fruit 



L 



xxu 



TABLE OF CHARGES UNDER OTHER TITLES. 



Charges'. 


Titles. 


Charges, 


TUles. 


Plasterer's ham- 




Starling 


Bird 


mer . 


Hammer 


Steel for strikmg 




Playing-top . 


Top 


fire . 


Ferris A Instrument 


Flamher's or sc^- 




Stem . 


Tree 


dering iron 


Instrument 


Stock . 


Tr«e 


Pole . 


Staff and Tree also 


Stock card . 


Working card 


Pole axe 


Axe and Spear 


Stone bill . 


Wedge 


Powet or Tadpole 


Reptile (Frog) 


Sugar cane. 


Tree 


Pruning hook 


Hook 


Sugar loaf . 


Cone also 


^^ 




Sunflower . 


Flower 


Quill or Trundle . 


Fusil and Shuttle 


Surgeon's fleam . 


Instrument 


Quill of Yam 


Fusil 


Sword fish (blade 








of) . 


Blade 


Bagged St^ff 


StAff 






Beedis . 


Bundle and Trees 


Tadpole 


ReptOe (Frog) 


Regalia 


Coronet 


Tassel or Teasel . 


Flower also, & Tree 


Remora 


Monster 


Tau . 


Cross and Letter 


Ribbon 


Bend also 


Temple 


Building 


Roele (or Rowel) 


Mullet 


Thatcher's hook . 


Comb, Hook, and 


Round well . 


Building 




Rake 






Thighbone . 


Bone 


Saint Giles and 




Thorn . 


Tree 


St. Golumb. . 


Human Figure 


TirretorShackbolt 


Lock 


Salix . 


Tree 


Tobacco plant 


Tree 


Salmon's spear . 


Spear 


Toison or Fleece . 


Beast (Sheep) 


Salt . 


Cup 


Trefoil leaf 


Leaf 


Saltorel 


Saltire and Cross 


Tressel 


Throstle 


Scroll . 


Escroll and Boll 


Trestle 


Threstle 


Scythe blade 


Blade 


Tricorporate Lion 


Monster 


Sea calf 


Beast (Seal) 


True-lover's knot 


Knot 


Sea crow 


Bird (CormoratU) 


Trundle 


Fusil & Instrument 


Sea dragon . 


Monster 


Trussel 


Threstle 


Sea gull 


Bird (Oull) 


Tuft of grass 


Tree 


Sea Uon 


Beast, also Monster 


Tuft of reeds 


Bundle and Tree 


Sea teal 


Bird (Duck) 


Turnip 


Flower 


Sea urchin . 


Fish 


Turnstile 


Reel 


Seal . 


Beast 






Shakefork . 


Fork 


Vane . 


Banner 


Shamrock . 


8-Foil 


Vannet 


Escallop 


Shankbone . 


Bone 


Verules 


Annulet and Orle 


Sheaf of arrows . 


Arrow 


Viures or Vivres 


Bar dancetty 


Sheep . 


Beast 






Sheldrake . 


Bird (Duck) 


Wallet 


Purse 


Shin bone . 


Bone 


VVastle cake 


Roundle 


Shrine 


Building 


Water leaf . 


Leaf 


Silkworm fly 


Insect 


Welke or Whelk . 


Fish 


Slaughter axe 


Axe 


Wharrow 


Fusil and Spindle 


Slay, Slea . 


Bundle 


Wig . . 


Head (Human 


Slip of leaves 


Tree 




Figure) 


Snaffle bit . 


Bit 


Windmill sail 


Sail 


Spade . 


Blade also 


Winepress. 


Press 


iron 


Blade and Cram- 


Winnowing bas- 






pette 


ket . 


Van 


Spiko . 


NaU 


Wood bill . 


Axe 


Spoonbill • 


Bird 


Wool comb 


Comb 


Stag . 


Beast (Deer) 


Wool pack & sack 


Pack 


Stag's horn 


Horn 


Wound 


Roundlo (Hurt) 



V 



THE AUTHORITIES TO WHICH REFERENCE IS MADE BY THE 
ITALIC CAPITALS IN THE BODY OF THIS WORK. 



A. Acre Roll, d^Ued a.b. 1192 (but ? later). Ashmolean MS. 1120; Harleian MS. 

6137. 

B. Roll, circa a.d. 1240-46. Printed by Nicolas, 8vo., London 1829, from 

MS. L, 14, in the College of Arms. 

C. Roll, circa a.d. 1256-66. Printed in Leland*B Collectanea, Svo., Oxford 

1707, ii, 610 ; Harl. MS. 6589. 

D. Roll, circa a.d. 1286. Harl. MS. 6137. 

E. Roll, circa a.d. 1277-87. Harl. MSS. 6137, and 6589. 

F. Roll, circa a.d. 1262-92. Harl. MS. 6137. 
O. Roll, circa a.d. 1296. Harl. MS. 6137. 
H, Falkirk Roll, a.d. 1298. Harl. MS. 6589. 

/. Roll, circa a.d. 1299. Harl. MSS. 6137, and 6589. 

J, Roll, circa a.d. 1300. HarL MSS. 6137, and 6589. 

K. Caerlayeroc Poem, a.d. 1301. Printed in Grose's Antiquarian Repertorj, 4to., 
London 1779, ii, 107-284, from Cotton MS. Caligula A, 18 ; and by Nicolas, 
4to., London 1828, from the same MS. and from another in the College of 
arms: Harl. MSS. 6137, and 6589. 

L. Dunstable Roll, a.d. 1308. Harl. MSS. 6137, and 6589. 

M. Roll, circa a.d. 1300-12. Harl. MS. 6589. 

N. Roll, circa a.d. 1308-14. Printed by Mores, 4to., Oxford 1749, from 

Queen's College (Oxford) MS. 158, and from Bodleian MS., Dods worth 145- 
5086; in Grose's Antiquarian Repertory, 4to., London 1780, iii, 86, from 
Borret*s MS. ; in Pal grave's Parliamentary Writs, fol., London 1827, i, 410 ; 
and by Nicolas, 8yo., London 1828, both from Cott. MS. Caligula A, 18: AshmoL 
MS., Wood F, 33 : Harl. MSS. 4033, 5803, 6137, and 6589 ; Lansdowne MS. 
855. 

0, BoroughbridgeRoll, a.d. 1322. Printed in Palgraye*s Parliamentary Writs, fol., 
London 1830, ii. Appendix 196, from Wynn's MS. Ashmol. MS. 831. 

P, Roll, q/)f«r A.D. 1338. Printed in Nichols's Collectanea Topographica, Svo., 

London 1834, ii, 320, from Grimaldi's MS. 

Q, Calais Bannerets, a.d. 1345-48. Printed by Mores, 4to., Oxford 1749, from West's 
MS. : Ashmol. MS. 1 1 20 : Cotton MS. Tiberius b 9 ; Harl. MSS. 6589 and 6595. 

K Calais Knights, a.d. 1348. Harl. MS. 6589. 

S, Roll, circa a.d. 1392-97. Printed by Willement, 4to., London 1834, from 

Newling's MS. 

T. Rouen Roll, a.d. 1418. Ashmol. MS. 1120: Harl. MS. 6137. 

U. Parliament Roll, a.d. 1512. Cole MS. 30 : another, a.d. 1515, printed by Wille- 
ment, fol, London 1829. 

F. Glover's Ordinary, Cotton MS. Tiberius D, 10 ; Harl. MSS. 1392, and 1459. 

W, Withie's additions, to the last-named, in Harl. MS. 1459. 

X Jenyn's Collection, Harl. M.S. 6589. 

Y, Jenyn's Ordinary, partly printed by Nicolas, 8vo., London 1829, from MS. in the 
College of Arms ; but of greater length in Harl. MS. 6589. 

Z. Sandford, Genealogical History, fol., London 1707 ; the numerals which follow this 
letter refer to the pages in that book. 

F*. Coats, incorrectly given in the printed Glover's Ordinary, which have been copied 
into books of reference and probably used as actual coats. 

All those coats for which no authorities are cited have been derived 
from heraldic works of repute, and trustworthy other sources. 



PAPWORTH'S 

ORDINARY OF BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



ACORV M6 Fruit. 

iADXB fM BeptUe. ALAHT mo BMit. 

ALCE Me Xoniter. 

ATJiKRTOH ate Bird. 

AHCHOB 

(inelndixig Orappliag-iron) ; 

palevise tmless otherwise described. 

Arg. an tncbor az. sarmoanted by a maunch sa. 
ebirged with three crosses patty of the field. 

COLNTB, 

Arg. to anchor without a stock ppr. eoTironed 
on the eeotre with the letter C or. Clement's 

Aig. to anchor sa. Skipton. 

Ai. tn tnehor arg. Op-feb, Scotland, W. 

Az. aa tnehor or. Febe, Scotland, W, Fbro. 

Bmr of six arg. and az. over all an anchor with 

two ctblea fixed to the ring noded and pendent 

or. Allesi, London. 
Gu. to tnehor arg. the ring or. Zacbert. 
Go. tn anchor arg. the stock or. Goadefboy. 

Gooobeed, Hibstan, co. York. Goodsood. 
Ga. tn tnehor or. Fair, Scotland. 
Or an tnehor az. Dutonoe. 
Or tn tnehor gu. Fairholm, Craige Hall, Scot- 
land. 
Or tn toebor go. quarterly with arg. a boar's head 

ensed sa. all within a bordore az. Fairholm, 

Grt^hiSi^ recorded 1757. 
Or tn anchor sa. Gbappelt., London, Her. 

Of M8S, Vincent, No, 154. Chappell, Lon- 

ioo. r. 
Or tn anchor sa. charged with a fleur-de-lis arg. 

fordiff. Chappell. 
P^ fesft or and arg. an anchor sa. Harrison, 

London, 
^en in anchor az. (but ? arg. or ppr.) Letexps. 

1 AHCHOB and in ehiaf . . . . 
GUflf 
At|. is anchor az. a chief gu. Mat, Ireland. 
«aOklaf — OoroMt 

Az. t cabled anchor supported by a lion ramp, or 
oa a ehief wavy enn. an eastern crown of the 
Kcond betw. two lions' heads erased sa. 
Bkbaidiok, London. 
....XfOtUopf 
Ai|. la asehor sa. on a chief wavy gu. three es- 
*iUopt of the first. Jaspbb, London. 



1 ANOHOB and in chief. . . ,cont. 

on a Chief. . . .Flowers 
Gu. an anchor arg. on a chief or three roHes of the 

first. Dr. Gibson, Hatton Garden, London, 17 16. 

Mager or Major, Southampton ; and the Isle 

of Wight, Her. Off. Hants, c. 28. Mayor, Rugby. 
Gu. an anchor or on a chief of the second three 

roses of the field. Mater ur Mator, Island of 

Jersey, granted temp. Henry VII. 
.... Head 
Or an anchor sa. on a chief crenelly gn. a leo- 
pard's head betw. two estoiles arg. Tivitoe, 

London^ granted 18 March, 1701. 
....Botmdles 
Gu. an anchor or on a chief of the last three tor- 

teaux. Hetsham, London ; and Stagenhoe 

Park. CO. Herts. 
XuUet 
Az. an anchor arg. in chief a mullet of six points 

betw. two crescents or. Ferrie, Glasgow. 

1 ANCHOB betw. or within. . . . 
Anchors 
An anchor betw. two smaller ones within the beam 
and fluke. Nayt Office seaL 
Beasts 
Or an anchor sa. between two lions pass. gu. 

Delme. Lord Mayor of London, 1724. 
Or an anchor fesswise (but ? in fess) sa. betw. two 
lions pass. gu. Owen. 
Birds 
Gu. an anchor betw. three martlets or. Cairns. 

Escallops 
Az. an anchor betw. three escallops arg. Green 
or Greene, Ireland. 
Fishes 
Arg. an anchor betw. two dolphins haurient re- 
specting each other ppr. Colston, Colston 
Hall, CO. Lincoln; Filkins Hall, co. Oxford ; and 
Roundway Park, co. Wilts. Coulson, CotUng- 
ham Castle. 
Or an anchor betw. three fishes naiant az. 
Haboood. 
Xolleto 
Arg. in a sea in base ppr. an anchor az. betw. two 
mullets in fess of the last. Barsane, Edinburgh. 
Arg. an anchor az. placed in the sea ppr. betw. 
two miUIets of the second all within a bordure 
arg. (but ? of the second). Barton, Edinburgh. 
Go. an anchor or betw. two mullets in fess arg. 
Faib. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



1 AHOHOB betw. or within .... cont. 
Sword and Flower 
Arg. an anchor az. ringed or over all a fetterlock 
containing on the dexter a sword erect of the 
second hilt and pomel gold on the sinister a 
rose gu. Town of BEWT)LEy, co. Worcester. 

1 AHCHOB betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 
on a Chief 

Erm. an anchor az. betw. three escallops gu. on 
a chief wavy of the second a naval coronet or. 
Pabker, Harbum, co. "Warwick, bart. 

Az. an anchor or encircled with an oak wreath 
vert betw. three mullets pierced gold on a 
chief paly of seven of the last and gu. a mural 
crown arg. Dickson, Hardingbam Hall, Nor- 
folk, Bart 

2 AN0H0B8 

Two anchors in saltire with the cables interlaced. 
ViCTtJALLiNo Office seal. 

S AHCH0B8 between. . . . 
Arg. two grappling-irons in saltire sa. betw. four 
pears gu. Stoford, Stoford, co. Devon. 

8 AN0H0B8 

An anchor with another smaller on each side 
within the beam and fluke. Navt Office seal. 
Or three anchors sa. Marchakt, co. Devon. 

8 AHCH0B8 and in ohief . . . . 
Arg. three anchors sa. a chief az. Lovegboye. 

8 AHCHOBS betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
Arg. three anchors sa. in pale betw. two palets 
vert a chief gu. Darwell. 

ANGEL see Hnman-fignre. 

ANGLES 

(sometimes called Chevrons-conped, or Crosses- 

conped, bnt probably instrnments made of 

metal; see Glover.) 

Arg. three pairs of angles interlaced fesswise at 

each end an annulet az. Wastley. 
Arg. three pairs of angles interlaced pale wise with 
a ring at each end gu. Wastlay, V. 

ANNTTLET 
(inolnding Gem-ring) : 
see Esearbnnole, Orle, Whirlpool, and Wreath. 
Beforence for coats, in which the annulet is a 
common difference, must be made to the 
charges which it accompanies. 
Arg. an annulet sa. Pyx, Sidford, oo. Devon. 
Az. an annulet ensigned with a cross patty and 
interlaced with a saltire couped and conjoined 
at base or. Borough of Southwark. 
Cheqny az. and or an annulet gu. Prothebo. 
Gyronny of eight arg. and gu. an annulet counter- 
changed. Letch. 
Gyronny of eight gu. and or. an annulet counter- 

changed. Lonsdale. 
Gyronny of eight sa and arg. an annulet counter- 
changed. DooLAN, Ireland. 
Or. fretty gu. in the middjd an annulet interlaced 

az. John Mell, Godsall, oo. Stafford, V. 
Per cbev. gu. and aiig. jj, j,^,e an annulet of the 
first LAifAworLiif4j^ r/arlMSAAbS. Lamon, 
Laxam, LYMONf or X,j^ * ^ 

1 ANWirLST ^' chief.... 

Sa. ao annniet eayirof^,^^ prosier the foot en- 



1 ANNULET and in base. .. . 

Arg. in chief a gem -ring gu. out of a mount in 
base three trefoils vert. Dobrien, Haresfoot, 
CO. Herts. 

1 ANNULET betw. or within. . . • 
Bordnre 

Gu. an annulet or within a bordnre engr. sa. 
Blamkensop, Cumberland. 
Compasses 
Arg. an annulet betw. the legs of a pair of com- 
passes sa. Hadley, V, 
Escallops 
Arg. an annulet betw. three escallops g^. Tubney, 
CO. Dorset. 

Flenrs-de-lis 
Arg. an annulet suspending two buckets saltire- 
wise sa. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. Banistbb. 
Flowers 
Gu. an annulet or betw. three roses arg. Siplimo. 
CO. York. 
Harrows 
Erminois an annulet interlacing three trian- 
gular harrows conjoined in the fess point.... 
Kedmayn, CO. York. 
Loienges 
Az. an annulet betw. three lozenges arg. Hole. 
Az. an annulet arg. betw. three lozenges or. Hole, 
Ebberly House, near Great Torrington, co. 
Devon, quartering gu. two bars or. 

1 ANNULET betw. or within. . . . 

and in ehief . . . . 

Az. an annulet environing a barrulet betw. two bars 

and in chief a cross patty fitchy or. Holte, V. 

8 ANNULETS 

Arg. semy of 3-foils ppr. two annulets braced in 

the nombril point sa. Eaton. Eton. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the second and third 

quarters an annulet gold over all a bend sa. 

Boroillon. 
Quarterly vert and arg. in the second and third 

quarters an annulet gu. Bbecroft, Bishop 

Wearmouth, co. Durham. 

2 ANNULETS and in chief. . • . 
on a Canton 

Arg. two annulets and a canton az. Bbember, 

London. 

onaChief 
Erm. two rings interlaced sa. on a chief of the last 

three crosses formy ar. Wychinoham, Norfolk. 
Erm. two annulets Unked together sa. on a 

chief of the second three crosses patty arg. 

WlTCHINOHAM. 

2 ANNULETS betw. or within. . . . 
Crosses 

Arg. two annulets linked together gu. betw. three 
crosses formy sa. Thobnhaoh, co. Notting- 
ham, confit^ied 4 Feb. 1582. 
3-Foils 

Arg. two annulets conjunct sa. within an orle of 
S-foils slipped vert. John Eton, V. 

8 ANNULETS 

Arg. three annulets az. Richabds or Rycbebb, 
Kent; and Swannington, Norfolk. Ricbers, 
Norfolk. Riches, V. Rithebs, Wrotbam, 
Kent. 

Arg. three annulets gu. Hibton (that Ilk). 

ROSSETEB or ROSTEB. 

Arg. three annulets each enclosing a 5-foil gn. a 
mallet for diff. Sir Pont Red, V. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



8 AVHTTLET8.... conl. 

Arg. three annulets sa. Bisux, TT. 

Arg. three annnlets rert. Habobhill, Harl. MS, 
1458. Habgonell. 

Az, three annnlets org. Ant^tt, F. Aylst. 

Az. three annulets or. Ani£Tt. Btsett. John 
de PzcHAM, A. 

Barry of six arg. and az. in chief three annu- 
lets of the last. Cramiinoton, co. York. 

Barrj of six arg. and az. in chief three annulets sa. 
Ceimlisoton, V. Cbamlinotoh, Westmoreland. 

CK0XLU8GT05, F*. 

Barry of six arg. and sa. three annulets or. 

Seamaiucb. 
Btrrj of six arg. and sa. in chief three annulets 

of the second. Cookes, F*. Tylleck. 
Biny of eight eim. and az. over all three annulets 

or. Hauoes, Cruckton, and Tong Castle, oo. 

Salop. 
Btfiy of ten az. and erm. three annulets or. 

Haibis, Cork ; and Park's Grove, co. Kilkenny, 

1685. 
Barry of ten erm. and az. three annulets or. 

Hiitis. 
Erm. three annulets gu. two and one. Besills. 
£nL three annulets interlaced in triangle gu. 

Masdebe, F. 
Ena. three annulets one within the other gu. 

^ John Fttton, F., his da^^hter m. Holward. 
Go. three annulets arg. Michblston. 
Gu. three gem -rings az. (? arg.) Michilston. 
Gi.threegem-ring8 arg. stoned az. Mtchil8Tan,F. 
6a. three annulets each inclosing a 5-foil or. Sr. . 

DiBCCKB or Daxeke, F. 
Go. three annulets or stoned az. Eolinton, Eg- 

linton, Scotland, quartered by Montgomery. 
Go. three gem-rings or stoned of the first. 

Htchblstan, W. Mtcbilstan, F». 
Go. three annulets engr. or. Eyebabd, Hark- 
down, Soffolk. 
Or three annulets gu. Hcttom (that Ilk). 
Per bend az. and arg. three annulets counter- 

chaoged. Whistlefobo. 
Per benid sinister wavy arg. and az. three annulets 

eoQBierehanged. Pollabdby. 
Per ehev. arg. and gu. in chief three annulets of 
'the last. Latxan. 
Per ehev. gu. and arg. three annulets counter- 

efaanged. Layman. Schioke. HarL MS. 1458. 

ScBTKE. SxiKE, Suffolk. 
Per ehev. gu. and or three gem-rings counter- 

changed. William Obace, F. 
Per ehev. indented gu. and sa. three annulets arg. 

Wbekes, Surrey. 
Per ehev. gu. and sa. three annulets or. Weeks. 
Per chief indented arg. and gu. three annulets 

eoiratercbanged. Axebvue. 
Per teas dancetty (or indented) arg. and gu. 

thne annulets counterchanged. Sir Thomas 

Akbbvtll, Norfolk, F. Axvill, F*. 

Moxoodbbe or Noboedene, F. 
Per fieaa az. and arg. three annulets counter- 
changed. Whiseltobd, HarU MS. 1458. 
Per Cbm dancetty az. and arg. three annulets 

eeanterehanged. Aubbbyil, Suffolk. 
Per ttu az. and or. three annulets counter- 
changed. Wbistbuobd. 
Per fen indented gu. and arg. three annulets coun- 

terehaaged. Moncktob, Monoton, Momodenb, 

or M osxTOB, oo. Yoric Momdboon, HarU MS. 

use. 

P« bm or and az. three annulets coonter- 
ttknged. Omsmjb, oo. Worcester. 



8 AinniLETS.... cont. 

Per fess or and gu. three annulets counter- 
changed. Cbiell. 

Per saltire az. and gu. over all three annulets or 
two and one. Amhelet, F. 

Sa. three annulets arg. Jawdbell. Michelstan, 

MiCHELSTANE, Or MiCHELSTON. 

Sa. three annulets or. Michelstone. 

8 AKHTFLETS andin ohief.... 
Beast 
.... three annulets and in chief a greyhound 

courant gu. Rhodes. 
Canton 
Arg. three annulets and a canton az. Bbambud. 

Bbembeb, London. 
Arg. three annulets az. a canton of the last thereon 

a mullet of the field for diff. Sir Nicholas 

Bbambull, or Bbembeb, F*. 
Arg. three annulets sa. a canton of the last thereon 

a mullet of the field for diff. Bbembeb, Lord 

Mayor of London, 1377, 1388, 1384, and 

1385. 
Az. three annulets arg. a canton of the last thereon 

a mullet gu. for diff. Bbembeb, London. 
Chief 
Qu. three annulets and a chief arg. with (for 

augmentation) a canton or charged with the 

rose of England. Aylet, Howells, Essex. 
Per saltire gu. and az. three annulets or two and 

one a chief of the last. Blanson. 

onaChief....BMit 
Az. three annulets or on a chief arg. a greyhound 

courant gu. collared of the second. Rhodes, 

Little Eden. Hodes. 
.... Fret 
Per saltire az. and gu. three annulets or on a 

chief arg. a fret sa. Blanson, F*. 
Per saltire gu. and az. in the first three annulets 

or on a chief arg. a f^t sa. Blanson, F. 
....Fretty 
Per pale gu. and az. three annulets or two and 

one a chief of the second fretty sa. Blandson. 
Per saldre az. and gu. over all three annulets or 

a chief of the last fretty vert. Blanson, HarL 

MS. 1458. 
Per saltire gu. and az. over all three annulets or 

a chief of the last fretty sa. Blanson, F. 
Sa. three annulets arg. a chief of the last fretty 

of the field. Helton, co. York. 
Sa. three annulets or a chief of the last fretty of 

the field. Helton. 
Quarter 
Arg. three annulets az. a quarter of the last 

thereon a mullet of the field for diff. Sir 

Nicholas Bbambull, or Bbembeb, F. 
Saltiret 
Sa. three annulets or in chief two saltires arg. 

John Helton, co. Westmoreland, X. 

8 AHHULETS hetw. or within. . . . 
Borduro 
Arg. three annulets within a bordure gu. Besills. 
CO. York. 
Covifos 
Arg. three annulets in bend betw. two cotises sa. 
within a bordure engr. gcu Selwynb. 
6^oila 
Arg. three annulets within an orle of d-foils sa. 

Walkeb, Mansfield, co. Nottingham. 
Per ehev. arg. and az. three annulets within an 
orle of 5-foils all counterchanged. Walkeb, 
Eastwood, CO. Nottingham. 



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8 ANNULETS betw. or within. . . .cont. 
Heads 

Az. three anDnlets in fess arg. betw. as many 
ball's heads erased of the last attired or. Bull, 
CO. York ; Hockwold, Norfolk ; London ; brass 
to Josias Ball, ob. 1621, in the charch at 
Satton Coldfield, co. Warwick. 

8 AHNTJLETS betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 
Sa. three annalets in pale betw. two palets or a 
chief arg. Mant. 

On 8 AHHULETS 

Sa. three annulets arg. each charged with seven 
torteaax. DicwanDjT*. DicwAED,r. Diewand. 

4 AHirULETS 

Arg. three annulets two and one conjoined to a 

fourth in the centre by a fillet sa. BEBLiNaER. 
Erm. four annulets .... Cantwell. 
Gyronny of eight az. and arg. four annulets or. 

Anlett, Harl. MS. 1458. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. four annalets of the 

first. Ambett. 
Per saltire az. and gn. four annulets or. Aklett^F* . 
Per saltire az. and gu. four annulets in cross or 

fretty sa. Blunson. 
Per saltire gn. and az. four annulets in cross arg. 

Anlet, CO. York. 
Per saltire gu. and az. four annulets or. Anneles. 
Per saltire gu. and az. four auDulets in cross or. 

Anlet, temp. Edward IV, V. Anlett. 
Quarterly per fess indented arg. and gu. four 

annalets counterchanged. Bbackinoton. 

4 AHlfTrLETS and in chief. . . . 
Per saltire gu. and az. four annulets or on a chief 
of the second a fret vert. Blanson. 

A AinnrLETs 

Arg. five annulets one within the other az. 
Gorges, F. 

Arg. five annulets conjunct az. Gouges. 

Arg. five aonulets one within the other az. alter- 
nately oppressing a cross engr. sa. Robert 
GiFFORD, Harl, MS. 6137. 

Arg. five annulets one within the other gu. 
Chellery, V. 

Az. five annulets one within the other arg. Rauf 
de Gorges, E. 

Erm. five annulets in chev. gu. Wardman, London. 

Gu. five annulets or two two and one. Skiponn. 

Or five annulets one within the other vert em- 
bracing and depressed by a cross engr. gu. 
Robert Gyffard, A. 

6 ANNULETS and in ohief . . . . 
Gu. five annulets and a canton erm. Cantwell, 

Ireland. 
Gu. five annulets or a canton erm. Whitte. 
Gu. five annulets or two two and one a canton erm. 

Cantwell, Ireland, V. Rayling Whitte, V. 

6 ANNULETS 

Arg. six annulets gu. Ayenell, oo. Gloucester. 

Sir John de Plessis, B. De Plessis, Y. John 

Plessis, y. 
Arg. six annulets gu. two two (Ui^ ^^o* ^^ Hughe 

Pl&cis or Plessy, V, 
Arg. six annulets gn. thf^^ ^wo and one. Avery, 

Haddon, co. Derby, ^rF^ovKD, Lowther, 

Ireland. Plasses, qq ^fotd, Harl. MS. 1468. 

Playc'e, CO. Oxford; ' ^^y^. Salop. Plecy or 

Plessbtis, Earl of^^tj %^ck. Plbssey or 

PLBB3J8, CO. Oxfof^ \a^\,b de Plessis, E. 

Sire Hugne de Px^^^* ^S^ 



6 ANNULETS. . . .cont. 

Arg. six annulets gu. three and three. Plecy, 8. 
Arg. six annulets sa. Langthobne. Henry Luzer 

(? Luther). Y. 
Arg. six annulets sa. three two and one. Bexwell. 

Lanthon, Harl. MS. 1458. Lowdbs, of the 

North. Manvers, W, 
Az. six annulets arg. three two and one. Ronton. 
Az. six annulets or. De Musgrave, Y, Thomas 

MUSORAVE, Y. 

Az. six annulets or two two and two. Sir Thomas 

Musgrave, V. 
Az. six annulets or three two and one. Sir John 

Folyott, Kent, V. Musgrave, Hay ton Castle, 

Cumberland; andBamsley Park, co. Gloucester, 

Bart. Musgrave, Edenhall, Cumberland, Bart. 

Musgrave, Norton Conyers, co. York, created 

Bart. 20 Oct. IfiaS. Musgrave, Myrtle Grove, 

CO. Cork; and Tourin Cappoquin, co. Water 

ford, Bart. Musgrave, Musgrave Hall, Penrith 

and Clea, Cumberland; Ashby, Ashby Mus 

grave, and Hartley Castle, Westmoreland 

Westminster, 1710. Thomas Musgrave, S 

Pecham. Petham. 
Gn. six annulets arg. Avenell, Netherhaddon, 

CO. Derby; the co-heiress, temp. John m. Vernon 

and Bassett. 
Gu. six annulets in pale arg. Cardoyll, HarL 

MS. 1458. 
Gu. six annulets arg. two two and two. Sir Raufe 

de Eardoill, V. Kardoyle. 
Gu. six annulets arg. three two and one. 

Cantwell. Kardaile or Kardoyle. Newport. 
Gu. six annulets or. Sir John de Crombwell, M. 

Sir John Cromwell, L John Cromwel^ Y. 

Sire Johan de Cromwelle, N. Musgrave. 

Newport. John de Vepount, P. Vipont 

or ViPouNT. John deViP0UNT,B. Sir Nicolas 

Vipount, I. 
Gu. six annulets or a label az. Sir John de 

Vepount, M. 
Gu. six annulets or two two and two. Sir Robert de 

Vipount, co. York, V, (three two and one, W.) 
Gu. six annulets or three two and one. CantwelIm 

Cromwell, Cambridge. Vipont, Westminster, 

1716 ; and co. York. Vypoint. 
Gu. six annulets conjoined in pairs or two add 

one. Clench. 
Gu. six annulets embraced or two two and two. 

Bracer. 
Gyronny of six az. and arg. on each an annulet 

counterchanged. Mearns. 
Or six annulets az. three two and one. Lonores. 

Lonsdale, in S. Sepulchre's church, London. 
Or six annulets gu. Cromwell. Newport. John 

Vepont, Westmoreland, Y. Sire Nicholas de 

Vepound, N. Sir Nicol Vepount, M. Vipoint. 

De ViPoiNTB, Y. Sir Nicolas Vipount, J. 
Or six annulets gu. two two and two. Sir Roger 

Cromwell, F. Lowder. Sir Henry Lowdeb, F. 
Or six annulets gu. three two and one. Vipont ; 

and with a label az. Sir John de Vipont, L. 
Or six annulets sa. Loucheb, Y. Hugh de 

Lowther, Y, 
Or six annulets sa. two two and two. Olound or 

OuLOND, V. Sir Hugh Olouner, V. Ouland. 
Or six annulets sa. three two and dne. Lanoton. 

Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale. Lowthbb, Swil- 

lington, CO. York, Bart. Lowther, Pontefract; 

Mask, CO. York; Cockermouth, Cumberland. 
Per bend sinister wavy or and az. six annulets 

counterchanged. Sir John Pollu ( 7 Pollews ) , 

CO. Devon., Harl MS, 2021, fo. 17 b. 



BBITISH ABMOBIALS. 



6 Arain<XT8. • . ,cont. 

Per saltire and per fess arg. and gn. six an- 
nulets eonnterdianged one two two and one. 

TiDDEMAK. 

Qurtnlj or and go. three annulets arg. in 
each of the second and third quarters over 
all a bend sa. Bobodlion, Buboonyon, or 

BUSOUUOK. 

St. six annulets braced palewise in pairs arg. two 
and one. Ahdebtok, Anderton, co. Lancaster. 
HarL MS. 1459, fo. 4. 

Sa. siz annulets or. John de Lebke, Y. Be 

St. six annulets or two two and two. Lodeb. 
LoTHEK. LouBEBs, Scotland, HaW. MS,, 1458. 
LowTHBB, Northumberland. Sir Hugh de 

LOWTHEB, V. 

Sa. six annulets or three two and one. Latham. 
LscK. 

6 AHVULETS and in Chief 

Canton 
Go. »x aoDulets or a canton erm. Cantwell, 
Ireland, V, Cauktwell, Ireland. 
Chiaf 
Aif. six annulets gn. a chief chequy sa. and or 
PtBCT or Plesstis, Upwinbome-Plecy, co. 
Donet, temp. Edward I. 
Go. six annulets or coi^joined^in pairs two and 
one a chief of the second. Clench, Harksted, 
Saffolk. 
Go. six annulets interlaced palewise in pairs and 
a chief or. Clench, F*. 
•aaChiaf 
Or six annulets sa. three two and one on a chief 
vr^. three mullets of the second. Ellington. 

6 AHVULETB betw. or within. . • . 
Bordora 
krg. aix annulets sa. within a bordure engr. gn. 

BtxwELL, Harl. MS. 1458. Boxwell. 
Arg. tix annulets sa. three two and one within a 

berdure engr. gu. Bexwell, V. Beywell, F. 
On. six annulets or within a bordure engr. arg. 

Thomas BLDfESKsop, Helbecke, Y. Cboicwell. 
Go. six annulets or three two and one within a 

bordure eogr. ar. Blankensop or Blenkensop, 

Cumberland. Blinkensopp. Helebese. 
Go. aix annulets or a bordure compony arg. and 

az. Cboxwell. 
Ga. six annulets or a bordure compony arg. and 

sa. Cboitweix. 
G«. six annulets or three two and one within 

a bordure engrailed compooy arg. and az. 

CaouirwELL, V. 
Go. six annulets or three two and one all within 

a bordure engr. ( ? of the last) . Blankensop, V. 

7 AHHULBT8 

Gi.Befenamialeta conjoined in pale arg. Kendall. 

9 AHHULBT8 

Aff . mae annnleta in salUre interlaced five gu. 
and four az. Hatchet or Hatcbett. 

10 AHHtJLETS 

G%. im annulets or four three two and one. 

Or len annuleU sa. four three two and one. 
Loctheb. 

10 AM9ULETS and in ohiaf . . . . 
Sa. ten annulets arg. four three two and one on 
t efafef of the lasi a lion pass, of the field. 
Budgemah, Norfolk. 



12 ANHULXT8 

Sa. twelve annulets divided into three chains of 
four each palewise arg. two and one. Andebton, 
Claiton, co. Lancaster, Harl, MS. 1408, fo. 06. 

AHHTJLET8 unnumbered 
Arg. semy of annulets within each a lion ramp, 
and an eagle displ. alternately sa. in the inter- 
stices a lesser annulet of the last. Yvain. 
Gu. fretty or on each joint an annulet az. Mell. 
Quarterly gu. and arg. annulets and crosses patty 
alternately in bordure counterchanged. Alt, 
Loughborough, co. Leicester. 

AHT lee Inaeot AHTELOFE lee Beast. 

AFTIL 

Az. an anvil or. Abkulfb. 
Gu. an anvil arg. Abnoul. 
Gu. a smith's anvil arg. Aktaile or Ajtvil. 

8 AHYILS 

Per chev. arg. and sa. three anvils counter- 
changed. Smith, Abingdon, co. Berks ; and 
London, 1634 ; Her. Off. London, c. 24, /oL 8 h. 

APE lee Beast APPLE see Fmit 

ABCH see Building. 

ABGEHT 

For Argent quartering a charged field (with or 

without a charge over all) see Quarterly the 

second and third charged with. . . . 

Arg. simple. Boouet, Normandy. 

Arg. in chief dexter a crescent and sinister an 

annulet sa. Btdall, HarL MS. 2021. 



ABK see Ship. 



ABM see Hand. 



ABBOW 

(including Bird-bolt, Dart, Half-spear, and Broad- 
arrow which sometinies means a Pheon) ; 
palewise and point downward unless otherwise 

described ; 
see Bow, and Qniver ; and f9r Arrow-head 

see Pheon. 

Arg. an arrow erect or supported betw. the fore- 
legs of a demi-buck gu. Deckeb, London, 
granted 6th August, 1616. 

Per pale embattled gu. and az. an arrow in bend 
or barbed and feathered arg. point upward. 
CuGLEB. Cuyleb, St. Johu's Lodge, co. Hert- 
ford, Bart. 

Vert an arrow arg. point upward. ( The ancient 
cOat of) M'Adam, Waterhead, co. Kirkcud- 
bright ; and Ballocbmorrie, co. Ayr. 

Yert an arrow in pale or feathered and headed 
arg. Standabd, Wbitehill, co. Oxford. 

1 ABBOW and in base.... 
Vert an arrow fesswise in chief and a dexter 
hand apaumy couped in base arg. Louohnan, 
Ireland. 

1 ABBOW betw. or within. . . . 

For 1 Arrow betw. the attires of a stag's head 

see 1 Head and in chief, and so in 

analogous cases. 
Beasts 
Quarterly erm. and gu. an arrow in bend sinister 
point upward. . . .betw. in the first and fourth 
quarters a lion ramp .... Fosxett, Bosehill, 
Abbot's Langley, co. Herts. 
Feathers 
Gu. an arrow with on each side where the feather 
should be three ostrich feathers (? in pale) arg. 
the barb erected or. Bockem or Bobckem. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



1 ABBOW betw. or within.... cont. 

Hsftds 

Or an arrow betw. three boars* heads ga. Dannebe, 
Scotland. 
Homi 

«... a broad arrow •••. feathered .... betw. 
three harts' horns .... Hall, co. Devon. 

Arg. a barbed arrow .... feathered or betw. three 
bagle-homs sa. Hawlet, co. Devon. 

Arg. an arrow or feathered gu. betw. three bngle- 
horns stringed sa. and interlacing the lower 
one. Haule, co. Devon, F. 
Wings 

On. an arrow point upward betw. two wings con- 
joined in base arg. Zinoel, V, 

On. a broad arrow between two wings (7 arg.) 

ZiNQELL. 

1 ABBOWbetw. or within.... 

and in chief. • . . 
on a Chief. ...Head 

Vert a dart betw. two garbs or on a chief az. a 

cherub's head ppr. betw. two estoiles arg. 

Thacxebt. 
Vert a dart betw. two garbs or on a chief pnrp. a 

cherub's head gold betw. two estoiles of six 

points of the last. Thackeray. 
....XnUets 
Arg. a dart fesswise piercing a heart gu. on a chief 

az. three mullets of the first. Douglas, Bads, 

Scotland. 
Arg. an arrow fesswise piercing a heart surmounted 

with a royal crown ppr. on a chief az. three 

mullets of the first. Douglas, Ghilston House, 

Bonghton-Malherbe, Kent. 
....Fheoni 
On. an airow betw. two wings conjoined in lure 

arg. on a chief of the second three pheons of 

the first. Shinolehubst, London. 

2 ABBOWS 

• •••two arrows in saltire, enfiled with a ducal 

coronet. . . .Town of Southwold, Suffolk. 
Az. two arrows in saltire enfiled by a coronet 

or. Benedictine abbey at Bedericswobth, 

Edmundestow, or S. Edmundsbuby, Suffolk. 
Arg. two darts gu. pointed and feathered of the 

first piercing a heart of the second. Yeomam, 

Dryburgh ; granted 1668. 
Arg. gutty de sang two darts points upward gu. 

feathered of the first piercing a heart of the 

second. Yeoman. 
Ou. two arrows in saltire arg. over all a fess 

chequy of the second and first. Macaulay. 
Per fess embattled arg. and gu. two arrows fess> 

wise counterohanged feathered az. Ockleshaw, 

00. Lancaster. 
Sa. two broad arrows in saltire arg. Peable. 

8 ABBOWS and in chief.... 
Sa. two broad arrows in saltire. arg. feathered or 
in chief a plate. Peable, Harl. MS. 1458. 
Pebll, F. 

2 ABBOWS and in bate. . . . 
Per fess arg. and sa. in c|)j0f two arrows in saltire 
ppr. surmounted by&j^^^fi gu. ducally crowned 
az. and in base an a*) »j^r with chain etc. all 

Ou, twoanvwswsilt^ upward arg. sur- 

mouBted of a fess ^Q^ .^^r th*, second and 

es. M*Call. 



mouniea oi a less /.«> ^^^\^^ the 



8 ABBOWS betw. or within. . . .cofU. 

Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. surmounted of a 
fess chequy of the second and first betw. three 
buckles within a bordure indented or. M*Alla, 
Edinburgh. MacaulCy, Alderman of London, 
ob. 1788. 
Flenrs 

Az. two arrows in saltire arg. betw. four fleurs-de- 
lis or. BioHABOs, Heath, co. Hants. 
6.Foila 

Arg. two arrows in saltire points upward az. 
between four 5-foUs of the last. Jameson. 
Heads 

On. two broad airows in saltire or feathered aig. 
betw. four lion's heads erased and crowned of 
the second. Abbowsmyth, Huntingfield Hall, 
Sufiblk. 
Bonndlei 

Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. headed or betw. 
four plates. Goodall. 

Sa. two broad arrows in saltire arg. betw. four 
plates. Peable. 

Sa. two broad arrows in saltire. •••betw. nine 
plates. Pebee. 

S ABBOWS 

. . • .three arrows. . . . Richard Abohabd, F. 
Arg. three broad arrows az. Hales, oo. Stafibrd. 
Arg. three arrows palewise in fess az. surmounted 

of a fess or. Hutoheson. 
Arg. three arrows in pale az. surmounted by a 

fess or. Hutchison, Edinburgh. 
Arg. three bird-bolts gu. John Boson, S. Sire 

Pebes Bosoun, >r. BossuM, Norfolk; and 

BouLTON, 00. York, Harl, MS, 1458. Baf 

Bozun, J*". 
Arg. three bird-bolts in fess gu. Bolton. Baufe 

de BouLTON, F. 
Arg. three bird-bolts in pile g^. Bauf BouzrN, E* 
Arg. three bird-bolts gu. feathered or. Bussham, 

CO. Lincoln, Harl, MS. 1458. 
Arg. three bird-bolts gcu the feathers purfled or. 

Bauf Bozun, E. 
Arg. three bird-bolts gu. garnished or. BozoM 

or Bozun. 
Arg. three bird-bolts gu. headed or and feathered 

of the first. Bowman, Wissingset, Norfolk. 
Arg. three bird-bolts gu. headed and feathered or. 

BusHAK, Baroby, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. three broad arrows gu. Hendeb, Cornwall 
Arg. three broad arrows bendways sa. two and one. 

Cobballt, Ireland. 
Arg. three bird-bolts sa. Bisdon, Bableigh, in 

Parkham; Winscott, co. Devon; and i^don, 

CO. Gloucester. Risdon, F^ 
Az. three arrows in pale arg. Abcheb. 
Az. three bird-bolts arg. Bosome, Cornwall. 

BosuM, F. BusHAX, Comwfdl, HairL MS. 

1458. Speccott or Speckott. 
Az. three bolts in pale arg. Bozon. 
Az. three arrows or. Abchabd, HarL MS. 1458. 

Simon Abcheb, Tamworth, co. Warwick, 1619, 

W. Cadicott, East Whiteway, co. Dorseu 

Gbandoboe. 
Az. three arrows enfiled by a coronet or. Benedic- 
tine Abbey at Bedericswobth, Eomundestow, 

or S. Edmundsbuby, co. Sufiblk. 
Az. three arrows in pale fesswise or points to 

the dexter. Bolton, Seijeant, ob. 1787. 
Az. three arrows palewise or. Chaldecottb, 

Quarleston. 
Az. three arrows or feathered arg. ChaldecotTv 

Harl. MS. 1458. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



8 ABBOWB....eofU. 

Ax. three arrows in pale or feathered arg. 

Charles Hale, 1716. 
Ax. three broad arrows or. Abcheb, Baron 

Archer of Umberslade, co. Warwick. 
Ax. three bird- bolts or. Bolamb, co. Devon. 

BoLTox. BouLTov, Stixwold ,* and Moulton, 

eo. Uncob, quartering Fobsteb. 
Az. three biid-bolts of as many points or. 

Boxox or BuNSAM . 
Gn. three arrows arg. Baosshax, F. Batsshaw, 

VK Lk. 
Go. three arrows arg. barbed or. Nicolas Hales, 

V. Hii.Es. 
Go. three bird-bolts arg. Bolteshah, Northom- 

beritDd. Sire Thomas de Boltbsham, N, 

Sir Thomas Botlesham, co. Northampton, V, 

BosoHi, Norfolk. Bozon. 
Go. three bird-bolts in pale arg. Botlesham, 

Nonhomberland. 
Go. three bird-bolts in a parcel arg. banded 

az. OM in pale and two in saltire. John 

Jofxn[, Essex, V. Joskyn. 
Ga. thrw qoarrels arg. Baooshav, F. 

Gil three inows doable pointed or. Hales, W, 

Go. three airows or feathered arg. Sir Bartholo- 
sevH&LEs, CO. Warwick, Kt, 1619, quartering 
a|f.ali(»i ramp, and a bordore engr. sa., W, 
Gil tbee arrows or feathered and barbed arg. 

Hius,Woodcharch, and Hales' Place, Canter- 

bnj^ Kent, Bart. Hales, Beaksboome, co. 

Eat; and Brymore, co. Somerset, created 

Bait 12 June, 1660. Halles. 
Go. three arrows or feathered and bearded arg. 

Josss, Bwlch Owent, co. Carmarthen ; Good- 

nAt eo. Hereford. 
Gb. three broad arrows or feathered and headed 

"$. HiLBSjCorentry, CO. Warwick; andTim- 

iUn^Kent. 
Or three bird-bolts gu. nooked and pointed of the 

^ a label gu. Bbbttm. 
Per pale go. and az. three arrows or barbed and 

ftathae^ arg. Abcber, co. Lincoln, granted 

» March, 1684. 
^ three bird- bolts in pale arg. Colteshah, 

S'ttrtered by Throgmorton. 
Sa. three darts one in pale and two in saltire held 

in a hand conped at the wrist arg. Lowle, co. 

Soaenet ; and Tardley, co. Worcester. 
Sa. three broad arrows in pale or. Lawrus, 

PioBdj. 
^tn three arrows (or 7) barbed and feathered 

■g- (The modem coat of) M'Adam, Water- 

^^ eo. Kirkcndbright; and Ballochmorrie, 

e^Ajr. 

t ABB0W8 and in ehief . . . . 
CUif 
^ diree arrows and a chief or. Htcxtm or 

Htcci, F. 
^ three arrows in pale and a chief or. Hetton, 

Hfyion. 
^ three broad arrows or a ehief of the second. 

HKiwntiE. 

• aChiif....Head 
^ three darts pileways az. on a chief of the 

^ a boar's bead conped or. Hutcheson, 



^ three arrows meeting in point sa. on a chief 
^ ft boar's b^id erased or. Hxttcheson, 



....Haadi 
^wee arrows barbed and feathered . . on a chief 
tt tee Uaekamooc'a heads ppr. Cahpuh. 



8 ABBOWS and in ohiaf . . ,.cont, 

....Heads cant. 

Az. three broad arrows or two and one feathered 
arg. on a chief of the second as many man's 
heads conped sidefaced ppr. Wattes, Colling- 
ton, Holbroke, and Shanks, co. Somerset; Her, 
Of. Dev. Som. and Wilt., c. 22. 

Az. three arrows or feathered and headed arg. on 
a chief of the second three Moor's heads 
conped sidefaced sa. Watts, co. Somerset; 
and Hanslope Park, co. Buckingham. 
....Mullets 

Or three arrows sa. headed and barbed arg. on a 
chief of the second as many mallets of the 
field. BusBT, Addington. 

8 ABBOWS betw. or within. . . . 
Axes 

Arg. three arrows in fess sa. in the middle point 
betw. two halberts endorsed gu. Cbinan, 
Gbinoan or Cbinzun, co. Dumfries. 
Birds 

Arg. three arrows gu. one and two between as 
many Cornish choughs ppr. two and one. 
Cbastein. Scbace. 
S-Foils. 

Arg. three arrows gu. two in saltire and one in 
pale feathered or betw. six 3-foils slipped of 
the second two in chief two in fess and two in 
base. LiTTLEjoHN, England. 

5 ABBOWB betw. or withia. • . . 
Heads 
Az. a sheaf of arrows or betw. three boar's heads 
couped of the second. Gordon, Tacachie. 
Flowers 
Arg. a sheaf of five arrows barbed az. betw. four 
roses gu. Mackenan, Edinburgh, granted 1794. 
Sprigi 
Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. betw. three holly 
branches each of as many leaves ppr. banded 
of the second. Iryine, Murthill, Scotland. 
Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. betw. three holly 
branches each of as many leaves vert banded 
of the second all within a bordm^ of the third. 
Ibyinb, Bieldside, Scotland. 

6 ABBOWS 

Az. three pair of arrows in saltire each pair 
environed by a ducal coronet or. Town of 
Bust Saint Edmonds, Suffolk. Benedictine 
Abbey of Bedericsworth, Edmundstow, or 
Bury Saint Edmonds, Suffolk. 

7 ABBOWS 

Arg. seven half spears sa. headed az. three one 
and three. Docker. 

8 ABBOWS 

Az. eight arrows interlaced in bend dexter and 
sinister arg. headed and feathered or fretting a 
bowstring in fess of the second.' Town of 
Sheffield. 

9 ABBOWS or 8 SHEAVES of ABBOWS 

On. three bundles of as many arrows arg. 
Byest, CO. Salop. 

Ga. three sheaves of arrows points upward ai^g. 
Joskin or Joskyn. 

Gu. nine arrows three in a parcel two in saltire 
and one erect arg. Joskyn, V. 

Gu. three bundles of as many arrows arg. fea- 
thered and banded or. Brest, V.* 

Gu. three bundles of as many arrows or feathered 
and banded arg. Biest, Atcham, co. Salop, 
granUd 1586, W. Byest, Harl. MS. 1468. 

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AN ORDINABY OF 



9 ABBOWS or 8 BHEAVE8 of ABSOWS.... cont. 

6u. three bandies of as many arrows two in saltire 
and one in pale or feathered headed and tied in 
the middle with a string arg. Beist or Biebt. 

9 ABBOWS and in Chief. . . . 
Chief 

Ga. nine arrows or three in a parcel t. e. each 
parcel having two in saHire and one in pale or 
barbed arg. a chief dancetty erm. Bestulnd. 
on a Chief 

Arg. three sheaves of as many arrows ppr. 
banded gn. on a chief az. a bee volant or. 
Peel, Drayton Manor, co. Stafford, Bart. Peei., 
Brookfleld, co. Chester, descended from William 
Peel, Oswaldwistle, co. Lancaster, great great 
grandifather of the present Baronet. 

A8HEV-KET see Frait 

A8KEB, and ASP see Beptile. ASS see Beast 

A8TB0ID see Estoile, and Knllet. 

ASTBOLABE 

Az. an astrolabe or. Astroll. 

Per fess or and gu. an astrolabe ppr. held in the 
dexter paw of a lion ramp, coonterchanged 
armed and langued az. Middleton, Frazer- 
burgh. 

ATTIBE see Horn. 

AUGEB 

Gn. three angers arg. handles or. Bunqall or 

BONQHOLE. 

ATJX, and AY08BTTA see Bird. 

AWL 

Sa. three awls points erect arg. hafts or. Aule. 



(including Addice, Battle-axe, Bill, Broad-aze, 

Carpenter's-aze, Danish^tze, Fasees, Halbert, 

Hatchet, Hew, Lochaber-aze, Pick-aze, Pole- 
aze, Slaoghter-aze, and Wood-bill) ; 
palewise, nnless otherwise described. 

See Spear, and Sword ; and tot Bric^axe see 

Implements. 
Arg. an ancient battle-axe handle gu. top. az. held 

of a stork ppr. by the dexter claw. Bell. 
Az. a battle-axe arg. and lance or in saltire. 

Gabband. 
Az. a battle-axe arg. held by a lion ramp. or. 

Hethersett. Ptkinohak. 
Az. a battle-axe or headed arg. Oldmizon, 

Oldmixon, co. Somerset. 
Az. a battle-axe or headed arg. the edge to the 

sinister. Heynoeston, V. Oldmixon, K.* 
Az. a halbert or the edge to the sinister its lanoe- 

head arg. Heynoeston, V. 
Barry of ten arg. and az. a battle-axe or held by 

a Uon ramp. gu. Alexander, Dover, Kent. 
Barry arg. and az. a battle-axe or held (after the 

Norwegian fashion) by a lion ramp. gu. 

Alexander, co. Chester, 1535, F. 
Gu. a battle-axe held by a lion sejant on a chair 

arg. Alexander. 
Gu. a battle-axe arg. held in the dexter paw of a 

lion ramp. or. Sansun. 
Gu. a battle-axe held by a naked arm couped arg. 

HiNDESTON, CO. Devou. 
Gu. a battle-axe held by an armed arm arg. 

HiNSTON, CO. Devon. 
Gu. a Danish battle-axe arg. held by an arm in 

armour ppr. Hinoston, Dodbrooke House, 

CO. Devon. 



.... COflt. 

Gu. a pick axe arg. Rous, V, Rous or Bowse. 

Gu. a battle-axe erect held by a naked arm em- 
bowed issuing from the sinister ppr. 
HiNOENsoN, CO. Bucks. 

Sa. a battle-axe or headed arg. Oldioxon, Old- 
mixon, CO. Somerset. 

Vert a halbert grasped by a lion ramp. arg. 
Partyn, CO. Salop and co. Stafford. 

1 AXB and in ohief . . . . 
Arrow 

Az. a halbert in bend sinister arg. head upward 
or oppressed by a tilting spear in bend dexter 
gold headed of the second in chief a silver 
broad arrow barways to the dexter* feathered 
and pointed as the third. Garband, F. 

Az. a battle-axe and tilting spear in saltire arg. 
headed or in ohief an arrow barways of the 
second headed and feathered of the third, 
Garband, V*, 

Az. a pole-axe and lance in saltire or headed arg. 
in chief an arrow of the second headed tod 
feathered of the third. Garbandt or Garbrakd. 

Or a battle-axe in bend sinister surmounted of 
a lance in bend dexter and in chief a dart bar- 
ways pheon-headed and feathered all ppr. 
Garbrand, Jamaica, granted 28 Oct. 1768. 
Balances tnd Hand 

Arg. a Roman fasces and sword saltirewise ppr. 
in chief a pair of balances held by an armed arm 
az. HosEASOFt Zetland; and Jamaica, 1806, 
quartering Bruce. 
Knlleto 

Gu. a battle-axe held by a dexter arm in fess 
issuing from clouds on the sinister in chief two 
mullets arg, Pettet. 

1 AXB betw. or within. . . . 
Bordvre 
Arg. a battle-axe head downwards held by a 
lion ramp, guard, ppr. within a bordure a?. 
Cracknbll, De Cracknell, or Crakenell, De- 
vonshire House, near Bath, co. Somerset; 
Cracknell, Isle of Wisht ; and Burwall S. Mary, 
00. Cambridge, quartering Phillips. 
Heads 
Arg. a Lochaber-axe betw. three boards heads 
couped gu. Rankine, RocheUe; descended 
ft>om Rankine of Shields. 
Gu. a Lochaber-axe betw. three boars* heads 
erased arg. Ranken, Scotland. 
Leaves and Horn 
Arg. a battle-axe betw. three holly leaves in chief 
and a buglehorn in base vert garnished go. 
Burnet, Aberdeen, Scotland. 
Boundles 
Arg. a battle-axe gu. betw. three ogresses. Morse. 
Arg. a battle axe ppr. betw. three ogreases. Morse. 

1 AXB betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief...* 
Az. a battle-axe in bend sinister surmounted of a 
tilting spear in bend dexter betw. four cannons 
or on a chief of the second a fleur-de-lis of the 
first enclosed by a demi rose couped in pade gu« 
radiated to the sinister gold and by the stump 
of a tree eradicated and couped at the top a4 
the third. Morris, V^, Sir Christophef 
MouRES, Master of the Ordnance, V, 

2 AXB8 

Arg. two halberts in saltii*e az. Ecoles, Eildon* 
nan, Scotland, 



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2 AXIS.. ,.eont, 

Aig. two batde-axes in saltire sa. Sir Lionel! 
Madosoh, KeweasUe, Knt., descended from 
Hiddison of EUergiU, granUd 6 Jane 1685, 
quutenng Mablet. 
Az. tvo battle-axes in fess or. Edw. Batnbbioe, V, 
Ai. two halberte or. Baynbbidob. 
Az, two battle-axes in saltire ppr. Mobbis. • 
Enn. two battle-axes in saltire sa. Maidbstone, 

eo. Lincoln. 
£nn. two battle-axes in saltire sa. that in bend 
dexter oppressed bj that in bend sinister 
wiuch has the head downwards. Maydebton, 
Waitiall,r. 
Erm. two halberts in saltire sa. Matdeston or 

Matdstok, CO. Lincoln, HarL MS. 1458. 
On. two halberts or. Batnbbto. HarL MS. 1458. 
On- two halberts endorsed or. Patih, HarL MS. 

Patts or Patts. 
Or two battle-axes in saltire sa. headed ai^. 

MAmToss, Box^ed, Essex; granted 1614. 
Sa. two battle-axes in saltire arg. Belldiofobd. 
Hkwgiil, Smeaton and Hornby Grange, co. 
Tofk. 

^ two battle-axes in saltire arg. that in bend 

aiDBteroezt the field with its head downwards. 

BxLusoroBD, Norfolk, V. 
Sa. two balls addorsed in saltire arg. Bilunofobd, 

Norfolk and Saffolk. 
Sa. two halberts in saltire arg. Bbllingfobd. 
Sa. two pole-axes in saltire arg. duoallj crowned 

or. I^ATCHEB, CandoTer, co. Salop. 

% AXES and in chief. . . . 
•A a Gkiaf. . . .Beaat 

Per dier. embattled or and gn. in base two batUe- 
axes in saltire arg. on a chief az. parted from the 
field by a fillet wavy a demi lion ramp, naissaot 
of the third holding in both paws a trident of 
thefint Dtcb. 

Or two axes addorsed handles az. blades sa. 
OB a chief gn. a lion pass, guard, of the first 
Mimtw, CO. Derby. 
.... Mullets 

Ax. two battle-axes in fess arg. on a chief 
or as many pierced mnllets gn. Christopher 
BiiBBKiDOE, Bishop of Durham 1507, Arch- 
bishop of York 1508, and Cardinal. 

Az. two battle-axes in pale arg. on a chief or two 
poeed mnlleta gn. Baikbbidoe. 

Az. two pole-axes or headed arg. on a chief of 
the second two mnllets of the first pierced gn. 
Baisbbt, CO. York. 
....Pale 
Kza. two battle-axes in saltire ppr. a chief az. 
chsrged with on a pale betw. two pelicans' 
heads ensed arg.Tulning themselyes a rose gtu 
KuL, quartering Hobsfall. 

£na. two wood-bills sa. with long handles ppr. 
ia Mhire a chief az. charged with on pale or 
he^w. two peUeans* heads erased at the neck 
iff. a rose gn. barbed and seeded Tert. William 
Box, DJ)., ob. 16 July 1561, tomb in West- 
■DBiter Abbey; the heiresses m. Samwell, co. 
Kflfthampion ; and Haydock, co. Hants. 

Per chevron embattled or and gn. two battle-axes 
ii nltire azg. in chief two bombs fired ppr. 

JHOL 

Milkt 
O^ two halberts .... orer all a fess chequy .... 
ttd.... ID chief a mullet ..•• Cbaxston, 



2 AXES and in base. . . . 

Beasts 

Arg. in chief two battle-axes in saltire in base two 
boars erect standing on one hind leg combatant 
ppr. Mac Swtmie, Ireland. 
Crescent 

Gu. two battle-axes addorsed in base a crescent 
or. Febnandes. 
Cross 

Per fesse embattled ga. and az. in chief two pick- 
axes and in base a cross moline or. Pickwicki 
Bathford, co. Somerset. V. 

2 AZS8 betw. or within. . . . 
Arrows 
Arg. two halberts addorsed gu. in the middle fess 
point three arrows in fess sa. Cbdian, Cbingan, 
or Crinzian, co. Dumfries. 
Bird and Flower 
Arg. two Lochaber-axes in saltire heads upward 
betw. a cock in chief and a rose in base .... 
Matheson, Bennetsfield. 
Birds 
Gu. two pole-axes in saltire or betw. four martlets 
arg. PicKHAN. 
Bordnro 
Arg. two halberts in saltire az. within a bordure 

per bordure indented or and gu. Ekles. 
Az. two battle-axes in fess wishin a bordure engr. 
or. Bainbbidoe. Edward Baynbrioe, quar- 
tering gu. a squirrel or on a chief arg. two 
mullets of the field, V, 
Knlleto 
Gu. two pole-axes in saltire or headed arg. betw. 
four mullets of the last Pitman or Pittman, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk. Pittman, East India 
House, London. 

2 AZS8 betw. or within. . . . 

and in ohief . . . . 
Az. two slaughter-axes addorsed in saltire arg. 
handled or betw. three bull's heads couped as 
the second armed of the third viz. two in fess 
and one in base on a chief silver a boar's head 
couped gu. betw. two block brushes (».«. 
bunches of knee holly or butchers' broom) 
▼ert Company of Butchebs, London, and 
Company of Butchebs, Exeter. 

8 AXES 

Arg. three battle-axes palewaysr. • .two and one. 

Keenlysidb. 
Arg. three addices az. handles or. Addicb. 
Arg. three battle-axes az. Batten, co. Devon. 
Arg. three battle-axes gu. Dannes, eo. Devon ; 

Deveeston, HarL MS. 1458. Davebston or 

Denebston, Suffolk, quartering arg. on a chev.. 

sa. a cross crosslet or, V. Lint. 
Arg. three Danish-axes gu. two and one. Beney, 

France. 
Arg. three halberts gu. two and one. Danebston, 

Suffolk. 
Arg. three halberts in pale gu. Davebston or 

Dandebston, Suffolk. 
Arg. three hatchets gn. Rencye, France, HarL 

MS. 1458. 
Arg. three pick-axes gu. Pikwobth. Pyckwobth, 

r, or PycoTT, V. Thomas Pikwobth, S. 
Arg. three pick-axes gu. an annulet for diff. 

Bobert Picwobth, S. 
Arg. three pole-axes gu. Denabston or Devebston. 

Arg. three batUe-axes ppr. Hicks, changed the 
name temp. Elizabeth to Gwavas, G waves, in 
Sithney ; the oo-heiress m. Yeale and Carlyon. 



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8 AZS8.... cont. 

Arg. three pole-axes in fess ppr. Hoddeb, Hod- 

dersfield. co. Cork, quartering Moore. 
Arg. three battle-axes sa. Sir Henry Gibbes, 

Honindon, co. Warwick, 1619, W. Gytties, 

Elmeston, Kent. Gyves, V*, Hall, V*, 
Arg. three battle-axes in fess sa. Gtbbes, co. 

Devon, HarL MS. 1458. Gibbs, Suffolk. 
Arg. three battle-axes in pale sa. Gibbes, co. 

Devon. Gibbs, co. Derby, and Stoke, Suffolk. 

Gibbs, Sainthurst, co. Gloucester. 
Arg. three battle-axes in pale barwise sa. Hales. 
Arg. three halberts sa. Gyves V. Hall, co. 

Chester, W, 
Arg. three halberts in fess sa. heads turned to the 

sinister. Gibbe. 
Arg. three halberts sa. headed az. Hoddab or 

Hoddeb. 
Arg. three hews or miner's pick-axes sa. William 

Chabe, in Triuity CoUege Chapel, Cambridge. 
Arg. three pick-axes sa. Peck. 
Arg. three pole-axes sa. Gibbs, Elmeston, Kent 
Arg. three wood bills in pale sa. Gibbes or 

Gibbs. 
Az. three axes arg. William Hubstal, F, William 

de HURSTHALE, E, 

Az. three axes arg. handles or. Axtell. Dents, 

CO. Devon. 
Az. three battle-axes arg. Batten, F*. Hall, 

W, Russell. Wright, Scotland. 
Az. three battle-axes in fess arg. Hall. 
Az. three battle-axes arg. hafted ppr. Wright, 

Scotland. 
Az. three battle-axes arg. handles ppr. studded 

or. Batten. 
Az. three broad-axes arg. Wright, Scotland. 
Az. three carpenter's axes arg. Wright, Scotland. 
Az. three halberts in fess arg. Gibbes. Hall, 

Kennington, Kent. 
Az. three pole-axes in pale arg. garnished or. 

Gibbs, co. Herts. 
Az. three battle-axes or. Bainbrioe, F». Sir 

Robert Dennes, co. Devon, Harl. MS. 1458. 

Denys or Dennis, Orley, co. Devon. Gibbes, 

r*. Hall, V. 
Az. three battle-axes in fess or. Edward Hall 

By brook, Kennington, Kent ; granted by Cooke, 

1588, W. 
Az. three battle-axes or states arg. Bainbridoe. 
Az. three halberts in fess or. John Gybbes, 

Starford, co. Herta; granted by Cooke, W. 
Az. three halberts or headed arg. Dents, co. 

Devon. 
Az. three pick-axes or. Packwood, co. Warwick, 

quartering Porter. 
Az. three pole-axes in pale or. Hall, Kent; 

granted 1688. 
Az. three batUe-axes ppr. headed arg. handles 

garnished or. Batten. 
Erm. three battle-axes gu. Dennes or Donnees. 

Dennis, Holcombe Bumell, Isle of Wight 
Erm. three battle-axes in pale gu. Dennis, 

Cornwall; Bicton, co. Devon ; and the Isle of 

Wight 
Erm. three battle-axes sa. Weekes, Hurstper- 

point, Sussex, quartering Hampton, Carey, 

Aston, CO. Oxford, and Mace. Wykes, Cock- 
tree, CO. Devon. 

Erm. three bills sa. Dennys, Holcombe, co. 
Devon. 

Erm. three pole-axes sa. Weckes or Wykes, 

North Wyke, co. Devon. 
Ga. three axes arg, Axall or Axeson. 



8 AXES..,. cant. 

Gu. three battle-axes arg. Ainsworth, Smithills 

Hall & Moss Bank, co. Lancaster. Atnbswobth, 

CO. Lancaster. Atniswobth, V. Hakelevett. 

Lewdson, HarL MS. 1458. Lewiston, co. 

Dorset ; Durham ; and co. Huntingdon. Peter 

Lewston, V. 
Gu. three broad-axes arg. Sire .... de Rinti 

or Riton, Harl MS. 6137. 
Gu. three pick-axes arg. Bawdwy Pioot, 8. 
Gu. three pole-axes arg. Lowdston. 
Gu. three pole-axes in fess arg. over all a fess 

ohequy of the second and first Foshauch. 

FOSHAUGH. 

Gu. three battle-axes or. Akslletts or 

Hakeletts, HarL MS. 1458. Hacket, co. 

Salop. Hackluyt, Yatton. Haxelett, F». 
Gu. three battle-axes in pale or edged arg. 

Lewston, co. Dorset. 
Gu. three broad-axes or. Sire . . • . de Rekti, A, 
Gu. three hatchets or. Hacksllitz, co. Salop. 

Hacklfyt or Hackvill, Yetton, oo. Hereford, 

and CO. Salop. 
Gu. three pole-axes or. Sir Walter Hakelett, 

temp. Edward I, F. Haket, co. Salop. 
Or three Danish-axes gu. Martell; and with 

a label of five points az. Martell. 
Per fess arg. and erm. three battle-axes sa. 

Gibbes, Fackley, co. Oxford, Bart 
Sa. three battle-axes arg. Dancys. Sir .... de 

Dambys, V. Daveys, London. Thomas Hall, 

F. Hall, Bradford, co. Wilts. Elys de 

Thobnetonbust, p. 
Sa. three battle-axes in fess arg. Gibbes, co. 

Warwick ; and Halle, HarL MS. 1458. 
Sa. three battle-axes in pale arg. Gibbs, Ho- 

nington, co. Warwick. 
Sa. three broad axes arg. Sir John Pobteb, 

HarL MS. 1458. 
Sa. three Danish-axes arg. Datmes. Denkis, 

CO. Devon. 
Sa. three hatcheta arg. Daneys, S, 
Sa. three pick-axes arg. Honde, F. Pickett. 

PiGGOTT, Cambridge. Gefflray Pioot, Mel- 

moreby, P, X Randolf Pioot, 8. Pigott. 

Pycott, CO. Bedford, V. Sir Randolph Ptoot, 

V. Ptoott, Gravenhurst ; Stratton ; and 

Holme, CO. Bedford. Ptoot, Melboreby; and 

Carleton, co. York. 
Sa. three pole-axes arg. Hall, Bradford, co. 

Wilts. LOWDEN. 
Sa. three battle-axes or. Sir William Hall, 

Kent, W. Hall, Bradford, co. Wilts, W. 
Sa. three pick-axes or. Pioott, co. Nottingham. 
Sa. three pole-axea in pale or. Hall, Kent 
Vert three hatchets (or pole-axes) erect or. 

Hunkebville. 



8 AXES and in chief. . . . 
Chief 
Gu. three battle-axes or a chief erm. Shxpabd, 
Bucks. Sheppabd, London and Bristol, 
on a Chief. 
Erminois three pole-axes erect az. two and one 
on a chief gu. three bendlets arg. Jennings, 
Westminster; granted 17 QO,io Robert Jennings^ 
Auditor of the Exchequer. 

8 AZE8 betw. or within 

Bordnre 
Arg. three battle-axes sa. within a bordnre go. 

Dennis. Dinnes, Scotland. 
Arg. three halberts sa. within a bordnre ermines. 
Gibbs, South Parrott, co. Devon. 






BBITISH ABMOBULS. 



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8 AZX8 Iwtw. or within.... cofK. 

Az. three battle-axes arg. within a bordnre or. 

61BB8, Comberton Magna, co. Worcester ; and 

London, 1(V45. 
Az. three battle-axes arg. within a bordnre engr. 

or. Wright, Edinburgh. 
Enn. three battle-axes within a bordnre engr. go. 

Dakets, 00. Beron. Bents, co. Devon, V. 
Enn. three pole-axes within a bordnre engr. gn. 

DsNNSs, CO. Devon, Harl. MS. 1458. Dennis. 
Sa. three pick-axes within a bordnre arg. 

PiooTT, Bedford; Marsbam, co. Berks; Be- 

diampton, 00. Buckingham ; Weston, co. Not- 
tingham ; and Abington-Pigotts, co. Cambridge. 
TlaoxB 
Gn. three battle-axes in fess arg. betw. as many 

demi flenrs-de lis and the same number of 

mullets or. Tbboold. 
Hoadi 
Arg. three battle-axes and as many boar's heads 

eouped gu. with a 4-foil vert in the middle 

point Ranken, co. Perth. 
KullaU 

Go. three broad axes arg. a demi fleur-de-lis 
joined to each handle withinside or betw. as 
amy pierced mullets of the last. Thomas 

TlEOOLD, F. 

8 AXES betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief.... 
St. three pick-axes in a bordnre arg. a canton az. 
PiooTT, Abington-Pigotts, co. Cambridge, quar- 
tering Fosxeil 



Arg. five pole-axes in fess ppr. Hoddbb, Ireland. 
Go. five Danish-axes palewise in saltire arg. 

Boger Mach ado, Clarenceux King of Arms, 

temp. Henry Vm. ob. 1516, F. 
Go. five axes in saltire arg. M*Hai>o, Scotland. 
Go. five axes or three and two. M'Htm, Scotland. 

AYLET §66 Bird. 

AZVBE 
Im Aim qurtering a eharged field (with or 

witlieBt a charge o^er all) see Quarterly 

the locoBd and third oharaed. 

Az. dmply. Bebinoton, Bradwell, co. Chester. 

HarL MS. 1535, fo. 8. Db Baboe, Ville 

tni Sans, Lorraine. Led seigneurs de St. 

Chattxomt. 
Az. a d-foil arg. {7 for diif.) Besingtom and 

BsssniGTON. 
Az. a &.foil or (? for diff.) Bebinoton. 



BADOEB tee Beast 

BALAHCE and in Base. . . . 

Arg. a pair of balances held by an arm in armour 
iz. in base a sword and Boman fasces in saltire 
■H ppr. HosEASON, Zetland; and Jamaica; 
qnaitenDg BKt;cB. 

BALASCB betw. or within.... 



Az. a pair of balances supported by a sword in 
pde arg. hilt or pomel or within a bordnre of 
the last Justice, East Creichton, Scotland. 



BALAHCE betw. or within. . . .cont, 

Eitoilee 
Az. a pair of balances or scales within an orle of 
eight estoiles or. Stabb. 

BALAHCE betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief.. •• 
Gu. a pair of balances held betw. three garbs or 
by a hand and arm embowed ppr. vested of the 
first cuffs gold issuing from clouds affixed to the 
upper part of a chief banry wavy of four arg. 
and az. Company of Basebs, Exeter : the 
same with the addition of the clouds radiated 
and two anchors of the second in the chief. 
Company of Bakebs, London. 

BALI8TA see Sling. 

BALL 
see Bead, Bubble, Fireball, Hound, Shot, Sphere, 

and Boundle. 

On 1 BAHHEB 
(including Oolonn, Flag, Pennon, and Standard). 
Bird 

On. on a knightly banner flowing to the dexter 
arg. an imperifd eagle. Gabbett, 1486 ; Hunt- 
ington Park, CO. Hereford, 1790 : the staff gar- 
nished sa. Gabbett, Acton-Bumell, co. Salop : 
the staff twisted arg. and sa. Gabbed or Gabit, 
Bighton, CO. Salop. 

Gu. on a banner or an imperial eagle charged 
with an escucheon arg. the staff held by a 
grifito segreant of the last Gabbett. 
on a Canton 

Gu. on a banner displ. arg. a canton az. charged 
with a saltire of the second. Bannbbman, El- 
sick, Bart quartering or a cross moline az. a 
bordnre engr. arg. 
Cross 

Gu. on a standard arg. fringed or in saltire with a 
broken spear of the second a cross of the first. 
Smtth, Balhara, Scotland, granted 1765, quar- 
tering az. a cat salient arg. with Blaib and 
Drumxond. 
on a Cross 

Gu. on a banner arg. a cross betw. sixteen escu- 
cheons of the first and charged with a lion 
pass, guard, or the flag affixed to a sword 
erect held by a dexter arm embowed in 
armour issuing from the dexter all ppr. 
A coat of augmentation to Lake, Bart 

On 1 BAHHEE and in ohief . . . . 
Qiuirterly sa. and arg. over all a representation of 
the colours of the Thirty-first Begiment ( . . . . 
two laurel branches saltirewise .... below the 
union -jack) in bend* sinister the first quarter 
occupied by a lion ramp, of the second. Btno, 
Earl and Baron Strafford. 

On 1 BAHHEE betw. or within.... 
Gu. on a banner displ. arg. a canton az. and a 
saltire of the second all in a bordure as the 
last charged with four buddes of the third alter- 
nating as many holly leaves vert Bannbbman. 

8 BAHHEBS 

Az. three banners bendwise in pale flowing to the 

sinister or. Kinodok. 
Or three pennons in chief sa. Logie, Scotland. 

8 BAHHEBS betw. or within. . . . 
Arg. three standards (another vanes) sa. in an 
orle gu. Yybnby, V, 



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AN ORDINABY OF 



BAB 

(indndingOloMtandBamilet); see alio Feti. 

Arg. a bar az. Burken. Burkin, LoDdon, 1730. 
Arg. a bar dancetty in chief az. Bobert Fitz- 

Elys, Newton, X, 
On. a bar or snrmoanted by a staff ragnly arg. 

Dbuitt. 
On. a bar indented on the upper edge or. 

Thorlets. 
Paly of six arg. and g^. in chief a bar indented or. 

GOUSLEY, V, 

1 BAB and in ohiaf . . . . 
Beaat 

Arg. a bar wavy and a demi otter issnant sa. 
armed langned and crowned with an antique 
crown gu. Meldbum, quartered by Soton. 
Beasta 
Arg. a bar and in chief two lions ramp. gu. 
Galston. 
Bird! 
Arg. a bar dancetty gu. in chief two martlets sa. 
Norton, co. Devon. 
Chief 
Arg. a bar indented sa. a chief gu. Buthfisld. 
Az. a bar dancetty and a chief or. Mousire John 

de Stonor, Y, 
Or. a bar chequy sa. and gu. a chief indented az. 

WODDISBURY. 

onaOhief 
Az. a bar or on a chief of the last three escallops 
gu. Glebes, W, 

1 BAB and in base • . . . 
Az. a bar arg. in base three apples transposed or. 

Harkwym or Hablewtn, co. Devon. 
Az. a bar arg. in base three apples erect ppr. 

Hableton, CO. Devon. 

1 BAB betw. or within. . . • 
Ban 

Or a barrulet betw. two bars gemels gu. over all 
three escucheons vair. Gamolle, temp. Ed- 
ward III. 

Or a barrulet betw. two bars gemels gu. over all 
six escucheons vair three two and one. Gamoll. 
Flowen 

Gu. a bar betw. two fleurs-de-lis stalked and leaved 
in chief and an annulet in base or. Kellock, 
Scotland. 

1 BAB betw. or within.... 

and in chief. . . . 
onaOhief 
Vert a bar countercompony arg. and az. betw. 
three cuirasses of the second on a chief 
silver as many buckles of the third. 
Baldberney or Baldbibmey, Scotland. 
CroM 
Az. a barrulet environed with an annulet betw. 
two bars and in chief a cross patty fitchy or. 

HOLTE, V. 

Fish 
Gu. a bar engr. arg. betw. three suns or in the 
collar point a demi-salmon naiant from the 
fess of the second. Auld, Scotland. 

On 1 BAB and in chief. . . . 
Per chev. or and az. a bar ftisily of the first each 
fusil being charged with an escallop gu. in chief 
two fleurs-de-lis of the last. Edoab. 

1| BAB and in chief. . . . 
Oarb 
Az. a bar and a half arg. in the sinister quarter 
a garb or. Soheffeld, F. 



BAB. li BAB and in chief.... eoiO. 

on a Quarter 
Arg. a bar aud a half az. on a quarter of the last 

a 6-foil or. Rauf Pipabd, Y, 
Arg. a bar and a half gu. on a quarter of the last 

a 5-foil arg. John Dbrwentwater, X, 
Arg. a bar and a half sa. on a quarter of the last 

a 5-foil or. Bichard Twyford, Y, 

2 BAB8 

.... 2 bars oebuly. . . . Yeoviltor. 

Arg. two bars az. Hackbeach. Hillton, Sus- 
sex. Hilton, Hilton, co. Durham; the co- 
heirs m. Mnsgrave, Younghusband, and Briscoe. 
Hilton, South Shields, co. Durham; Sussex; 
CO. Leicester; London; and Jamaica; descended 
from Hilton of Hilton . Hilton, co. Gloucester ; 
Bhea Hall, co. Stafford; and London, 1716, 
quartering arg. three daggers diverse gu. Le 
Baron de Hilton, 8, Y, Le Sire de Hilton, Y, 
Sir Bobert Hilton, F. Bobert de Hilton, 
E^F, Sir Bobert deHYLTONE,^,^^. Venablbs, 
CO. Lancaster. 

Arg. two bars az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 
Walton. 

Arg. two bars az. over all a lion romp. gu. crowned 

or. WiLLESXOSB, WlLLESKOT, Or WlLXEBOOT, 

CO. Gloucester. 
Arg. two bars az. over all a lion ramp, or holding 

in the dexter paw a rose branch gu. ■ Tudkan. 
Arg. two bars and a bend az. Mabtinodale or 

MaRTINDALE, MoNTFOBD, V, MOUNTFOBD, F^. 

Arg. two bars and a bendlet az. Mountfobd, co. 

Warwick. 
Arg. two bars az. over all a bend chequy go. and 

of the first ( another gu. and or). L£go. 
Arg. two bars az. over all a bend ooropony. . . . 

and gu. Lea or Leioh, Bradley, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. two bars az. a bend compony gu. and or. 

Leioh, Bidge, co. Devon. Leigh, Bardon, co. 

Somerset, 1595, descended from Leigh of 

Bidge. 
Arg. two bars az. on a bend gu. three arrows of 

Uie field. Dawne, co. Chester. Yenables, co. 

Lancaster. M. Bichard de Yenables, 8, 
Arg. two bars az. on a bend gu. a bezant. Gbby, 

Horton, Northumberland. 
Arg. two bars az. on a bend gu. three chaplets or. 

Grey, co. Hereford. 
Arg. two bars az. over all an eagle dispL with two 

beads fpi. Sir John Speke, F. 
Arg. two bars az. over all an escarbunde of eight 

points gu. Blount. 
Ai^. two bars az. over all an escarbunde gu. 

nowed or. Blount, Gloucester. 
Arg. two bars az. over all an escarbunde of eight 

points gu. bezanty. Blount, Mangerfield, F. 
Ai^. two bars az. over all an escarbunde of eight 

rays gu. pometty and floretty or. Blount. 
Arg. two bars az. over all an escarbunde of eight 

rays or. Blount, London and Gloucester. 
Arg. two burs az. over all a buck's head gu. 

WoODWiJlD. 

Arg. two bars az. over all three bucks' heads 
cabossed or. Woodward, London. 

Arg. two bars az. over all a saltire gu. Port or 
Dbpobte, Sheepshead, co. Leicester. 

Arg. two bars engr. az. Athull^ F. 

Arg. two bars fusily az. Faconbbeoe. William 
de Fauconberge, F. 

Arg. two bars wavy az. Delariver. Savford. 

Arg. two bars wavy az. on a chevron g^. three be- 
zants. Ester. 



BRITISH ABMORULS. 



15 



BAB. 2 BAB8.... c(m«. 

Aif. two bars wary az. three demi lions gu. 
MnjJOAM or Mulliedie, Scotland. 

Arg. two bars embattled erm. Bubnbt or 
BuiKEBT, CO. Deyon, K^. Bubnbt, Kensing- 
ton, Middlesex. 

Ai^. two bars wavy erm. Lact, Enfleld, Middlesex. 

Arg. two bars go. Bbbt, co. Devon. Bomford, 
CO. Lancaster. Btndb, Sussex. Chanbt. 
Dektok. Ewkb. Fozall, London and Ire- 
land. LiMEsiE. Mainwabimo, Over Peover, 
eo. Chester, Bart., quartering az. six garbs or 
for Kttxiioc, Earl of Chester. MAiNWABnia 
or Maxwabino, Peure, now Over Peover, co. 
Chester; Kermincham, co. Chester; Ight- 
field, CO. Salop ; and Whitmore, oo. Stafford. 
MADrwABnca, Oteley Park, co. Salop; and 
Bromborough, co. Chester, derived firom Main- 
waring of inOiitmore, quartering Kinaston. Sir 
Bichard Mahwabiho, co. Chester, F. Wil- 
liam Mahwabiso, p. Walter Maudust or 
Halbitist, C. Mandut or Manduit, oo. War- 
viek, and Somerford-Manduit, co. Wilts. Wil- 
Bam Mamdutt, X. Mabtim, Athelhampston, co. 
I)otset,and Long Melford, Suffolk; Baronetcy, 
^ May, 1667. Mabtik or Mabtyn, Exeter, co. 
Deron., derived {h)m Martin of Athelhampston. 
V ABTiN, Exeter ; and Kemeys, co. Pembroke ; 
temp. Henry L Mabtik, Hemingston, Suffolk , 
Colston Basset, co. Nottingham ; Anstey Pas- 
tures, CO. Leicester; Worsborough, co. York. 
Sir William Mabtin or Mabtyn, H, J, L, X. 
MoDsire William Mabtik, F. William Mabttk, 
Y. MAKTm, CO. Devon, V, Maudxtit, Hans- 
k>pe, CO. Buckingham. William Maudtt, B. 
Havkduit. Saikt Clebe. South, Ferraby, 
eo. Lincoln, confirmed 22 June, 1602. 

Arg. two bars gu. over all on an escucheonof the 
first a saltire of the second and chief erm. 
DxAKK, Baron Muskeny, m. Fitzmaurice. 

Aig. two bars gu. on the upper one an annulet 
or. Mabttk. 

Arg. tvo bars gu. a crescent for diff. Bbadsraw, 
00. Chester. Mabttk, Saint Dominic, Corn- 
wall; Parkpale, eo. Dorset; Saberow, co. So- 
merset; and Oxton, co. Devon; and with a 
mullet in chief sa. South. 

Arg. two bars and in chief a orescent gu. Babbte, 
eo. Devon. 

Arg. two bars gu. a label az. Monsire Nichol le 
Fitz-Mabtik, £, JT, Y, Winteb8Hale,£. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a label of three points az. 
nine plates. Sir William Mabttk, V, 

Arg. two bars gu. on a label of three points of 
the last nine bezants. Mabttk. 

Aig. two bars gu. a label of five points of the 
second bezanty. Mabltk. Mabttk. 

Arg. two bars gu. a label vert. Moulton. Thomas 
McLTOK, y. 

Arg. two bars go. over all a lion ramp, of the 
first. Bickkell, London. 

Arg. two bars go. over all alionramp. double queued 
or peUet^. Bbakdok, Chamberiain of I^ndon . 

Arg. two bars gu. a bend az. Mabtikdale. 
Masttsdall, F*. Mouktfobd, CO. Warwick. 

Arg. two bars gu. a bendlet az. Mabtikdall, V, 

Arg. two bars gu. a bendlet or. Maikwabiko, 
Croxion, eo. Chester, derived from an iUegiti- 
Bate son of Mainwaring of Over Peover, 1546. 

Arg. two bars gu. a bendlet sa. Moltok. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a bend az. three mullets of 
the first. Welcbmak, Brackley, oo. North- 
■Bptott; and Kineton, co. Warwick. 



BAR. 2 BAB8.... cont. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a bend of the second three 
trefoils slipped of the first. Palmeb; but 
slipped or, Palmeb, V, 

Arg. two bars gu. over all a long cross (sometimes 
a crosier) in bend sinister or. Gilbertine 
Priory at Sempbikoham, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. two barrulets and as many endorses gu. Babe. 

Arg. two bars gu. over all an escarbuncle of eight 
points flory at the end gu. bezanty. Edward 
Bloukt, Mangerfield, oo. Gloucester, V, 

Arg. two bars gu. a maunch of the second. 
Ukdebshot. 

Arg. gutty de larmes two bars gu. Chaubt, F« 
Chawbet, V. Chawbt. 

Arg. two bars dancetty gu. Gaike. 

Arg. two bars embattled gu. Ents or Evtb. 
EuTS. James, Ightham Court, Kent, derived 
f^om Van Haestrectfirom the vicinity of Utrecht, 
quartering Gbevis. James, Wilsborough, Kent, 
and Byegate, Surrey; quartering arg. three 
millrinds barwise sa. ; with harry wavy of six arg. 
and az. on a chief or three swallows volant sa. 

Arg. two bars counterembattled gu. James, 
Chrishall, and Manewden, Essex. 

Arg. two bars engr. giu Akables, Akkabell, or 
Akkables. 

Arg. two bars ftisily gu. Rauf Raul or Boul, 

Arg. two bars engr. below gu. Ukdebshot, F. 

Arg. two bars indented gu. Hamlik. 

Arg. two bars nebuly gu. John Champiok, Kent,F. 

Arg. two bars nebuly gu. on a bend engr. sa. a 
rose betw. as many mullets or. Chiswell 
London, granted 13 April, 1714. Chiswell 
quartering Fbekch, granted 10 Dec, 1779 to 
to MuiLMAK, Debben Hall, Essex. 

Arg. two bars nebuly gu. on a bend sa. three 
plates. GouLSTOKE. Gulstok, co. Hertford, 
CO. Leicester, and London. 

Arg. two bars voided gtu over all a bend sa. 

BUBTOK. 

Arg. two bars wavy gu. Ekolakd, Ireland. 
Goldikoham, Norfolk, F. Gouldikoham, Nor- 
folk. 

Arg. two bars wavy and a baton gu. Sir Boger 

d'AMOBT, L. 

Arg. two bars sa. Sir William Bbebbtok, Brere- 
ton, CO. Chester, F., the heiress m. Holte, Aston, 
Bart. Bbbbetok, Malpas, oo. Chester, de^ 
scended from Brereton of Brereton. .Bbebetok, 
Burros, co. Denbigh; Eccleston; Wetenhall; 
Tatton ; Honford ; Wolvesacre, and Barrell ; all 
descended from Brereton of Malpas. Bbebetok, 
quartering sa. two baimers arg. Bbewebtok. 
Bbubbtok. Bbebetok, Ireland. Dsake, 
CO. Huntingdon. Ellesfield. Gabbtk or 
Gabbik. Ildebtok. Gefifre de Mbbemokd, 
HarU MS, 6137, fo. 97. Pelcot or Pelott, 
Ireland. Pekbbt, Norfolk. Pillet, Ireland, 
F. Pillett or Pillott. 

Arg. two bars sa. a label gu. Gabdbk, oo. Cam- 
bridge. Sir Thomas Gabdtk, N. 

Arg. two bars sa. a label of three points gu. 
Bbetok, CO. Cambridge. 

Arg. two bars sa. a label of five points gu. 
Gabbtk, co. Cambridge. Gabdikis. Sir Tho- 
mas Gabdtk, co. Cambridge, F. 

Arg. two bars sa. a crescent gu. (? for diff.) 
Bbadshaw, CO. Chester. 

Arg. two bars sa. a mullet between them for difil 
Bbebetok. 

Arg. two bars sa. a bend erm. Fikobax. 



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AN ORDINABY OF 



BAB. S BA£8 . . . ,cont» 

Arg. two bars sa. a bend gu. Ashton. Ltnde, V. 

Arg. two bars sa. a bendlet gu. Sir Robert 

Ashton. 
Arg. two bars sa. a baton gn. Sir Robert de 

AsHTON,CoDstable of DoverCastle, V. Lynde, V. 
Arg. two bars sa. on a bend ga. three mullets or. 

Dransfield. 
Arg. two bars sa. over all a cross formy flory gu. 

Bbereton, Honford, co. Chester, Bart, de- 
scended from Brereton of Malpas, temp. 

Henry VUL 
Arg. two bars sa. over all a maunch gu. Mambt. 
Arg. two bars embattled counter-embattled sa. 

Bebvebs, Essex. 
Arg. two bars dancetty sa. Dolling, North, in 

the Isle of Purbeck, co. Dorset, granted 1613. 

GiNKELL, Earl of Athlone. 
Arg. two bars engr. sa. Faoombrioe or 

Faconbebob. Henry Fatjconbeboe,F. Kibkby. 

KntKLEY, CO. York. Rous, V, Row. Rows, 

Stockly Farva, co. Huntingdon. Staines. 

Stains. Stanes, Essex. Stayne, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. two bars engr. sa. a label gu. Stafnet or 

Statue. 
Arg. two bars fnsily sa. Faconbbboe. Sir. . . .de 

Fauconbeboe, V. 
Arg. two bars lozengy sa. Henry de 

Fauconbeboe, Y. 
Arg. two bars masculy sa. Sir Henry 

Fauconbeboe, N. 
Ai*g. two bars nebuly sa. a label of three points 

gu. M. Robert de Zeyelton, S, 
Arg. two bars nebuly sa. a bend gu. Pohbb, 

Cornwall. 
Arg. two bars nebuly sa. a bend or. Poweb, 

Bletchington, co. Surrey, granted 8 June, 1601. 
Arg. two bars sa. voided of the field. Cabswell. 
Arg. two bars wavy sa. Elchefibld. SireJohan 

de Elchesfeld, N, Sire Johan Lessend, L. 

Monsire Richard de Stapleton, F. Basset, 

Lord of Sapcote. Zeyelton. 
Arg. two bars wavy sa. a label gu. Zenelton. 

Zeyelton. 
Arg. two bars vert. Aybubo. Delayal, North- 
umberland. Habthale, CO. Derby. Sir Rich- 
ard Habthull, CO. Derby, temp. Edward I, F. 

Hebshull or Hebthall. John Hebthill, Y. 

Sire Richard de Hsbthulle, N. 
Arg. two bars vert over all a lion ramp. gu. 

Chalonbb, CO. Stafford, W. 
kr%, two bars vert over all a bendlet gu. Hbbthall. 
Az. two bars arg. Bubdett. Hilton. Kindebton, 

Leigh, co. Chester. Venables, Lord Vernon, 

quartering Vebnon, and Vebnon of Haslington. 

Sir Thomas Venables, Baron of Einderton, oo. 

Chester, F. Wilbbaham, Woodhey and Dela- 

mere, oo. Chester. 
Az. two bars arg. with a martlet for diff. Venables, 

Andover, co. Hants ; visitation 1634. 
Az. two bars arg. a bend chequy or and gu. Wil- 
liam de Leeqh, X. 
Az. two bars arg. a bend compony of the last and 

gu. Lea or Lee, co. Cumberland. 
Az. two bars arg. a bend compony or and gu. 

Leoh or Leioh, Adlington, co. Chester, F*. 

Leoh or Leigh, Isell, Cumberland, temp. 

Edw. 11. 
Az. two bars arg. a bendlet compony or and gn. 

Legh, Adlington, co. Chester, F. 
Az. two bars arg. over all a bend counter-compony 

or and gu. Leigh, 1369. Legh, of the North, 

F. Legh, Isell, co. York, F. 



BAB. S BABS. . . .eont. 

Az. two bars arg. over all a bend gu. Done. 
Lee, Plaistow, Essex; and Ratcliffe, oo. Lei- 
cester. Legh, Norbury Booth's Hall, co. Ches- 
ter. Leigh. Venables, F». 

Az. two bars arg. over all a bendlet gu. Legh, 
Bothes,co.Che8ter, F. Sir Alexander Venables, 
temp. Edward II and III, F. 

Az. two bars arg. on a bend gu. three arrows of 
the second. Done, Utkinton, Flaxyards, Dud- 
don, and Oulton, oo. Chester. 

Az. two bars arg. on a bend gu. three arrows or. 
Dawney. Donne or Doan, co. Chester. 

Az. two bars arg. on a bend go. three arrows or 
in pale with Uie bend feathered and headed of 
the second. Dawns, co. Chester, F. Sir John 
Done, Utkinton, oo. Chester, YF. 

Az. two bars arg. and a bend or. Pole. 

Az. two bars arg. on a bend or three pheons gu. 
Legh, F. I^igh, F». 

Az. two bars arg. on a lozenge sa. a lion's head 
erased or. Dabuan, oo. Chester. 

Az. two bars dancetty arg. Sir John de la 
Ryyeb, CO. Berks, F. 

Az. two bars nebuly arg. Del See or Dolsey. 
William Poole, F. Martin Del See, co. York, 
F. See. Sey. 

Az. two bars wavy arg,. Bbooksbank. Delapole. 
Halswell, Hfdswell, co. Somerset. Pole or 
De la Pole, Kingston-upon-HuU. See. 

Az. two bars erm. Hamill, Ireland. 

Az. two bars embattled counter-embattled erm. 
William Bubnby, Bumby, co. Devon, F. 

Az. two bars counter-embattled erm. Bubnaby, 
CO. Devon. 

Az. two bars nebuly erm. Sir de Holcak, F. 
Holcan. 

Az. two bars wavy erm. Holkham. Holcam and 
Holcan. 

Az. two bars erminois over all a bend counter- 
compony of the second and gu. Lee, London. 

Az. two bars or. Bbady, co. Cambridge. Sire 
William Bobdet, N, Monsire Richard Burdet, 
Y, Bubdett or Bobdet, co. Leicester. 
Bubdett, Bramcote, oo. Warwick; Formark, 
CO. Derby; and Ramsbnry, co. Wilts, Bart. 
Richard Bubdett, F. Sir William Bubdett, 
CO. Leicester, F. William Pauncefot, F, 
Pekbbuge. Pipabd. Rivebs, CO. Berks. 

Az. two bars or over all a lion ramp. g^. 
Hatcliff, F. 

Az. two bars or a bend chequy of the last and gu. 
Lee, Hartwell, co. Buckingham, Bart 

Az. two bars or. a bend gu. Bubdett. 

Az. two bars and a bend or. Leigh, Preston, co. 
York. Patte. Pott or Potts, London 
and Norfolk. Potts, Mannington, Norfolk, 
Bart., created 1641, descended from Pot, who 
had a grant of arms in 1588. Potts, Chester. 
Potts, South Shields, co. Durham. 

Az. two bars and a bendlet or. Pott, Bentham 
Hill, Kent, quartering gu. three swords erect 
ppr. with gu. a cross engr. betw. four pheons arg. 

Az. two bars or on a bend sa. three crescents of 
the second. Twithaii. 

Az. crusily two bars or. Blackbnham or 
Blaeenham, Suffolk. Sire Thomas de 
Blaeenham, N, Blonkenham. 

Az. two bars dancetty on Delahebe or Delamobe, 
CO. Berks. De la Reveb or Delabiveb, co. 
Berks. Sir William de la Reveb, co. Bucks, F. 
Richard de Rinebes, F, Sir John de la Riykbe, 
Lf Nf Y. Rivebs, co. Berks. 'Rynell. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



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BAB. 



8 BAB8 eofiL 



Az. tvo bars embattled or. Barkebt. 
A2. two bars lozengy or. Ellacott, eo. Devon. 
Ax. two bare nebuly or. Delapoole. Rtyeb or 
DelaRYTER. 

Ax. two bars wavy or. Delariver. Poole. Sir 
Wilter de la Poole, Q. 

At two bare vairy erm. and gu. Renald de 

Bbeoxtse, J. 

Cheqoj arg. and az. two bars gu. Lechche, F. 
Lkchxche, V*, 

Chequy or and az. two bars arg. Town of 
Oeebajipton, eo. Devon. 

Erm. two bare wavy az. over all a crosier in bend 
or. Aagustinian Abbey at Missenden, go. 
Bacldogham. 

Knn. two bare gu. Bakant. Bavant. Sir Walter 
Brdast, r. Johan le FiTZ W....,F. Sir 
Wtoter HxniTERcoMBE, J. Roger Manduit, F. 
MiBDUT or Manbuyt, Nortbumberland and co. 
Suffbrd. Sir Roger Manbuyt, if. Sire Ro{;er 
Macdct, N, F, or Maudyut, 0. Ncoent, Mar- 
qaess of Westmeatb. Nugent, Carlanstown, 
eo. Westmeath, Earl Nngent. Nugent, Ballin- 
loofii, CO. Westmeatb, Bart. Nugent, Ehsox. 
KcGEjfT, Moyrath, Streamstown, Teffeman, 
Calfin, Bracklyn, Drumcree, New Haggard, 
I)f5ert, Ballinacorr, Donore, Carlanstown, Cool- 
tmber, Killasonna, Robinstown, the Rosse, 
PaHas, etc, Ireland. WrasuoRTH. Workshall 
or WoBSHALL. Geflry de Wrokeshalle, Y, 
Weoxhall, Wroxhall, co. Doreet. 

Erm. two bars and over all three crescents gu. 
Waterton. 

Enn. two bare gu. over all three escocheons or. 
Sir ... . de Hall, V, 

Erm. two bars humetty gu. Dabridgcourt, co. 
Warwick. Dambernort or Dambremort. 

EniL two bare nebuly gu. Foliot. 

Ens. two bars voided gu. Huntercohbe. 

Enn. two bars or over all a lion ramp. az. 
Bagxall, CO. Stafford, and Wales. Bicknoll. 

Erm. two bars parp. Roger Mandite, Cumber- 
land, F. Maudit, F*. 

Erm. two bars sa. Francis. 

Erm. two bars wavy sa. over all a crosier in bend 
Of. Ang^stinian Abbey at Missenden, co. 
Bnekiogham. 

Enn. two bars vert. Delaval, Seaton Delaval 
and Ford Castle, North uroberland. Sir .... 
d« la Vale, Northumberland, V. John de la 
Vaux, X Devall. Hawks. Vale. Walles, 
F. 

Gb. two bare arg. Chalon. Chalons, co. Devon. 

FOKMLEY. FOXLET, CO. Bcrks. FOXLEY, V, 

M . John de Foxlee, S, Sire Johan Foxlt^, N. 

KmzFTON. Martyn, CO. Doreet. Pusey. 
Ga. two bare and a bend arg. Wallis, Welch, 

or Wklbb, Wanlip, co. Leicester, 7 Edw. I. 
Ga. two ban arg. on a bend or three leopard's 

beads aa. Higgat, Suffolk. 
Gv. two ban arg. on a bend or a torteau betw. as 

BMy leopards' fac«8 az. Highgatb, Hayes, 

Middlesex; and Rendlesham, Suffolk. Heygate, 

SoQtbend, Essex, Bart. Hygate, V. 
Gtt two bare arg. over all a millrind erm. 

PisxiBTOK, CO. Stafford. 
Go. two \mn embattled arg. Cottin, co. Somerset. 
Ga. two bare embattled on the top arg. Sir 

Thomas CoFTYN, V. 
Ga. two bare daneetty arg. William Asxant, F. 
Gi. two bare engr. arg. Grassell. Rouse. 
Ga tvo bare fusily arg. Prebton, F. 



BAB. 2 BABS cont, 

Gu. two bare voided arg. on a bend of the second 

a casUe az. Thornhill, Kent. 
Gu. two bare compony arg. and az. Burley, V. 

Roche. 
Gu. two bare erm. Botelan or Boteland. 

BoTELER,Cumberland,F. Nugent,F». Panton. 

Sir Hugh Pantone, Beamanton, F. Pantulf, 

Baron of Weme, co. Salop, the heiress m., 

terap. Henry III., Boteler of Overeley, co. 

Hereford. Thornhill, co. York. 
Gu. two bars and in the dexter chief a millrind 

erm. Sire Hugh de Pauntone, N, 
Gu. two bare erm. a bend of the firet. Workshall 

or WORSHALL. 

Gu. two bare erm. over all a bend engr. sa. 
Pentolph, CO. Salop. 

Gu. two bare wavy erm. Hurding, co. Dorset. 
Lacy, co. Oxford and co. Somereet 

Gu. two bare indented arg. and az. Hugh 
Freneyes, F. Monsire de Freyn, F. 

Go. two bare indented az. and or. Rauf Freyne, F. 

Gn. two bars or. Harcourt, Earl Harcourt. 
Harcourt, Ankerwycke, co. Buckingham, de- 
scended from Harcourt of Wignell, Sussex, 
and of Stanton Harcourt, co. Oxford. Sir 
Robert Harcourt, oo. Leicester, F. John de 
Harcourte, C. Sir John de Harcourt, J, 
and with a label of three points az. his son 
John, J. Sir John de Harecourt, L, N. Le 
Conte de Harecourte, F. Sire de Harecourte, 
F. Hill, Suffolk. 

Gu. two bare or on a label of three points az. 
nine plates. William de Harcourt, grand- 
queux de France, 1410 ; glass in Evreux ca- 
thedral. 

Gu. two bare or over all a lion ramp. arg. 
Peverell. 

Gu. two bare or over all on a bend arg. three 
talbots' heads erased sa. Godden, Leybom 
Castle, 1574, and Finchden, TeDterden, Kent. 

Gu. two bare daneetty or. Asamuz. Asnantes. 
Samler. 

Gu. two bare wavy or. Brewer, co. Devon, F. 
Bruer. Bruvere. Rivers, River, or De la 
River, co. Berks. 

Gu. two bare per fess indented arg. and az. Hue 
deFRENB(orFRECiA),E. M deFRENE,F. 

Gu. two bare vair. Castell. Hugh de Fren, F. 
Frene. Grimstead or Grimsted. Grimsteed, 
CO. Doreet. Grinstead, co. Somereet. Moreton. 
Mortemer. Robert Mortimer, i4. Hugh de 
MoRTEMER, K. Robert de Mortijier, D, E7, F, 
Sir Hugh de Mortymer, H. Hugh Morton, 
F. John Mortymer, F. Say, Richard's Castle, 
CO. Hereford, F. Talbot, Castle-Richard, V. 
William Talbot, F. Sire Richard Talebot, 0; 
and with a pierced mullet arg. in the dexter 
chief for diff. M. Gilbert Talbot, S. 

Gu. crusily or two bare vair. William de 
Mortimer, F, Mortymer. 

Gu. two bare vairy or and az. Hugh Mortimer, J. 

Gn. two bare vairy vert and or. Grimsted, co. 
Doreet. 

Or two bare az. Aske, co. York. Burdett. 
Crehall or O'Crehall, Ireland. Fitz -Ralph, 
temp. Henry III. Hackebecke. Sir Robert 
Hakebech, F. M. Reynald Hakenbeche, 

8, Hakbeech or Hakebeche. Harkeyn. 
Harmantle. Hermentall. Poole, co. Derby. 

Or two bare az. over all a lion ramp, guard gu. 
Oxburoh or Oxborough, King's Lynn, and 
Emneth, Norfolk. 

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BAE. 



2 BABS.... cont. 



Or two bars az. over all a bend gu. Quafled, 

QUAFEIADE, or QUAPPELAD. 

Or two bars az. an eagle displ. gn. Garneoott. 

Or two bars az. over all on a cbev. gu. three 
mullets of six points arg. Talworthe, F*. 

Or two bars wavy az. Pole or Pale, Norfolk. 
Poole, Norfolk. 

Or two bars bendy of six gu. and az. Jakys, V, 

Or two bars wreathed bendy of eight az. and gu. 
Jakys, V*, 

Or two bars gu. Cameron, Nea House, Christ 
Church, CO. Hants. Chalmers, Scotland. 
Chalun,^. Halbecke. Sir .... deHARMANViLL, 
F. Harcourt, E. William Harecourt, Y. 
William Harecurt, F. John de Harcourt, 
O. Sir John de Harcort, N, Richard de 
Harecourt, B, Richard Harecourt, P. 

Thomas Harecourte, S. Harold. Manvoysin 
or Mansyne. Petney, Ireland. Bartholomew 
de SuLEE, D. Sulley. Robert Suylly, Y, 

WiNTERSELL, CO. WiltS. 

Or two bars gu. a label of five points az. 

Harcourt. 
Or two bars gu. a label of three points sa. 

WlNTERSHALL, W, 

Or two bars gu. a label of five points throughout 

sa. WlNTERSHALL, Wiutershall, Surrey, and 

Little Stoke, co. Oxford. 
Or two bars gu. over all a lion ramp, of the 

second. Breners. 
Or two bars gu. a bend az. Wake, Kent. 
Or two bars gu. a bendlet az. Wake, Kent, F. 
Or two bars and a bend gu. Palmer. 
Or two bars gu. a bend of the first. Wake, Kent. 
Or two bars dancetty gu. Harken. 
Or two bars indented gu. Derncoorte. 
Or two bars inveoted above but engr. below gu. 

BoxLE, F*. Boxle Anabelles, F. 
Or two bars nebuly gu. a bend az. Lonell. 
Or two bars wavy gu. in chief a label of three 

points of the last each point charged with a 

martlet arg. Rawry, Essex. 
Or two bars per pale indented vert and az. 

Sustan, F. 
Or two bars per pale indented vert and gu. 

Suston. 
Or two bars sa. Deynes, Norfolk. Sire de 

Dist, D. Pekrey, Norfolk. Pevee, Norfolk, 

F. PUERAY. 

Or two bars with a label of five points sa. John 
de Wintersuulle, E, 

Or two bars sa. in chief a pierced mullet gu. 
GefiVy Meremone, A. 

Or two bars sa. on the uppermost a mullet. 
Penrey, Norfolk. 

Or two bars sa. a mullet ar. Pevere. 

Or two bars sa. on the uppermost a mullet pierced 
ar. Pever or Pinbr, Norfolk. PrvER. 

Or two bars sa. a pile counterchanged. EMOHAMor 
Enoleham, CO. Norfolk. 

Or two bars engr. sa. Bramtwart. 

Ortwobarsvairyarg.andsa. Litcott. Lydcotte, 
CO. Buckingham ; Woodburcot, oo. Northamp- 
ton ; and Surrey. Lytcott, co. Buckingham ; 
Stratford-Langthome, Essex; and Maulsey, 
Surrey. Stone, F», quartering with gu. two 
bars vairy or and sa., or three fieursdelis 

Or two bars vairy arg. and sa. in chief a mullet. 

Lytcott. 
Or two bars vert Abeck or Habeck. Arbreth, 

CO. Lancaster. Herthall or Herthvll. 



BAB. 8 BABS . . . .conU 

Per ohev. sa. and arg. in chief two barmlets of 
the last. Allerton. 

Per fesse az. and gu. two bars or. Holt or Holte. 

Per fesse embattled az. and gu. the base masoned 
sa. with crosses botonny of the last, t. e. loop- 
holes as in fortifications, in chief two bars 
wavy arg. over all in pale a sword of the last 
hilt and pomel or on the blade a key. City of 
Bath, co. Somerset. 

Per pale arg. and gu. two bars counterchanged. 
Barret, F. 

Per pale .... and .... two bars nebuly . . •• 
John de Dauntesey's seal, F. 

Per pale arg. and gu. two bars nebuly counter- 
changed. Danosey, London. 

Per pale arg. and or two bars nebuly gu. William 
Dancy, Alderman of London, F. Walter 
Daundsey, F. 

Per pale arg. and sa. two bars dancetty counter- 
changed. Enderbee. 

Per pale az. and gu. two bars or. John Holte, 
CO. Lancaster, F. 

Per pale or and gu. two bars counterchanged. 
Derpatrick. 

Per pale or and sa. two bars vert. Harthill. 

Per pale vert and or two bars counterchanged. 
Tregender, Tregender, Cornwall ; the heiress 
m. Nanspian. 

Sa. two bars arg. Sir John Brerton, F. Fowkes, 
London. Sir Robert Touke, co. Cambridge, F. 

TONKET. 

Sa. two bars arg. an annulet of the second. Moston. 

Sa. two bars arg. a label of three i>oints ga, 
Zenelton, F. 

Sa. two bars engr. arg. Roosor RossE,Rousor 
Rouse, Letton, Norfolk ; and Rouse-Lench,co. 
Worcester. Rouse, M arket- Harborough, co. Lei- 
cester; descended firom Rouse of Rouse-Lench. 

Sa. two bars humetty arg. Cambridoe. 

Sa. two bars nebuly arg. Martyn, co. York. 

Sa. two bars arg. voided gu. Rooerwat. 

Sa. two bars wavy arg. Ellesfield. 

Sa. two bars arg. corded or wreathed gu. Way 
or Waye, Great Torrington, co. Devon, eon- 
firmed 1574. 

Sa. two bars wreathed arg. and gu. Roger Waye, F. 

Sa. two bars nebuly erm. Sir Robert Spencer, 
F. Spencer, Spencerscourt, co. Devon, Z, 333. 

Sa^two bars wavy erm. Spencer, co. Devon. 

Sa. two bars or. Benet de Blakeham, E, Beges 
de Blakelio, F, 

Sa. two bars or on a bend arg. three escallops gu. 
Layton. Leiohton. 

Sa. two bars engr. or. HenryGRASELL,F. Gbassell. 

Sa. two bars wavy paly wavy az. and arg. 

ROOERWAY. 

Sa. two bars vair. Hackon, Norfolk. 

Sa. two bars vairy arg. and vert. Babkeley. 
Brakeley. Brakley, F. Hallom, Northum- 
berland. 

Vair two bars gu. Inoerham. Walkinoame, 
Ridmer, HarL 3f£f., 6580. Walkinoham , Earn- 
ham, CO. York. Allain de Walkingham of Red- 
mer, Y. John de Walkingham, F. Sir John 
de Walkingham, 3f , N. 

Vert two bars or. Cokayne. 

2 BABS and in chief. . . . 

(Some of the following coats should probably be 
blasoned Barry. . . .and on a ohief. . . . ) 
Annulets 

Arg. two bars and in ohief three annulets az. 
Cramlington, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



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BAR t IAB8 aiidiAehiflf....cont. 

Aanvleti eont. 
Arg. tvo bars sa. in chief three EDnulets of the 

seeond. Bubdeaux. Bukdeux, V, 
Go. two btra arg. in chief three annulets of the 

seeood* Gregory de Ank, Y, Anke, V. Anke 

or Akzet. Acks, F. Dbane or Deanke. 

OntooN. Griosok. Grigson, Saham Toney, 

liorfolk. Michell de Spalding, Y. 
Sa. tvo bars enn. in chief three annnlets or. 

Galleys. 

Beast (Dog) 
Aig. two bars gn. in chief a greyhound in foil 

course sz. Bosmeb or Bosumers, Comwdl. 
Aig. two bars gn. in chief a greyhound pass sa. 

SopwiTHf eo. Lincoln. 
St. two bars arg. in chief a talbot pass, of the se- 
cond. Hatwaju), Tandridge Hall, Surrey. 

Hewasde or Hatward, London; and Tonbridge 

Court, Surrey. 

(Lion) 
Aif . two bars gu. in chief a lion pass, of the se- 

coad. BcENBY. Louche or Lowche. 
Aif . tvo bars gu. in chief a lion pass, guard, of 

the second. Bubnaby or Bubnebt, Watford, 

eo. Northampton; the co-heirs m. Bathurst 

isdLangham. Bubnabt, Baggrave Hall, co. 

Leieester; Erington, co. Leicester; derived 

from Bnmaby of Watford. Bubnbt, V, 
Arf. two bars gu. in chief a lion pass, guard, per 

ptU of the second and yert. Bubnaby, Brough- 

tOD Hall, eo. Oxford, Bart. 
Arg. two bars sa. spotted erm. in chief a lion 

pss§. gu. Hnx, St. John*s, co. Wexford. 
Az. two bars wavy arg. in chief a lion pass, guard. 

or. Tayleb or Taylob, London ; granted 1592. 
£nn. two bars gn, in chief a demi lion ramp, of 

the second. Dbaton, F. Dbayton or Dbaton. 

De FiKiON. Fbenye or Fbeyne. 
Oil two bars erm. in chief a lion passant or. 

CosToioEB, Yarmouth. Giffobd. Gyssabd. 

HoL, Bury S. Edmund's, Suffolk. Hnj^ Yar. 

Booth and Lynn, Norfolk. 
^B. two bars erm. in chief a lion pass, per pale 

or and arg. Hill, Dennis, co. Stafford ; Blaen- 

avoo, CO. Monmouth. Hill, Hales, Norfolk. 
Oil two bars or in chief a lion pass. arg. Hill, 

ea Somerset, V; and Suffolk. 
On. two ban and in chief a lion pass. or. TTtt.t., 

r»; Robert Tbxooz, V. John Tobington. V. 

TOIUKGTON, F*. 

On. two bars and in chief a lion pass, guard, or. 

TiEooosE or Tbbgooze, V*, 
Or two bars az. in chief a lion pass, of the last. 

Gieooby, CO. Leicester, and Stivic Hall, near 

Coreniry, co. Warwick. Gbeooby, descended 

froni Gregory of Stivio Hall, quartering Dymoke, 

LcoLowr, Marmion, etc. 
Or two bars az. in chief a lion pass, of the second 

crowned of the first. Gbeooby, Lastingham, 

CO. York. 
Or two bars az. in chief a lion pass, of the last 

doealJy crowned gu. Gbeooby, Greenwich, 

Kent, and Westminster, Middlesex. Wads, 

eo. Oxford. 
Or two bars az. in chief a lion ramp, of the second. 

GnooEY, Siockwitb, co. Lincoln. 
Or two bsrs az. in the sinbter point a Uon ramp. 

>a. on a canton gu. a chaplet arg. Holmes. 
6a. tvo bars wavy arg. in chief a lion pass, guard. 

oftbekat Mould. 
Y«rt two bars arg. in chief a lion pass, guard, or 
OtisiBZLL, Grecohin, Middlesex. 



BAB. 2 BAB8 and in ohiaf.... coiU. 

Beast (Lion) eont 

Vert two bars erm. in chief a lion pass, guard, or. 
Gbeenhill, London, granted 1608. 
Beasts (2 Lioni) 

Gu. two bars arg. in chief as many lions ramp, of 
the last. Spenceb. 
(8 Lions) 

Sa. two bars or in chief three demi lions ramp, of 
the second. Wendoveb, Salisbury, cof\firmed 
14 June, 1615. 

Arg. two bars sa. in chief three lions ramp, of the 
second. Howland, Cambridge ; London ; and 
Streatham, Surrey ; granted 1584. 

Az. two bars or in chief three lions ramp, of the 
second. Bbady. 
Bird (Eagle) 

Gu. two bars or over all a bend engr. vair in chief 
an eagle displ. of the second. Lee, Ebford, 
00. Devon ; granted 1759. 
^Falcon) 

Sa. two bars vairy arg. and vert in chief a falcon 
close or betw. two bezants. Hacon, Ipswich, 
and Whiteacre, Norfolk. 
(MarUet) 

Sa. two barrulets rairy arg. and vert in chief a 
martlet. . . .betw. two plates. Hacon, Topecroft, 
Norfolk. 

(Swan) 

.... two bars wavy . • . • from the upper one a 
swan issuing close .... Maddock. 
Birds (2 Martlets) 

Arg. two bars sa. in chief as many martlets of the 
last Denton, F. Englenton de Hibemia. 
(8 Cooks) 

Arg. two bsrs gu. in chief three cocks of the se- 
cond. Badcock. BlakestonEjF*. Blackstone, 
Castle Priory, Walliogford, co. Berks. Sir 
Matthew Blakiston, Lord Mayor of London in 
1760, Baronetcy 1768. Blakiston, Blakiston, 
CO. Durham ; and its branches, Gibside, New- 
ton Hall, Old Malton, Seaton, and Thornton 
HalL Plackeston, Newcastle-on-Tyne, F. 

Arg. two barrulets in chief three cocks gu. 
Blaxton, Sussex. 

Arg. two bars sa. in chief three cocks gu. 
Blaxton. 

(8 Martlets) 

Arg. two bars and in chief three martlets gu. 
Anstabeth, F. Anstaboth. Anstalboth, F. 
Denton, Ainstable; Cardew, co. Cumberland, 
1686, descended from Denton of Denton. 
MocLEs, F. Moncles. 

Arg. two bars gu. in chief three martlets sa. 
Weeding. Sir Rauf de Wedone, J^T. Sir Bauf 
Wedone, CO. Buckingham, temp. Edward I, F. 
Weedon, Weeton or Weton, co. Buckingham, 
CO. Dorset, and co. Lancaster, temp. Henry IIL 

Arg. two bars and in chief three martlets sa. 
Aguonby, Aglionby, Carlisle, Nunnery, and 
Newbiggin Hall, Cumberland. Aglionby of 
the North, F. Cabill, London. Eaoleby. 
Eguonby or Eoleby, co. Warwick. 

Gu. two bars and in chief three martlets arg. 
Washington. Weshtogton. Weishinoton, F. 

Gu. two bars erm. in* chief three martlets or. 
Sacbe, Kent, granted 1614. Sabe, Norton, 
Kent, confirmed 7 Feb. 1618-4. 

Sa. two bars or in chief three martlets arg. 
Hawkesfobd. 
BacUet 

Arg. two bars sa. in chief three buckles az. 

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HA'R- 8 BABS and in chief. . . »cont, 

BaoUes cont. 

Arg. two bars sa. in chief three round buckler az. 
Butler. Luther, Myles's, Essex, temp. Henry 
VIII ; the co-heirs m. Fane of Wormsley, and 
Taylor. Luther. 
Canton 

Arg. two bars and a canton az. Bynglet or 
Bynley. Lathbury. Pipard or Pypard. 
TwYFORD, London, temp. Richard II. 

Arg. two bars and a canton az. charged with a 
martlet of the first (another or). Lathbury, 
Holme, CO. Derby, visitation 1611. Lathbury, 
F*. Lathebury, K. 

Arg. two bars az. on a canton of the last a 5-foil 
of the first. Peperde. 

Arg. two bars az. on a CRnton of the last a 5-foil 
or. PicARD. Sir Bauf Pipard, G.J; or Pypard, 
F. Piper. 

Arg. two bars az. on a canton go. a 5 foil or. 
Rauf PiPART, E. 

Arg. two bars az. a canton sa. Paul or Paule, 
Norfolk ; and Lambeth, Surrey. 

Arg. two bars az. on a canton sa. a 5 foil or. 
Pypard, co. Worcester. 

Arg. two bars and a canton gu. Berdsey. Cis- 
tercian Abbey at Bitixsden, co. Buckingham. 
Boi8,F». Bois,£. Eraaud de Bois, F. Nicol 
de BoRSE, £, Harl MS. 6137. Emald de 
Boyes; Amald del Boyis, C. Ernaud de Boys, 
B. John de Boys, A^ or del Boyes, D. Sir 
Robert Boys, co. Lincoln, V. Boys, Lincoln. 
Broughton, CO. Lancaster. Bynley. Copland. 
Corbet, V, M. Robert Corbet, S. Deane, 
Yatton, CO. Hereford. Fuller, Norfolk and 
Suffolk. Kirby, Nottingham, temp. Elizabeth. 
Kirkeby. Stakeland. Strickland. Sir 
"Walter de Striklande, N. 

Arg. two bars and canton gn. a label of three 
points of the first. M.Robert Corbet, the son, S. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a cross 
moline of the first Kirby. Kirkby, Kirkby, 
CO. York ; Rowoliff, oo. Lancaster ; anti Cum- 
berland. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
cross moline or. Headwobth. Kirby, Not- 
tingham. M. Richard deKYRKEBY,S. Sir Roger 
Kyrkby, Kyrkby, co. York, V. Kyrkeby, co. 
York, F. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a 5-foil 
pierced or. Corbet. 

Arg. two bars gn. on a canton of the last a muUet 
of the first. Boys. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a mallet 
or. Kirkby. 

Arg. two bars and a canton gu. over all a fillet sa. 
Bois or de Boys, 1315; in Ingham church, 
Norfolk. 

Arg. two bat's and a canton gu. over all a bend az. 
Copland. Sir John Coupland, F. 

Arg. two bars and a canton gu. over all a bend sa. 
Copland, Boston, co. Lincoln. Sire Johan du 
Boys, N. Boys, Boston, Norfolk. 

Arg. two bars gu. debruised by a bend sa. over all 
a canton of the second. Copeland, London ; 
and Bootlc, Cumberland. 

Arg. two bars and a canton gu. a bendlet sa. 
M. Roger le Boys, S. 

Arg. two bars sa. a canton erm. Marshall, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1745. 

Arg. two bars nebuly sa. a canton gu. Brokesby, 
Sholey, co. Leicester. Escanton or Stanton, 
CO. Leicester. 



BAB. 8 BABS and in eliief . . . »€ont. 

Canton eont. 
Arg. two bars and a canton sa. Benley, Bentley 

or Benley, F*. Benly or Bently, F. James 

de Bois, E. Boy. Boys, Lincoln. Dubois, F. 
Az. two bars or a canton sa. Hill, London. 
Erm. two bars and a canton gu. Borse or Borsey. 

Boyes. Nicol du Boyse or Bois, E. 
Gu. two bars and a canton arg. Deane. De 

Dene, F. Dene, co. Hereford. Dent. 
Gu. two bars the upper erm. the lower arg. a 

canton of the second. Harowdon, F. 
Gu. two bars and a canton erm. Harowdon, V*. 
Gu. two bars or a canton erm. St. John. 
Gu. two bars voided or a canton erm. Bbigos, 

Norfolk. 
Or two bars and a canton az. Scarborough or 

Scarburoh, Norfolk. Skarborouoh, F. 
Or two bars az. a canton erm. Goucell. 
Or two bars az. and a canton erm. in chief a 

fleur-de-lis sa, Gowcell, Dinner, Norfolk. 
Or two bars and a canton gu. Boys, Lincoln. 

Bramshow. Corbet. Fitzwallen, Essex. 
Or two bars and a canton gu. over all a bend sa. 

Coupland. 
Or two bars sa. a canton erm. Wescomb, co. 

Somerset. 
Sa. two bars nebuly arg. a canton gu. Brokesby: 

and with a mullet gu. on th^ canton, Sir John 

Brokesby, co. Leicester, F. * 
Sa. two bars or a canton erm. Westcombe, Bart 
Vair two bars gu. a canton or. Fynon. 

on a Canton. . . .Beait (Deer) 
Sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a buck 

of the first attired or. Buxton, Buxton, oo. 

Der)<y ; Brassington, co. Leicester. 

(Lion) 
Arg. two bars gn. on a canton of the first a lion 

pass .... Belunoham. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 

lion pass, of the field. Boyes, (Haybrooke, co. 

Leicester. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a cant, of the second a lion pass. 

guard, of the first. William de Lancaster, K. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a lion 

pass. or. Baron, V*. The Baron of Babton,F. 

Kendall. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a lion 

pass, guard, or. John de Lancaster, a Baron 

in 1 290. Lancaster, Craokhouse, Cumberland ; 

and Rainhill, co. Lancaster. Sir John 

Lancaster, F. Roger de Lancaster, E. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a lion 

ramp. or. Lancaster. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a lion 

ramp, guard, or. Sire Johan de Lancaster, N. 
Az. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a lion 

ramp. gu. Grey. 
Or two bars az. on a canton of the last a lion pass* 

of the first. Wilson, F. 
....Beaats 
.... two bars .... on a canton .... two lions . • . • 

pass .... Baron. 

....BilleU 
Or two bars az. on a canton arg. five billets sa. 

JuoLER, Ryegate, Surrey. Juoler. 
....Bird 
Gu. two bars arg. on a canton of the last a martlet 

sa. RocuLL, 00. Hants. 
....Buckle 
Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the last a buckle 

or. Twiford or Twyford, co. Leicester, Lord 

Mayor of London, 1388. 



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21 



BAB. 8 BA£8 and in ehief . . . .cont. 

oaftGuiton .... Castle 
Aig. two bars on a canton .... a tower triple- 

tovered. Casstle. 
Gn. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a 

castle Bt. Sire William del Chastel, N. 

DrxcisTLE, CO. Wankick. 
Go. two bars arg. on a canton of the last a tower 

triple-towered sa. Sir William Castell, or 

de Chasteix, co. Warwick, V, 
Go. two bars arg. on a canton sa. a tower of the 

second. Chastelx, F*. 

.... Chesi rook 
Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 

chess rook or. Bbatlfobd, V. 
• •• .Chevron 
Az. two bars arg. on a canton sa. a chev. betw. 

three pbeons of the second. Hill, London. 
Az. two bars arg. on a canton sa. a chev. of the 

second charged with a griffin's head erased of 

the third betw. two mullets gu. Hill. 
Go. two bars or on a canton sa. a chev. betw. 

three pbeons arg. charged with a wolf's head 
era^ betw. two mullets of the first. Hill, 
Lord Major of Xiondon, 1549. Hill, co. 
Siiq». 

....Cross 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a cross 

«ooped .... Latimer. 
Aif. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 

aws of the first. Brenton. Brunoom or 

Bbouobton, F. Brouohton, Broughton, co. 

Stafford ; Doddington Hall, co. Chester, Bart. 

Brouohton, Lowndham, co. Nottingham ; Tun- 
stall Halt, CO. Salop ; descended from Brough- 
ton of Broughton. 
Aif . tvo bars gu. on a canton of the last a cross 

erosslet fitchy of the field. Mobberlet. 
Ar^ two bars gu. on a canton of the last a cross 

engr. of the field charged with an annulet az. 

for die Broughton. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 

cn»8 avellane or. Eirkby, Cumberland ; Row- 

difl^ CO. Lancaster ; and Kirkbjr , co. York. 
Arg. t«o bars gn. on a canton of the second a 

cross cnHslet or. Ktrbt. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 

cross fnsil J or. Kirbt. 
Arg. two bars gn. on a canton sa. a cross engr. of 

the field. Brouohton. 
Arg. two bars aa. on a canton of the second a cross 

formj of the first charged with an annulet gu. 

BciaLrr, co. Nottingham. 
Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the last a cross 

iBotiiie of the first. Kirelay. 
Or two bars az. on a canton gu. a cross fiory arg. 

Atton. 

• • • .SMueheon 
Arg. two bars gn. on a canton of the last an 

e>ciichaon of the fintt. Martyn, Durham. 
• . ■ • X ees 
Afg. two bars az. on a canton or a fess gu. in 

chief three k>zenges of the last. Saxford. 
....Fish 
Ca.two bars arg. on a canton az. a dolphin em- 

bowed or. Panton. Sussex, granted 1015. 
....Flenr-de-lifl 
Ar%. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 

Ccv-de-lis or. Vincent, Firby and Warms- 

•iinh, CO. Yol^c 

....Flower 
^ tvo barn az. on a canton of the second a rose 
• «r. Sir Ralph Pipaad or Pytard, i^, G, J. 



BAB. 8 BABS and in oMef . . . ,cont, 

on a Canton .... Flower eont, 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a rose 
of the first. Dawest. Derwentwater. 

Drinkwater. 

Ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a rose or. 
Dawentwater, V, Derwent, V. Derwent- 
water, K. Drinkwater. Sir Thomas 
Lancaster, Q. 

Or two bars az. on a canton erm. a rose gn. 
HoLXEDE, CO. Chester. 
....8-Foil 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
Sfoil slipped or. Vincent, co. York. 
....5-Foil 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton az. a 5-foil or. 
Pypard, CO. Gloucester, temp. Henry II. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
5-foil of the first. Beckinoham, co. Berks and 
Essex. Derwentwater, V. Lancaster, Rich- 
mond, CO. York. Preston, Preston, co. Lan- 
caster, Z, 363. Preston, V. Sometimes the 
canton arg. and 5-foil gu. Ditrant- Water or 
' Drinkwater, London. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
5-foil or. Lancaster, Hichmond, co. York. 
William Lancaster, Hertsep, V. Preston, F. 
Preston, Cumberland. Preston, Preston 

Bichard, Preston Patrick, and Nether Levens, 
Westmoreland ; from ¥^ich sprang the Prestons 
of Furoess, Holker, and EUel, co. Lancaster. 
Preston, Flashy Hall, co. York. Preston, 
Moreby, co. York. Preston, co. Lancaster, 
and Up-Ottery, co. Devon. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a 5-foil 
pierced or. Corbet. M. John Derwentwater, 
S, 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the last a 5-foil 
of the first. Twiford or Twyford, co. 

Leicester. 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the last a 5-foil 
erm. Twyford. 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 5-foil 
or. Twiford or Twyford, co. Leicester, and 
Frostdyke, co. Lincoln. Twyford, Trotton, 
Midhurst, Sussex. Twyford, quartered by 
Jollifie. Sir Johan de Tuyforde, N, Sir 
Robert Twyford, V, Twifford or Twyford, 
L. 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 5-foil 
pierced 6r. Pipard or Pipart. M. Robert 
Twyford. S, 

Erm. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
5-foil or. Sir Richard Preston, Westmore- 
land, V. 

.... Oarb 

Arg. two-bars sa. on a canton of the last a garb 
of the first. Wever or Weeyer, Temhill, co. 
Salop. 

Sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the last a garb of 
the first, Wever, co. Chester. Edward Wyver, 
CO. Chester, V. 

Sa. two bars aig. on a canton of the first a garb 
of the second. Weever, Weever, co. Chester. 

Sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the first a gai-b 
or. Wever. Wever, Wever. Weverham. 
WrvER, Wiverton, co. Chester. Wever, Aston, 
CO. Chester, with due diff., Harl, MS, 1535, fo. 
287, 296. 

Sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a garb 
betw. four passion nails or. Dedwood. 

Sa. two bars arg. on a canton gu. a . garb or. 
Wever. 



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BAB. 8 BARS and in chief. . . .cont, 

on a Canton cont. Hand 

Arg. two bars az. on a canton ga. a gauntlet grasp- 
ing a broken sword ppr. hUt and pomel gold. 
Stamford, Derby : quartered by Caldwell. 
....Head (Beaet) Boar 

Arg. two bars ga. on a canton of the second a 
boar's head couped arg. ( another or ) . Pakeman. 

.... Lion 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
Hon's head erased or. Kibby, Meophtham's 
Bank, Tonbridge, Kent. Kirby, Waterford. 
Kyrby. 

....Wolf 

Arg. two bars az. a chief of the last on a canton 
sa. a wolf's head erased of the field. Wilbraham, 
Nantwich and Rode, co. Chester; descended 
from Wilbraham of Delamere. 

Az. two bars arg. on a canton sa. a wolf's head 
erased of the second. Sir Richard Wilbram, V, 

Az. two bars arg. on a canton sa. a wolf's head 
erased of the second langued gu. AVilbraham. 
....Ink-moline 

Ou. two bars erm. on a canton sa. an ink-moline 
arg. Layard. PANTON,Bishopwearmoutb, Dur- 
ham. Panton, CO. Denbigh and North Wales. 

Gu. two bars or on a canton sa. an ink-moline 
erm. Panton, North Wales, and co. Denbigh. 
....Loienge 

Arg. two bars gu. on a' canton of the second a 
lozenge arg. (another or). Derwentwater, V. 
....Maede 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the last a masde 
of the first. Marshe or Marsh, co. Lincoln. 
....Mannch 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
maunoh of the first Bardesey, Bardbsley, or 
Barosey, CO. Lancaster. Berdesey, Berosey, 
and Berdesley. Bardsey or Berdsay, co. 
Lancaster, V. Bradsey, co. York. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a mannch 
or. Barzey, Shrewsbury. 
....Mullet 

Arg. two bars az. on a canton of the second a 
mullet or. M. Avery Britchebury, S, 

Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
pierced mullet or. Lancaster, Stockbridge. 

Arg. two bars nebuly sa. on a canton gu. a mullet 
or. Brokesby. 

Arg. two bars nebuly sa. on a canton gu. a mullet 
pierced or. Brackesby. 

Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 
mullet or. Twyford, Mill ward, co. Salop. 

Erm. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a mullet 

or. GWERRY. 

....Pheon 
Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 

Sheon of the first Binolby, oo. Flint and 
[iddlesex, 1605. 

....Baltire 
Arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the first a saltire 
of the second. Brouohton, Henley, co. Salop. 
....Wreath 
Arg. two bars sa. on a canton of the second a 

chaplet or. Twytord, V. 
Or two bars az. on a canton arg. a chaplet of 

laurel ppr. Holxe. 
Or two bars az. on a canton gu. a chaplet arg. in 
the sinister point a lion ramp. sa. Holmes. 
Chief 
Arg. two bars wavy az. a chief or. Bidbford. 
Arg. two bars and a chief gu. Moione. 
Arg. two bare sa. a chief gu. Moynes. 



BAB. 8 BAB8 and in ohief . . ,.cont. 

Chief cont. 

Az. two bars and a ohief ai^g. Newbald. Newbou). 

Az. two bars arg. a chief erm. Barton. 

Az. two bars arg. a chief gu. Hugh Danteli^, y. 
Hugh Seinttle, Y. 

Az. two bars arg. a chief per fess indented erm. 
and of the second a canton or. Hotham, V*. 

Az. two bars dancetty or a chief arg. Stonob, 
Stonor, CO. Oxford, Baron Camoys, quartering 
Camoys. 

Az. two bars dancetty and a chief or. Sir William 
Stoker, V, John Stonere or de Stonor, F. 

Az. two bars and a ohief indented or. Maib 
or Hare, Scotland. 

Az. two bars or a chief per fess indented erm. 
and arg. and a canton or. Hotham. 

Gu. two bars voided and a chief arg. over all a 
bend sa. Thornhiix. 

Gu. two bars arg. a ohief erm. Thompson, Pel- 
ham Raytor, Kent 

Gu. two bars or a chief indented arg. Hare, 
Suffolk. 

Gu. two bars and a chief or. Richmond. 

Gu. two bars and a ohief dancetty or. Habe, 
Harl. MS, 1078, p. 17. 

Gu. two bars or a chief indented of the last. 
CoLRANE. Sir Nicholas Hare, Heroerfield, 
Suffolk, V. Hare, Stow Bardolph, Norfolk, 
Bart., quartering Crane. Hare, Earl of Us- 
towell. Hare, Lord Coleraine. Hare, Docking 
Hall ; Staohoe Hall, Norfolk, descended from 
Hare of Stow Bardolph. 

Or. two bars az. a chief gu. Manners or Mannobs. 
Manners, Ethale or Etall, Northumberland. 
M. John Maners, 5, Y. Maners, Lord Rods, Z^ 
395. Sir Robert de Manners, Af. Sir Robert 
Manners, F, Y. De Manners, F. Manxebs, 
Long Framlington, Northumberland. 

Or two bars and a chief gu. Bery. Harcoubt. 

Or two bars and a chief indented gu. Montaoh. 

Sa. two bars and a chief arg. Froonaix. 

Sa. two bars or a chief arg. Froohai^ or 
Frognall, Kent John Frooenhall, Kent, 
V. Froonall, V. 
on a Chief. . . . Annulets 

Az. two bars arg. on a chief of the second three 
annulets gu. Cooke, Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer in Ireland, granted 20 July, 1612. 
De Grey, Baron Walsingham. 

Az. two bars arg. on a chief of the second three 
annulets sa. Cramungton. Cromlingtok, F. 

Or two bars dancetty (another indented) sa. on a 
chief az. three annulets arg. Becke, co. Beriu 
and CO. Lincoln. Thomas Beke, Arley White- 
Knights, CO. Berks, F. 

Or two bars dancetty sa. surmounted by the fasces 
in pale ppr. on a chief az. three annulets arg. 
Beck, Creeting St Mary and Needham Mar- 
ket, Suffolk; descended from Becke, co. 
Lincoln. 

Or two bars dancetty sa. on a chief az. three an- 
nulets of the first Thomas Beke, F. 
....Beait (Dog) 

Arg. two bars az. over all three buck's heads ca- 
bossed or on a chief of the third a talbot gu. 
betw. two annnlets sa. Woodward, co. Buck- 
ingham. 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the last a grey- 
hound courant por pale or and erm. St. Albons. 
William Skipwith, St Alban's, F. 

Sa. two bars arg. on a chief of the second a grey- 
hound courant of the first. Skifwith, Norfolk. 



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BA&. SBAB8 sod in ehiflf.... conl. 

tt t Cldflf cont. Beast (lion) 
Aig. two bars az. on a chief gn. a lion pass, or 

eoUtred of the second. Dexabdeston, Suffolk. 
Aig. two bars nebnly az. on a chief per pale of the 

first and sa. a lion pass, guard, oountercbanged. 

Ttxoili/>n, V. 
Arg. two bars gn. on a chief of the last a lion 

passant or. Deyebson. 
Aig. two bars nebnly (or wavy) sa. on a chief gu. 

a lion pass, guard, or. Le Staple, T. 
Aig. two bars wavy sa. on a chief per pale of the 

first and second a lion pass, counterchanged. 

TWOLETOS. 

Ax. two bars arg. on a chief of the second a demi 

lioD ramp, issuing gu. Egrenhall or Eobeyale. 

Ae. two bars arg. on a chief gu. a lion pass. or. 

DEfESTOK, F*. 

Az. two bars arg. on a chief gu. a lion pass, guard. 

or. Dkxasdeston. Sir Piers Denabdeston, 

Svffiak, temp. Edward I, V, Sir Pere de 

Bkixabdestoxe, N. Jamerdeston, Suffolk. 

Az. two bars wavy arg. on a chief or a demi lion 

map. sa bezanty. Smtth. 
Az. two btrs arg. on a chief or a lion passant gn. 

Waldbov. 
Az. two bars wavy erm. on a chief or a demi lion 
nop. issoant ermines. Smyth, West Ham, 
Essex, and Stoke Prior, co. Worcester. 
Az. two btrs wavy erm. on a chief or a demi lion 

ranp. gu. Smith, co. Worcester. 
As. two Ws wavy erm. on a chief or a demi lion 
ramp, issaaot gu. Smith, Hough, co. Chester ; 
ecmfirwud 7 July, 1579. Smith, London. 
Az. two bars wavy erm. on a chief or a demi lion 
ramp, issoant sa. Sir James Smith, Kt, Alder- 
Bao of London. Sir Thomas Smtth, Hough, 
eo. Chester, F. Ferdinando Dudley Lea. Smith, 
Halesowen Orange, co. Worcester, the senior 
eo-beir to the title of Baron Dudley, quar- 
tering Lea Lord Dudley, and ninety-nine other 
eoala, iocloding Ward, Sutton alias Dudley, 
Som^ Paganel, Tiptoft, Holland, Plantage- 
net, and Lyttelton. Smtth, Upton, Essex, Bart. 
Erm. two bars gu. on a chief of the last a lion 

pttS. or, QlFTOtLD. 

EnD. two bars gu. on a chief of the last a lion 

pass, guard, or. Osbeme Giftabd, E, Y, 

Osborne Guford, F. Osborne, F*. 
G«- two bars arg. on a chief of the last a lion 

past, of the first. Sir Adam Lowthe, F. 
Gb. two bars arg. on a chief or a lion pass. az. 

IsouTiELD, 00. Warwick. 
G%. two bars arg. on a chief or a lion pass. gu. 

Maesrat, F. 
Go- two ban engr. erm. on a chief or a lion pass.* 

giard of the first. Storbs, NewcasUeon-Tyne. 
^ two bars wavy erm. on a chief or a demi lion 

rsoip. issnant sa. armed and langued gu. 

Smith, Elmshorst, co. Stafford; derived from 

Soitb, Heath End House, near Newcastle- 

BBder-Lyne; Futtoa'on 1614. 
Gi- two bars or on a chief of the second a lion 

pan. of the first. Harbubt. 
Or two bars go. on a chief of the last a lion pass. 

4 the firsL FsRiNOTOir. Forinoton. 

• • • . Sheep 
Atp two bars az. on a chief of the last a golden 

fines pmdant betw. two millrinds erect or. 

BiacRAti). 

• •••Bixd 
^ two bin gn. on a chief sa. an eagle displ. or. 

flussov, Ireland. 



BAB. 2 BABS and in chief.... cont. 

on a Chief cont. Bird cont. 
Sa. two bars erm. on a chief indented per pale or 

and arg. an eagle displ. of the first Barlow, 

Sheffield. 
Sa. two bars or on a chief of the last an eagle 

displ. of the first. William Catenis, F. Catenib, 

Catenys or Catnes. 

... .Birds 
Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the last three 

martlets of the first Ward. 
Ou. two bars arg. on a chief of the second three 

martlets of the first. Anstalboth, F. 
....Book 
.... two bars wavy .... on a chief .... an open 

music-book between as many swords in saltire 

.... The Academy of the Muses, London. 
....Bnildingi 
Yairy arg. and sa. two bars or on a chief of the 

last three dovecotes gu. Lydcotte, Chicken- 
don, CO. Oxford. 

....Caltrapi 
Erm. two bars sa. on a chief of the last three 

caltraps or. Browne. 
....Castlft 
Gu. two barrulets arg. on a chief of the second a 

tower triple-towered az. Thornhill. 
Sa. two bars wavy arg. on a chief of the second a 

castle of the first Rawbon. 
....Groisei 
Arg. two bars nebuly sa. on a chief of the last 

three crosses patty fitchy or. Harvy, F. 
Arg. two bars wavy sa. on a chief of the second 

three crosses patty fitchy or. Harby, or Haryy, 

Lord Mayor of London, 1372 and 1278. 
Arg. two bars sa. on a chief vair three crosses 

patty or. Owendelle, or Owyndale. 
Arg. two bars sa. on a chief vert three crosses 

patty or. Owendelle or Owyndale. 
....Caps 
Or two bars gu. on a chief arg. three open 

bowls of the second the insides of the third. 

Halohton. 

....Coshioni 
Az. two bars arg. on a chief of the second three 

cushions of the first, tasselled or. Fiamino, 

CO. York. 

....Eioallop 
Az. two bars arg. on a chief of the last an escallop 

betw. two mullets of the first Madder, or 

Mather, Scotland. 
Az. two bars or on a chief of the last an escallop 

betw. two mullets of the field. Mather, 

Lanton, co. Roxburgh. 

....Esoallopi 
Arg. two bars gu. on a chief az. three escallops 

ppr. BoYSE, Bannow, co. Wexford, 1658. 
Az. two bars arg. on a chief or three escallops 

gu. Hazard. 
Az. two bars or on a chief of the last three 

escallops sa. Clarke, Sandford. 
Gu. two bars arg. on a chief or three escallops of 

the first Hassard. 
Or two bars az. on a chief of the last three 

escallops of the first Glerke, W, 
....Escncheon 
Or two bars gu. on a chief az. an inescucheon 

erm. Norton, London, 161 1 ; and Stretton, co. 

Salop. 

....Estoile 
Arg. two bars wavy az. on a plain chief of the 

last an estoile betw. two escallops or. Allen, 

Viscount AUen. Allen quartered by Proby. 



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BAB. 8 BABS and in ohief . . . . eonU 

on a Chief cont, Eitoile cont, 

Arg. two bars sa. a label of five points throughout 
gu. on a chief az. an estoile of sixteen points 
or charged with a plate thereon a cross of the 
third betw. a human skull in a cup on the 
dexter side and a basket of bread i.e, wastell 
cakes all of the fifth on the sinister side. Royal 
Hospital of Bethlehem, London, founded 
as a priory 1247 — established as an hospital 
for lunatics 1446 — and refounded 1546. 
....Flenr8-de-lia 

Az. two bars arg. on a chief or a fleur-de-lis betw. 
two roses gu. Bradshaw. 

Or two bars az. a chief quarterly of the second 
and gu. the first and fourth quarters each 
charged with two fleurs-de-lis gold the second 
and third each charged with a lion of England. 
Makers, Lord Roos, Earl of Rutland, Z. 395 ; 
the chief being an augmentation granted to 
Thomas Maitners, Etall, co. Northumberland, 
and Belvoir, Lord Ros, created Earl of Rut- 
land, 1525 : and with a crescent for difl*. 
Manners-Sutton, Baron Manners, Foston, oo. 
Lincoln. 

.... 6 Foils 

Or two bars az. on a chief of the last three 5-foils 
of the first. Stogkwith, East Meare, co. 
HanU; Visitation IdU, 

Or two bars gu. on a chief of the second three 
5-foils of the first. Emert, Kent. 

Or two bars sa. on a chief of the second three 
5-foil8 of the first. Makey, Kent 
....G-Foils 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the last three 
6-foils of the first. Watram Mortimer, Y, 
Walran Morttmer, Y. 

. . . .Head (Beast) 

Erm. two bars gu. on a chief of the second a 
leopard's head or. Gifford. 

. . . .Heads (Beasts) Deer 

Ou. two bars or on a ohief arg. two buck's heads 
caboosed of the second. Barendes, V*. 

Az. two bars or on a chief sa. three hart's heads 
of the second. Hareford. 

Az. two bars or on a chief sa. three hart's heads 
couped of the second. Hartford. 

Or two bars wavy az. on a chief sa. three buck's 
heads of the field. Hartford, co. Bedford. 

....Leopard 

Arg. two bars az. on a chief of the lost three 
leopard's heads of the first. Wright, Bickley, 
CO. Chester; confirmed 18 Dec. 1853. 

Arg. two bars nebuly and a bend sa. on a chief 
gu. three leopard's heads or. Clement, Kent, 
W. 

. . . .Wolf 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the first three 
wolf's heads couped of the second. Leton, F*. 

WOBREW, V*. 

....Birds 
Ar. two bars wavy gu. on a chief purp. as many 
eagles' heads erased ppr. Dorn, London. 
... .Horns 
Or two bars nebuly az. on a chief arg. three 
buglehoms stringed sa. Swythen, V. 
....Losenges 
Az. two bars arg. on a chief of the second three 
lozenges gu. FLEMiNa, Wath, Cumberland, 
John Flemyno, V. Flemyno, V. 
....Mallet 
Gu. two bars or on a chief of the second a mullet 
sa. Stodew or Stowdow. 



BAB. 2 BABS and in ohief. . . . eorU, 
on a Chief cont. Mullets 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the first three 
mullets of the second. Wassinoton, F*. 

Ou. two bars arg. on a chief of the last three 
mullets of the first. Grioson. 
....Palet 

Or two bars sa. on a chief of the second a palet 
(sometimes called a billet) betw. as many base 
esquires of the first an ine^^cucheon charged 
widi a fess and chief erm. Butler. 
....Pidets 

Az. two bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
(sometimes biasoned pellets) betw. as many 
esquires based dexter and sinister of the second 
an escucheon arg. Blanckfrokt. 

Gu. two bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second an escucheon gold. Hooelby. 

Or. two bars sa. on a chief of the first two palets 
(sometimes biasoned a billet) betw. two esquires 
based dexter and sinister of the second an 
escucheon .... (? sa.) charged with a fess and 
chief erm. (or else an escucheon barry of foor 
erm. and .... (? sa.) Butler. 
....Pheons 

Az. two bars wavy or on a chief of the last three 
pheons of the first. Blatchford, Osborne, 
Isle of Wight 

. . . .Bonndles (Beiants) 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief vert three bezants. 
Akoevile, or Angeyille, Thethelthorpe, oo. 
Lincoln. Anoevyne, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. two bars sa. on a chief of the last as many 
bezants. John, Penzance, Comwsdl. 

.... (Torteanz) 

Arg. two bars gu. on a chief of the first three 
roundles of the second (?). Atkims« Highfield, 
00. Cork, 1682 ; the heiress m. St. Leger. 
....Sons 

Az. two bars erm. on a chief arg. three suns ppr. 
Nicholson, oo. Lancaster ; Cumberland ; and 
London. 
Chevron 

Arg. two bars and a ohev. in chief sa. Holbeahe. 

Az. two bars and a chev. in chief or. Sprie, Spry, 
or Sprye, Spryeton, co. Deyon, 1437, confirmed 
in 1610; the heiress m. Gregory. Spry 

or Sprye, Tillond, Place, and Tregolls, Corn- 
wall; quartering Trenowth, Trejago, Tre- 
withenick, Cheynduit, Nanfan, etc. Spry, or 
Sprye, Cutcrewe, Trewinny, Millbrook, Ug- 
borough, Plymouth, and Stoke Damarell, with 
due difi". Spry, or Sprye, Tencreke, Cornwall ; 
descended fVora Sprye of Tillond, Visitation, 
1620, with due d\ff. Spry, or Spre, Mawnen, 
Cornwall ; descended from Sprye of Tencreke, 
with due difi*. Spry, or Sprye, Mevagizzy, 
Cornwall ; descended from Sprye of Cutcrewe, 
Fwitation, 1620, with due diff". Spry, or Sprye, 
Blisland, Cornwall ; presumed to have de- 
scended from Spr}'e of Cutcrewe, with due diff. 
Spry, Boyton, and Launceston, Cornwall; con- 
sidered a branch of Sprye of Cutcrewe, with 
due diflf. Spry, Truro, Cornwall. Spry, or 
Sprye, Bodmin, Cornwall ; and oo. Devon ; a 
supposed branch of Sprye of Devonshire and 
Cornwall, Visitation, 1620. Spry, Exeter, 
London, and Bath ; a presumed descendant of 
Sprye of Devonshire and Cornwall. 
Crescent 

Arg. two bars and in chief a crescent sa. 
Randolfe. 



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BAB. t BAB8aiidinohi«f....e(m<. 

Gratoent cont. 
Go. tvo bars and a crescent in ohi^ or. 

MrSCRAllPB. 

CrMeents 
ktg. tvo bars and in chief as many crescents gn. 

NOKWERS, or NOWEBS. 

Arg. two bars and in chief three crescents gn. 
NiXTEBs. Netess. Nonwebs, Nobwers, or 
NowESs, NooNWEBS. De LA NouEBS, or 
NovEBs, Qotburst, co. Buckingbam, temp. 
Heory lU. Sire de Notjwees, N, Sir James 
NovEfis, CO. Buckingham, temp. Edward I, V. 
Sir John Nowbrs, K. Pbidham. 

Az. two bars or in ^lief three crescents arg. 
Gheltekhak. 

6a. two bars and in chief three crescents arg. 
Sir Bobert Wetesham , Suffolk, F. 

Gtl two bars arg. three crescents in chief or. 
FtAXPTOH, Dorset. 

Or tvo bars sa. in chief three crescents gu. 
EuoTT, Godalming, Surrey, W. 
dnn 

A2. tio bars and in chief a cross formy fltchy or. 
Htti, Aston, near Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
Btft; the heiress m. Bracebridge. Holte, 
Erdington Hall, oo. Warwick. 

A2. tvo bars and in chief a dx>ss patonce or. 
Holte, Aston, co. Warwick, quartering Erding- 
tfiB, de Wolvey, Castells or Castles, Grimsarwe 
orGrimshaw, Maidenhach, Coltiog, Comberford, 
Enightof BasehnrchyWillington of Barcheston, 
Ferrers of Tamworth, Bradboume of the 
Hoogh, Brereton, Malpas, Barons of Malpas, 
Egerton of Malpas, Corbet, Orreby, Strange, 
€3eob»y of Bradstone, and Lister of Whit- 
fidd. 

Ga. two bars and in chief a cross erm. Pamton. 



ii. two bars or in chief three crosses croslet of 

the second. Cabpenteb, London. 
Az. two bars and in chief three crosses formy or. 

fiiTRuisT, Leachlade, 00. Gloucester, Bart. 
Or two bars az. in chief three crosses formy gu. 

WixsTAXLET, Winstanley, co. Lancaster. 

WotsTAXLET, CO. Lincolu. WiKSTANLET, Brauu • 

stoo, eo. Leicester; derived from Winstanley 

of Lancashire ; quartering Holt, Prideauz, etc. 

WmTAKLETy Wooltdn Lodge, co. Lancaster. 

WaSTAKlEY, F. 

8a. two bars erm. in chief three crosses patty or. 
Batbvbst, Earl Bathurst Bathubst, co. 
Hants; Kent; and London. Bathubst, Lydney 
Park, CO. Gloucester. Bathubst, Richmond, 
Sottterskelf, Clintz, and Arkendale, co. York, 
deriYed through Bathurst of Horsmanden, 
Kflot, from Bathurst of Cranbrook, temp. Hen. 
VI; the coheirs married Sleigh of Stockton, 
Taner of Kirtdeatham, and Forster of Buston. 

^ two bars dancetty arg. in chief three covered 
caps or. Laoaoe. 
SSMaltopt 
Arg. two bars az. in chief as many escallops gu. 
Sir .... de Haultom, V. John de Hylton, Y. 
SlMallopt 
Arf. two bars and in chief three escallops az. 
KianoT05,Cas8tna. Eboioton.F*. Ebbinoton, 
Efliagton and Beaufront, Northumberland. 
KnotOToif , Walwiek Grange and High Warden, 
Kocthamberland ; and Hele, 00. Wilts; de- 
naedfroiaKinDgtODofErrington. Ebbinoton, 
^^itelnd, Narthumboland. John Ekymoton, 



TIAf^ 2 BABS and in chief. . . .cont. 

8 Etcallopi eont. 

X, Eybinoham, CO. Devon : and with a orescent 

for diff. Ebington, Denton, Northumberland. 
Arg. two bars az. in chief three escallops gu. 

Sire de Halton, Y, 
Arg. two bars gu. in chief three escallops. .... 

Boger de Melese, F. 
Ar$?. two bars and in chief three escallops gu. 

EfiYNGTON, F. Menles, or Melles. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three escallops sa. 

Frrz, Truro, Cornwall. Fitz-Pen, alitu Phippen. 

Phippen, Truro, Cornwall. 
Az. two bars arg. in chief three escallops or. 

Halton. 
Az. two bars erm. in chief three escallops or. 

Brinohxtbst, CO. Leicester. 
Gu. two bars and in chief three escaUops arg. Sir 

John Cackhousb, or Batous, R. Bathouse, 

or Bayoube, CO. lancoln. Sir Walter Bayons, 

CO. Lincoln, F. Sir William Bayons, or 

Bayows, L. Sir William Bayons, temp. Edward 

I, F. William de Bayous, Y, Monsire de 

Bayous, F. Sir William de Bayouse, N, 

Bbawhse. Hayhousb. TufHE. 
Gu. two bars arg. in chief three escaUops or. 

Clabke, CO. Hereford. 
Or two bars and in chief three escallops az. 

Clabke, CO. Gloucester; and London, 1586. 

Clabke, M.D., W, 
Or two bars az. in chief three escallops gu. 

Clabk, Sbipley, co. Somerset. Clebke. Yalen- 

tyne Clebee, London, and his son Boland 

Clabke, Et., F. Holand, F*. Holland. 
Or two bars az. over all a horse's head erased 

erm. in chief three escallops gu. John Clabke, 

Bishop of Bath and Wells, W, 
Or two bars az. depressed by a nag's head erased 

or in chief three escallops gu. Clabke, Ips- 
wich, Suffolk. 
Or two bars and in chief three escallops gu. 

Habcoubt. 
Sa. two bars or in chief three escallops 

Mabbiott; quartering Peabsom and Boswobth. 
Etoueheon 
Arg. two bars and in chief an inescuobeon gu. 

AuBEBvnxE, or Othbebville, Essex, and 

Suffolk, temp. John. Debnall, or Debvall. 
Gu. two bars and in chief an escucheon or. 

Haoellb. 
Or. two bars ga. in chief an escucheon bendy of 

eight of the first and az. Bony, France. 
Or two bars gu. in chief an escucheon of the 

second. Seigneur le Stbatton, R, 
Eseucheoni 
Aig. two bars and in chief three escucheons sa. 

Clowfield. 
EitoUei 
Arg. two bars and in chief three estoiles sa. 

MOYNE. 

Fleuri-da-lia 
Or two bars and in chief as many fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Goulton, CO. York. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Sentliz, F. St. Liz, F. 
Chequy arg. and sa. two bars *gu. in chief three 

fleurs-de-lis or. Senus, F. 
Gu. two bars and in chief three fleurs-de-lis arg. 

MOBTEMEB. 

Gu. two bars erm. in chief three fleurs-de-lis or. 
GiLBEBT,Northirlingham, CO. Norfolk. Gilbebt, 
Cantley,Postwich Hall, and Chedgrave, Norfolk, 
1694. 

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BAE. 8 BAB8 and in chief. . . .conL 

Flenra-de-lis cont. 

Or two bars and in chief three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
GoLTON, Ipswich, Suffolk. Tovey. 
Flower 

Az. two bars or in chief a rose betw. two bugle- 
horns Mabtin. 

Flowers 

Erm. two bars engr. one az. the other gu. in 
chief three roses of the last on a canton of the 
same a lion pass. or. Lancashire, Polefield, 
Prestwich, co. Lancaster; the coheirs m. 
Scholes, Tetlow, and Greaves. 

Gu. two bars or in chief three roses arg. Dalton. 
8-Foils 

Arg. two bars indented and in chief three 3-foils 
slipped sa. Gostikbll, Brand. 

Arg. two bars and in chief three S-foils slipped 
yert. Soaubs. 

Or two bars gu. in chief three 3-foil8 slipped vert 
over all on a bend az. as many boar's heads 
erased arg. Copeland, Lord Mayor of London 
in 1836. 
4-Foil 

Arg. two bars sa. in the dexter chief a 4-foil or. 
Sire John de Twypobd, 0. 
6-FoilB 

«... two bars and in chief three 5-foil8 .... 
Thomas de Trentham's seal, 15 Edward n, 
Cotton MS, Julius, F. viii, fo. 68. 

Arg. two bars and in chief three 6-foils gu. 
Demton, CO. Buckiogham ; co. Lancaster ; and 
CO. Oxford. Stokeyth or Stokwyth, V, 

Arg. two bars gu. in chief three 5-foils sa. 
Denton, Denton Hall ; and Wamell, Cumber- 
land; the heiress m. Copley. Sir Richard 
Denton, V. Eastfield. Lefeyrb, South- 
ampton. 

Gu. two bars and in chief three 5-foils arg. 
Delancet, or Delanct. 

Gu. two bars and three 5-foils in chief (? arg.) 

MOBTIMEB. 

Sa. two bars and in chief three 5-foil8 arg. 

Walden, V. 
Sa. two bars erm. in chief three 5-foils pierced 

arg. Walden. M. Alexander Walden, 8, 
Sa. two bars and in chief three 5-foils or. 
Wellyshau. Welysham, V. 
Oarb 
Sa. two bars arg. in chief a garb or. Wever. 

Hand 
Sa. two bars arg. in chief three gloyes or two and 
one the latter being between the bars. Monsire 
Walter Hunoerford, T, 
Head (Beast) Deer 
Sa. two bars chequy or and az. in chief a stag's 
head cabossed betw. two suns in splendour of 
the second. Nicholson, Ashton-under-Lyne, 
00. Lancaster. 

• . . .Leopard 
Az. two bars and in chief a leopard's head arg. 

TOTEHYLL, F. 

Az. two bars arg. in chief a leopard's face or. 

Wriqht, Cranham Hall, Essex. 
Az. two bars and in chief a leopard's face or. 

Wright. 

Heads (Beast) Leopard 
Az. two bars arg. m chief as many leopard's 

heads or. Wright, Bellenden, Essex ; granted 

1767. 

.... Boar 
Erm. two bars wavy gu. in chief three boar's 

heads couped sa. Bayon, co. Chester. 



BAB. 2 BAB8 and in chief. «.. cont. 

Heads (Beasts) Beer 

Az. two bars and in chief three buck's heads 
cabossed or. Thomas Wyhberley, Bitchfield ; 
and Spalding, co. Lincoln; granted 16 May, 
1588-9. 

... .Leopard 

Arg. two bars and in chief three leopacd's heads 
gu. Jessop, Gillingham, Chilcomb, Chickwell, 
and East Chequerell, co. Dorset. Jessopb, 
Jessopp, and Jessup. 

Arg. two bars gu. in chief three leopard's heads 
sa. PouLTENEY, CO. Warwick. 

Az. two bars arg. in chief three leopard's heads 
or. Wright, Wrightsbridge, Homchurch, 
and Dagenham, Essex ; granted 20 June, 1500. 
Wrighte, Cranham, Essex, Bart; Gayhurst, 
CO. Buckingham. 

Az. two bars engr. arg. in chief three leopard's 
heads or. Wright, Essex. 

Or two bars and in chief three leopard's heads 
g^u. Jessop, Butterly Hall, co. Derby, derived 
from Jessop, Longford. Jessop, co. York. 
Jessop, Doory Hall, co. Lougford. Jbssope, 
Gillingham, Chilcomb, Chickwell, and East 
Chequerell, co. Dorset Jessopp or Jesstjp. 

Sa. two bars erm. in chief three leopard's faces 
or. Feltham, London. 

... .Lion 

Arg. two bars and in chief three lion's heads 
erased sa. Worge, Sussex. 

. . . .Wolf 

Arg. two bars and in chief three wolfs heads 
couped gu. Leton, co. Buckingham, V. 
WoBRvns (nc), V, 

Arg. two bars and in chief three wolf's heads 
erased gu. Lellow, Lelon, or Lelow, co. 
Buddngham. 

Gu. two bars and in chief three wolfs heads 
couped arg. Knife, London; granted 16th 
Nov. 1616. Knipe, CO. Lancaster; and West- 
minster. 

Gu. two bars and in chief three wolf's heads 
erased arg. Knight, Piddington, co. North- 
ampton; and CO. York. Knight, or Knitb. 
Knyght, or Knyte, V. 

....(Fiah) Whale 

Or two bars wavy and in chief three whale's 
heads erect and erased sa. Colbeoic, co. 
Bedford. 

.... (Monsters) Griffin 

Gu. two bars or in chief three griffin's heads 
erased of the second over all a bend compony 
reg. and sa. Grehan. 
Hearts 

Erm. two bars and in chief three hearts gu. 
Annat, or Annot. 
Horns 

Arg. two bars wavy and in chief three buglehoms 
stringed sa. Swytham. 
Horseshoes 

Gu. two bars and in chief three horse shoes arg. 
Bakepuce, 00. Rutland. 

Gu. two bars arg. in chief three horse shoes 
or. Sire Johan de Bakepuoe, N, Sir John 
Bakepuce, co. Cornwall, F. Bacfuce, co. 
Rutland, W, 
InkmoUne 

Gu. two bars aig. in the dexter chief point an 
inkmoline erm. Panton, co. Lincoln ; and co. 
Stafford. 

Gu. two bars and in the dexter point an inkmo- 
line erm. Sir Hugh Paumton, Cumberland, K. 



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BAR S BAB8 and in eldflf . . . .cont 

lueeti 

Aig. two bars and in chief three gadflies sa. 
faxTsa, eo. Lancaster. 

Gu. two bars or in chief three keys arg. Eibklet. 
Gn. two bars or in chief three keys arg. wards 
Inward. Kebkele, V. 



Az. two bars and in chief three masdes or. 

Spseuho, or Spubunq, Weston, oo. Hertford ; 

granUd 1586. 

Monster (Oriilln) 
Arg. two bars and in chief a demi griffin issnant 

sa. Cahubta. 
Arg. two bars sa. in chief a griffin segreant az. 

LA^iBAWASXTCK, Landawamick, Cornwall. 
MnllM 
Aif .two bars gn. in chief as many mullets pierced 

sa. Bale. 
Aig. two bars and in chief as many mullets sa. 

Mawoan, Ck>mwalL 
Az. two bars and in chief as many mallets arg. 

TivABLEs : and with one in the centre for diff. 

VnuBLEs, Antrobns, eo. Chester. 
Aa. two bars arg. in chief as many mallets or. 

HUTOH. 

Az. two bars and in chief as many mallets or. 

BUSDETT. 

Go. two bars and in chief as many mallets ai^g. 
Sir John Caktoiye,co. Leicester, temp. Edward Ip 
V. Sire Johan de Cauktone, N, Wassimoton. 

WZSSIKGTOS. 

Gn. two bars rair in chief as many mallets or. 

C08TK8, F. 
^ two bars and in chief as many mallets arg. 

Sptlmav, Kent. 
S>> two bars arg. in chief as many mallets or. 

SnufAE, or SpiLMAif, Essex. 
Arg- two bars and in chief three mallets of six 

fMRDts az. ESUICOTOII. 
Aig. two bars az. in chief three mallets ga. 

Bbidleshate. 
Arf . two bars Toided az. in chief three mallets 

gn. BasBUkSBAW, co. York, 
Aig. two bars az. in chief three mtiUets pierced 

sa. Mall&m. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three mallets ga. 

JcDKcr, Heyford, co. Northampton. St. Low. 

Nicholas de Moelbs, B, Washington, co. 

Lancaster; eo. Leicester; co. NorthamptcHi ; 

eo. BnAingham ; and Kent. Geo. Washington, 

of Bridge's Creek, Westmoreland, Virginia, 

U.S., descended from Washington, of Snlgrave, 

eo. Northampton (30 Henry VIII) ; Warton ; 

and Whitfield. Wassington, co. LaoQcaster, V. 

Wedon, CO. Buckingham. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three mallets pierced 

gn. WissnroTON. William de Wassington, 8. 

WtftSINGTOir. 

Aig. two ban go. in chief three mallets pierced 

■a. Wei>oii. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three mallets sa. 

Allev, Suffolk; and Sussex. Fogge. Moigne 

or MoTNB. William Motne, V, William 

OwoAB, r. 
Arg. two bars and in chief three mallets pierced 

■a. Majob, CO. Leicester; granted 1646. 

Mamb, Brampston, co Nottingham. 
Arg. two ban and in chief three mallets of six 

F>ints sa. Moion, F. William Moigne, 8. 
Afg. two bars sa. in chief three mallets vert 

KzanoE, Ireland. 



BAB. S BABS and in ehief.... cont. 

Mallets cont. 

Az. two bars and in chief three mallets pierced 
arg. Venables, Woodhill. 

Gu. two bars and in chief three mallets arg. 
Canton, or Canntoun, co. Leicester. William 
de Wessington, X, Wrishington, V, 

Wassington, V, 

Gu. two bars and in chief three mallets pierced 
arg. Mallort. Sir Constantine Mortimer, V, 

Gu. two bars arg. in chief three mallets of six 
points pierced or. Awsthwaite, Awsthwaite, 
Cumberland ; the heiress m. Stanley. 

Or two bars gu. in chief three mullets •••• 
Denton. 

Or two bars and in chief three muUets vert. 
Kempson, Ireland. 

Sa. two bars and in chief three mullets or. Freee, 
Ewem Courtney, co. Dorset ; and Hanniugton, 
CO. Wilts. FuEKB, West Bilney, Norfolk ; de- 
scended from Freke, of Ewem Courtney, co. 
Dorset; the heiress m., 1741, Evans. Freke, 
Baron Carbeiy, quartering Evans, with Staffoi*d 
of Blatherwick, Stafford of Bromeshall, Bagot, 
Toeny, Vernon, Belliol, Malbank, Walkelyn, 
Hastang, Burdett, Camville, Garshall, Ayles- 
bury, Eeymes, Basset, Pabenham, Engaine, 
Bellew, Fogge, Tame, and Bedman. 
Palet 

Arg. two bars gu. in chief a pale of the last 
charged with a boar's head couped of the field. 
Pakenham. 

Or two bars and in chief a palet a dexter and a 
sinister gyron gu. over all an escucheon or. 

HOGELEY. 

Per pale az. and arg. two bars and in chief a pale 
bet. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 

. all counterchanged an escucheon of the second. 
'' This is the true compounded coat of Morttvee 
as I have seene it in a very owld glass windowe 
in the parish churche of Hagley, in Worcester- 
shire, per Yorke H" (Brooke) ; Harl, MS. 807, 
fo. 106. 
Palets 

Arg. two bars and in chief as many pales az. on 
an inescucheon or two bars sa. Brecke. 

Arg. two bars and in chief as many palets gu. on a 
canton sa. a boar's head couped arg. Pakem an, F. 

Arg. two bars and in chief as many palets 
sa. Chibchhan or Churchman, co. Salop. 

CmBCHMAN, V. KiRKMAN. 

Or two bars and in chief as many pales sa. an 

inescucheon gu. Beyerlet. 
Sa. two bars and as many palets in chief arg. 

Chxtrchman. 
Pheons 
Arg. two bars embattled counter-embattled and 

in chief three pheons reversed gu. James. 
Pile 
Or two bars sa. from the chief a pile counter- 
changed. Engleham. 
Quarter 
Arg. two bars and a quarter gu. Emald de 

Boys, P. Henry de Boys, Y, John de Boys, 

A, Strickland. Boysy. 
Arg. two bars and a quarter gu. a label arg. 

Sire John Corbet, 0. 
Arg. two bars and a quarter gu. over all a bead sa. 

Boys, Hoston, Norfolk. 
Arg. two bars and a quarter sa. Monsire de 

TWIFORD, Y. 

Gu. two bars arg. a qnarter erm. M. Giles 
Saint-John, 5. 



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BAB. 2 BARS and in chief.... cone. 

on ft doarter. . . .Beast 
Arg. two bars gu. on a quarter of the last a lion 

pass, guard, or. John Lancaster, HelgUl, Y, 

M. John de Lancastre, K, Roger de Lancastre, 

X, Y, William de Lancastre, B. 
....Castle 
Gu. two bars arg. on a quarter of the second a 

castle sa. Casteli., co. Berks. 
....Chevron 
Az. two bars arg. a quarter sa. charged with on 

a chev. betw. three pheons of the second a 

wolf's head erased betw. two mullets gu. 

Hnx, 7.* 
Az. two bars arg. a quarter sa. charged with on a 

chev. betw. three pheons of the second a wolf's 

head era^^ed sa. betw. two mullets gu. Sir 

Rowland Hill, Alderman of London, V. 
....Cross 
Arg. two bars gu. on a quarter of the last a cross 

of the first. John de Broghton, X, 
....Cushion 
Arg. two bars gu. on a quarter of the last a 

cushion of the first. Le Sire de Derwentwater, 

F. John Derwentwatre, Y. 
....5-Foil 
Arg. two bars az. on a quarter of the last a 5-foil 

or. Rauf Pipard, Y. William Swynford, X. 

John TwiFFORD, or Twyford, L. John de 

TwYFORD, y. Richard Twyford, Y. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a quarter of the last a 5-foil 

arg. John Derwentwater, X, 
Arg. two bars scu on a quarter of the last a 5 foil 

or. Richard Twyford, Y. 
Boondle 
Gu. two bars or in chief a bezant. Lutturbll. 

Bonndles 
Az. two bars arg. in chief as many plates. 

Bradwell, CO. Chester. Venables, Bradwell, 

CO. Stafford. 
Sa. two bars .... in chief as many plates. 

Able. 
Arg. two bars sa. in chief three roundles . . . 

RiPPINOALL. 

Az. two bars the upper arg. the lower or in chief 
a plate between two bezants. Pyoot, Deding- 
ton, F. 

....(SBeiants) 

Az. two bars or in chief three bezants. Dodington. 
Elworthy. Peckett, Carlton Husthwaite, co. 
York. Pericot, or Peroot. Monsire John 
PjcoT, or PiGOT, Dodiogton, Y, Pigot, Dod- 
ington, CO. York. Sire Baudwyne, Pycot, N, 
Sir John Pyoot, Ay ton, co. York, temp. Edw. 
I, r. Pygott, K*. Wake, F, 

Az. two bars dancetty or in chief three bezants. 
Ryyers, Lord Mi^or of London, confirmed 
2 May, 1581. 

Az. two bars dancetty or in chief three bezants. 
Rivers, Chafibrd, Kent, Bart, quartering as 
an augmentation az. on a fess engr. betw. 
three swans arg. a bar gu. charged with as 
many roses of the second. 

Gu. two bars or in chief three bezants. Garland, 
CO. Lincoln. Garland, or Garlant. Goband, 
Gobond, or Gonband, oo. Lincoln. Goland. 
Monsire le Goband, F. Sire Johan Gobaud, N, 
Monsire Gobaud, F. Sir John Gouband, 
CO. Lincoln, V. Loterell, V. Hugh Wake, 
D. 

Sa. two bars embattled or in chief three 
bezants. Barnes or Bebmes, oo. Cam- 

bridge. 



BAB. 8 BARS and in chief. . . .cont 

Bonndles cont, (8 Harts) 
Arg. two bars az. in chief three hurts. Cabnaby. 

William Carnaby, X, Robert de Halton, Y, 

Karnabye, Northumberland. Earnabye. Sire 

de Kernaby, V, Kernaby or Esrmby. 

Wittlebury, CO. Warwick. 
Arg. two bars az. in chief three hurts on a canton 

of the first a lion ramp, of the second. Karnabye. 
....(SOgiresses) 
Arg. two bars az. in chief three ogresses. Watts. 

John Watts, Alderman of London, granted 

1596. W, 
Arg. two bars gu. in chief as many ogresses of 

the second on a canton sa. a boai-'s head coi:^ed 

of the first Pakbman, F*. 
Arg. two bars per pale indented az. and gu. in 

chief three ogresses. Dodwsll, Dublin; 

granted 10 March, 1662. 
Arg. two bars sa.in chief three ogresses. Allerton. 
Arg. two bars embattled sa. in chief three ogresses. 

Barnes. Berns, Soham, co. Cambridge. 
....(8 Plates) 
Az. two bars arg. in chief three plates. 

HuNOERFORD, Farlcigh Castle Chapel. Walter 

HUNOERFORD, F. 

Gu. two bars arg. in chief three plates. Halsted. 
De Moeles. Molston. John Mohles, co. 
Devon. V, Otby, Otteby, and Otterby, co. 
Lincoln. Sire Randolf de Otteby, N. Pycott, 
V*. Sire Huge Wake le Oncle, N» Wake, 
temp. Edward I, V. 

Purp. two bars arg. in chief three plates. Sir 
Randolf Otby, co. Lincoln, F. Otteby, V*. 
Ottsby, V*. 

Sa. two bars arg. in chief three plates. Aoav. 
Sire Adam Fitz John, co. Lincoln, temp. 
Edward I, F. Sire Adam le Fitz John, N, F. 
FiTZ- John, co. Lincoln. Sir John Hunoerford, 
F. Hunoerford, Down Ampney and Winrnsb, 
CO. Gloucester ; and Farley Castle, co. Somer- 
set; a Baron in 1426. Hunoerford, Caher- 
more, co. Cork; a branch of Hungerford, 
of Farley Castle. Hunoerford, Dingley, 
CO. Northampton; quartering Holdich. 
Hunoerford, Calne, oo. Wilts; qoartering 
Hunoerford of Heytesbury. John de 
Riginohale, D. 

Sa. two bars arg. in chief as many plates over all 
on a bend gu. a lion's head erased of the 
second. Segar, or Sugar, Tilney, Norfolk. 

Sa. two bars or in chief three plates. John 
Abell, F. 

.... (8 Torteanx) 

Arg. two bars gu. in chief three torteaux. 
Angevyne, CO. Lincoln. Bluworth, or 
Blurproth. Colland. Menlbs. Monsire de 
Meubes, F. Moels, Baron Moels, a Baron in 
1292 ; the co-heirs m. Courtenay and Bottreaux. 
Sir John Moells, I. John Moels, F. Roger 
de Moels, F. Moels, or Mules, Sumbridge. 
Mole, Tringeg, co. Bedford ; and Northampton. 
Roger de Moles, E. Morles, co. Somerset 
Johan de Moules, J, N. Sir John de Moyles, 
H. Mules, Honiton, co. Devon. Mules, 
Emsborough, co. Devon ; and Cadbury, co. 
Somerset ; derived from the baronial family of 
Moels. MuLES« Bminster, co. Somerset; a 
younger branch of Mules of Swimbridge and 
Cadbury. Mukis or Mulis, co. Devon. 
Treckingham. Monsire John de Trekinoham, 
F. Wake, Deeping, co. Lincoln. Sir Robert 
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B^ 8 BABSaBdiaehiof....cofit. 

iMUidlit. ... (3 Torteanz) eont, 
Aig. tvo bars go. in chief three torteaox, OTer all 

t baton sa. Cbxkikoham. 
if];, two bars gn. in chief three torteaux over all 

ft bend sa. TRSKiiiGHAir, V*, Trekenham. 

TUEEKHAX, F*. TeTKINGHAIT, V*, 

ki%. two bars gn. in chief three torteaux over all 
a bendlet sa. Walter de Tkekingham, go. 
Lincolii, F. Trikingham, co. Lincoln, F. 
TsTxiKOHAX, Trykingham, F. 

Arg.two bars sa. in chief three torteanx. Mould, 
Appleby, co. Leicester. 

Or two bars gn. in chief three torteaux. Wake, 
Cteredon, co. Somerset, Bart. Le Sire de Wake, 
r. Wake, L?del!,Z, 110, 215. Baldwin Wake, 
A, A fi. Hugh Wake or le Wake, B, P. Sir 
John Wake or De Wake, G, H, J, N; Sir 
Hogb de Wake, co. Yorlc, temp. Edward I, F. 
Bod with a baton az. Sir Hugh Wake, N, 

Or two ban« gu. in chief three torteaux over all a 
bend sa. Wages, F«. 

Or two Ws gn. in chief three torteaux over all a 
bendlet .... Waces, Norfolk, F. 



Az. two bars .... in chief three suns. Spratt^et. 

Az. two karserm. in chief three suns or. Nichoix, 
OreeobiU Grove, oo. Hereford. Nichols. 
NicBOLsoE, Thelwall Hall, co. Chester. 
KicBOLSoic, CO. Comberland; and co. Lau- 
cuter. NiCHOLSOH, London ; confirmed 1506. 

As. two barrulets or in chief three suns ppr. 
Jewkdisox, Watton, co. Derby; baronetcy 
1685. 

Gu. two bars erm. in chief three suns in glory or. 
Kkbolson, Ballov House, co. Down; de- 
nied from Nicholson of Comberland ; quarter- 

iagSTKBLS. 

WhMl 
Az. tvo ban or in chief a eathaiine wheel betw. 
as naoy bnglehfums arg. Mertims, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1720. 
Wraaths 
Arg. two bars az. in chief three chaplets of roses 
go. Bastbed. Sir William de Basset, F. 
Sir Wilham Basset, N. 

t BAB8 aod in base.... 
Or two banrulets in chief az. an eagle displ. in 
gn. CtTasAHS, Jamaica, granted 1767. 

t BAX8 betw. or within. . . . 



(MM Mats, placed here in oomplianoe with 
a eutofluurj method of blaaon, will alao 
bo Ibond in tho diwitions to which 
thcj proporlj belong.) 

Aaanlotf 
61. two ban betw. three annulets arg. Rtkhill, F. 
Sa. two ban betw. three annulets in chief and a 

iev-de-hs in base or. Burdus, Middlesex; 

§rmud 8 Ang. 1720. 
ii. two ban or betw. six annulets of the last 

t^ree two and one. Crudsm. 



Az. two ban arg. betw. three lions pass, in pale 

<v. MixTERiN or MncTBRHB, Batoombo, 00. 

hanti; and Thorpe, Surrey. 
G«. two ban humetty arg. betw. three lions pass. 

in pale or. Oibbok, Teede, 00. Lancaster. 
Az. two ban gu. betw. nine lions pass, guard, or. 

BitAXMOAW, CO. Buckingham, 1506. 
Iflkti 
Ai. two ban wavy betw. three billets sa. Hohe, 

tt».DevoiL 



BAB. 2 BARS betw. or within.... 

Billets cont. 
Az. two bars betw. six billets or. Hone, Ireland. 
Gu. two barrulets erm. betw. six billets or. Mat, 

Stoke, Suffolk ; granted 4 June, 1687-8. 

Birdf (8 Ducks) 

Arg. two bars wavy betw. three ducks arg. 

Shiblet, v.* 

(8 Eagles) 

Ar. two barrulets and three eagles displ. sa. 

Sir John Spencer, Lord Mayor of London, 1504. 

(8][arUoU) 

Arg. two bars betw. three martlets gu. two and 

one. Richard Warde, F. 
Gu. two bars betw. three martlets arg. (another 

or). Briofokd. 
Or two bars az. betw. three martlets gn. Patnell. 
Or two bars gu. betw. three martlets in pale sa. 

Ankyrsley. 
Or two ban betw. three martlets sa. Salkyns, 

London. 
Sa. two bars wavy betw. three martlets or. Todd, 

Bray, co. Berks. 
Sa. two barrulets betw. three martlets or. two and 

one. Muttlebury, W. 

.... (3 Pigeoni) 
Az. two barrulets or betw. three doves ppr. 

Basrett, London ; granted 1773. 

(8 Swans) 

.Az. two bars wavy betw. three swans aiig. two 

and one. Shirley, F. 
Or two bars sa. betw. six birds gu. three two and 

one. William Paynell, A. 
....(6 MartleU) 
Arg. two bars betw. six martlets gu. three two 

and one. Bokingb. Borinob, F. 
Arg. two bars sa. within an orle of six martlets 

gu. Paynell, co. Hants ; and Sussex. 
Arg. two bars betw. six martlets sa. three two and 

one. M*Coy, Scotlaod. 
Arg. two bars vert betw. six martlets gu. three 

two and one. Atmobe. 
Az. two bars erm. betw. six martlets or. Maw, co. 

Lancaster ; and Suffolk. 
Gu. two bars betw. six martlets arg. three two 

aod one. Chalons, co. Devon. Eiseldon. 

Sir John Eland, co. York, F. Eland or E yland, 

CO. York. Elland. Yseldon. 
Gu. two bars betw. six martlets arg. two two and 

two. Egland, or Eyland, co. Lincoln. 
Gu. two bars or betw. six martlets .... Leeks. 
Or two bars az. betw. six martlets gu. three two 

and one. Thomas Paynell, A. 
Or two bars betw. six martlets gu. three two and 

one. Mabley. 
Or two bars sa. betw. six martlets az. three two 

and one. Creich, or Creigh, Scotland. 

(8 Martlets) 

Arg. two bars sa. betw. eight martlets gu. three 

two and three. Panell, V*. Sir William 

Powell, F. 
Arg. two bars betw. eight martlets sa. Furlong. 
Gu. two bars betw. eight martlets arg. three two 

and three. Challons, co. Devon. Dankyrsley, 

CO. York. Sir Thomas de Elande, S, Eytend. 

Smbtheley, F. 
Gu. two bars betw. eight martlets or three two 

and three. Chalons, co. Devon. 
Or two bars az. within an orle of eight martlets 

gu. Paynell, co. Hants. 
Or two bars az. betw. eight martlets gu. three 

two two and one. Thomas Paynell, Q. Sir 

Thomas Paynhell, co. Hants, F. 



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BAB. 8 BARS betw. or within. . . .eont, 

Birdt cont. (9 lUrUtts) 
Arg. two bars engr. az. betw. nine martlets gn. 

More, Taunton, co. Somerset; and Heytes- 

bury, CO, WUts. 
Arg. two bars az. betw. nine martlets vert three 

three two and one. Moore. 
Arg. two bars betw. nine martlets gu. More, 

CO. Bedford. 
Arg. two bars betw. nine martlets gu. three three 

and three. Frater. Moore, Wichford, co. 

Hants; Visitation 1034. Porinoe. 
Arg. two bars engr. the first sa. the second az. 

betw. nine martlets gu. three three and three. 

More, Sufiblk. 
Arg. two bars vert betw. nine martlets gu. three 

three two and one. More, co. Hants ; and co. 

Somerset, K. Panell. 
Arg. two bars betw. nine martlets vert. Ailard. 

More. 
Gu. two bars arg. betw. nine martlets . . . .Etwill. 
Gu. two bars betw. nine martlets arg. Challows. 
Gu. two bars betw. nine martlets arg. three three 

two and one. Sir John Chalons, V. 
Gu. two bars betw. nine martlets arg. three three 

and three. Tankerslet. 
Gu. two bars betw. nine martlets arg. four three 

and two (another, four two and three). 

Smethley. 
Gu. two bars arg. betw. nine martlets or three. 

three and three. Smethlet. 
Gu. two bars vert betw. nine martlets arg. three 

three and three. CHAiiONs, F*. 
Or two bars betw. nine martlets gu. three three 

and three. Chaloks. 
Or two bars sa. betw. nine martlets az. three 

three and three. Creech, Fdinburgh. 
Arg. two bars az. an orle of martlets gu. William 

Pannell, F. William Paynell, E, Y, 
Arg. two bars sa. an orle of martlets gu. Sire 

William Paynell, N. 
Az. two bars or an orle of martlets gu. Monsire 

Roger BuRDET, Y. 
Gu. two bars or an orle of martlets arg. Sire 

John de HoLAND, 0. 
Gu. two bars and an orle of martlets or. John 

Blande, Y, 
Or two bars az. an orle of martlets gu. Thomas 

Painsl, E, Sire Thomas Paynell, Q, X, 
Or two bars within an orle of martlets gu. 

MoRLSY or Msrley, France. 
Bordnre 
Arg. two bars az. and a bordnre engr. gu. 

Olney. 
Arg. two bars az. within a bordnre sa. Parr. 
Arg. two bars az. a bordure engr. sa. Sir Gilbert 

de Halsall, oo. Lancaster, V, Parr, Parre, 

CO. Lancaster; and its branches, oo. Derby; 

CO. Leicester; Horton, co. Northampton; 

Kempnall ; Eccleston ; etc. Parr, Stonelands, 

CO. Devon; quartering Codrinoton. Parr, 

Kendal, co. Westmoreland, Z, 490 ; quartering 

the coat of augmentation granted by King 

Henry VIII to the family of his queen, Katherine 

Parr — or on a pile gu. three roses of York 

betw. six of Lancaster. Ranne, V, 
Arg. two bars az. a bordure engr. sa. a crescent 

for diflf. Parr, Liverpool, co. I^caster ; Honn, 

West Derby; Lythwood; and oo. Salop, de- 
rived from Parr of Kendal. 
Arg. two bars az. within a bordure engr. sa. 

bezanty. Parr, Baokford, co. Chester; de- 
rived from Parr of Kendal. 



BAB. 8 BARS betw. or within. . . ,cant. 

Bordnre eont. 

Arg. two bars az. on a bordure engr.« sa. eight 
escallops of the field. Parr, granted 1590; 
derived f^m Parr of Parwioh, near Warrington, 
CO. Lancaster ; with several quarterings. Parr, 
Fir Grove, in West Derby ; Grappenhall Heyes, 
CO. Chester ; deiived from Parr of Ormskirk. 

Arg. two bars gu. within a bordnre engr. . . . Benet, 
K*. Knottisford, F*. Kottisford, V, 

Arg. two bars nebuly gu. within a bordure az. 
Constable. 

Arg. two bars gu. within a bordure engr. az. 
Sutton, co. Stafford. 

Arg. two bars within a bordure gn. Heliosal, 
or Helinosale. Helinosale, F. Lawfuijl. 

PlGMEYNE, or PlOVENEY. 

Arg. two bars gu. within a bordure engr. pean. 

SiBTHORPE, Can wick Hall,co. Lincoln ; quarter- 
ing Waldo. 
Arg. two bars gu. within a bordure sa. Gibthorp, 

GiLTHORPE or Gythorpe. Gibthorpe, r. 

William Sibthorp, Thorpe, F. 
Arg. two bars gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Benett, CO. Stafford. Bennett, Dublin; 

quartering az. three plates. Cokesford, Laon- 

ton, CO. Oxford; confirmed Feb. 1611. 

CoTTESFORD, CO. Oxford ; and co. Devon. 

Gibthorpe, F*. Martyn, co. Devon. Parre, 

F*. SiBTHORPE, F*. Sybthorpe, St.Alban'8, 

CO. Herts ; and Ladham, Norfolk. 
Arg. two bars gu. on a bordure engr. sa. eight 

bezants. Cottesford. 
Arg. two bars nebuly gu. within a bordure sa. 

Scarshall. Sharshaix. 
Arg. two bars gu. within a bordure sa. charged 

with eight cinquefoils or. Preston, co. Bed- 
ford; and Chilwick, co. Hertford; granted 

1629. 
Arg. two bars sa. within a bordure g^. Baraby, 

Lincoln. Deane. 
Arg. two bars sa. within a bordure engr. go. 

William de Londe, or Loude, F. William de 

WrviLE, E, Wyvel. William Wyvill, F. 
Arg. two bars sa. within a bordure invecJced gn. 

WiMLEY, Wimley, co. Hertford. 
Arg. two bars sa. within a bordure engr. or. 

Cromwell, F. Winile. 
Arg. two bars sa. within a bordure of the second 

charged with eight fieurs-de-lis or. Stokes. 
Arg. two bars and a bordure sa. Bodeley. 
Arg. two bars and a bordnre engr. sa. Wyvile. 
Az. two bars within a bordure arg. gutty desang. 

Amarle. 
Az. two bars arg. a bend gu. within a bordnre 

oompony of the second and third. Lke. 
Az. two bars arg. over all a bend gu. within a 

bordure engr. gobony of the second and third. 

IsALL. Ley, CO. Buckingham. 
Az. two bars wavy arg. within a bordure or. 

Brooksbank, Eland, Halifax, co. York; and 

Hackney, Middlesex. 
Az. two bars or within a bordure engr. gn. Lavall. 
Az. crusily and two bars or a bordure engr. gu. 

John de Bar, K. 
Erm. two bars and a bordure gu. Bbdman. 
Gu. two bars within a bordure arg. Deanx, 

Syeston, co. York. 
Gu. two bars and a bordure erm. Abriscoubt, 

CO. Oxford. M. Nicol Dabrichcourt, S, 

Sansett Dabrichcourt, 5. Dabrichcourt, 

or Dambbbticoubt, F. Sir John Dapscoubt, 

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BAL SBABSlMtw. orwithiB....eofU. 

Bordure cont. 
O«.tvo ban dancetty or within a bordnre sa. 
AsHTiitTj., AsitAix^ and Aspimwall, Northoin- 
berUnd. 
Or tvo bars and a bordnre erm. Abriscoubt, eo. 

Oxford. 
Or Uo bars gn. o^er all a bend sa. a bordare az. 

Or tvo bars nebnly gn. within a bordare com- 

pooy of the second and arg. Dauncxy. 
Or two bars gn. within a bordare sa. Detnes, 

Coddenham, Suffolk. 
Or two bars and a bordare rert. Abbiscoust, 

eo. Oxford. 
Sa. two bars and a bordare arg. Bthcks. 

LiXoTT, London, formerly of Flanders, 1633. 
Sa. two bars arg. within a bordare ga. Deans, 

CO. Berks. 
OMtlet 
Sa. two bars engr. betw. as many towers triple- 

towcnd in chief arg. and three crescents in 

bteeor. Bbagoe, or Bbaio, Nether Angeshark, 

SeotltDd. Bbagoe, Scotland. 
8^ a bar gemel or betw. three towers triple- 
towered arg. Clayeb, co. Buckingham. 
Sa. two bars or betw. three towers arg. Cleateb. 
Sa. tvo barnilets arg. betw. five towers two in 

ehiefaod three in base or. Brooo, Scotland. 
Oonotta 
Or two bars az. betw. three dacal crowns ga. two 

and one. Gxnztxl, or Geneville. Gexeyill, 

Nordiamberland. Genewell, V, Gbenewell. 

GiEEswELL, Greenwell Ford, co. Durham. 

GsEvwELL, Grenwell Hill, oo. Durham, F. 
Graaoentt 
Arf. two bars ga. betw. three crescents sa. 

WiiTox. 
Or two bars betw. three crescents gu. two and 

ooe. William Wodeix, V, 
Or a bar gemel betw. three crescents gu. 

WoDELL. 

Arg. two bars wavy az. betw. six crescents. . • . 

three two and one. Hobmbbook, Tavistock. 
Aig. two bars betw. seven crescents sa. three 

three and one. Hewes. 



Aif. two bars betw. as many crosses orosslet 

fiteby in chief and an anchor in base sa. 

LooHiAJi or LosACK, Scotland. 
iz. two bars wavy arg. betw. as many crosses 

ttOBaltt fitchy in chief or and a swan with wings 

•odorved in base of the second. Lachlam. 

Lauchlui. 
Az. two bars dancetty erm. betw. six crosses 

•nmlet or three two and one. Haibsnbt. 

HAxaxxT, Bishop of Chichester; granted 1613. 

Hautwitt, NorvelL 
Or two bars sa. betw. six crosses crosslet gu. 

three two and one. Mellent, or Mellebt. ' 
Az. two bars betw. seven crosses crosslet or. Sir 

Tbenas BiAKDiaBAM, Suffolk, V. Blaknts, 

Horfolk. 
Az. tvo bars betw. seven crosses crosslet or three 

three and one within a bordnre engr. gu. 

Bat. 
Ga. two bars vair and seven crosses crosslet. • . . 

three three and one. Mobtixbb uUa$ ZoucB. 



^ two bars vair betw. eight crosses crosslet or 
iov three and one. WilL de Mobtimeb, V, 

Ai. two ban daneetty erm. betw. nine crosses 
ontkt or. Habsxet, Sossex. 



"RAf^ 2 BARS betw. or within. . ,,cont. 

Escallops 
Gu. two bars betw. three escallops arg. Sire 

William Bausb, 0. 
Gu. two bars erm. betw. six escallops or three 

two and one a bordure of the second. Sir 

.... Dabbioegoubtb, V. 
Or two bars gu. betw. eight escallops az. Pbew 

or Pbue. 
Estoilet 
Sa. two bars betw. two stars of six points or. 

TwYNiNO. Brjm, co. Pembroke. 
Arg. two bars betw. three stars of six points 

pierced sa. Doughtt. 
Arg. two bars sa. and six estoiles gu. Pbiebss, 

V*. 
Arg. two bars sa. betw. six estoiles gu. three two 

and one, Peabse, Court, co. Devon ; granted 

12 August, 1641. Peabsb, Dulverton, co. 

Somerset. 
Az. two bars erm. betw. six estoiles arg. three two 

and one. Habbison, Copford Hall, Essex, 

quartering Fiske. Habbison, Dow Hill, Kent. 
Az. two bars erm. betw. six estoiles or three two 

and one. Habbison, Essex; Beisby and 

Burton-Stath, co. Lincoln. 
Fish 
Or two bars wavy betw. three shrimps in pale gu. 

Atsea. V, 
Flaunches 
Gu. two bars arg. betw. on each of as many 

flaunches erm. a cross crosslet of the field. 

Mabshall, Ardwick, and Penwortbam Lodge, 

CO. Lancaster ; quartering Eabnshaw. 
Arg. two bars bumetty gu. betw. as many flaunches 

of the second three garbs in fess counter> 

changed. Fbyeb. 
Sa. in chief a bar gemel betw. two flaunches arg. 

Abthawe. 

Fleur-de-lis 
Gu. two bars or betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. 

Elsino. 
Az. two bars daneetty erm. betw. six fleurs-de-lis 

or three two and one. Cademan, Norfolk and 

London ; granted 1683. 
Yert two bars betw. six fleurs-de-lis or three two 

and one. Styles, Kent and London. 
Sa. two bars erm. betw. nine fleurs-de-lis or. 

Fabbant, Kent. 
4-Foili 
Az. two bars betw. six 4-foils arg. Vincent, V, 

6.Foils 
Arg. two bars betw. three 5-foils sa. Babtlett, 

Weston in Branscombe, co. Devon. 
Sa. two bars erm. betw. six 5-foils arg. three two 

and one. Robert Bbowte, V, 
Arg. (another or) two bars betw. eight 5-foils gu. 

four three and one. Lanvots. 
Fruit 
Sa. two bars erm. betw. fifteen wheat ears or 

five five and five a bordure of the second. 

Stokes, W. 
Outtji 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. eight guttys de larmes 

four three and one. Chaitbt. 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. nine guttys az. three 

three and three. Chawbt. Chowbet. 
Hands 
Az. two bars wavy erm. betw. three dexter hands 

couped at the wrist apaumy arg. Seaoooo. 
Heads (Beasts) Bear 
Arg. two bars betw. three bear's heads erased gu. 

Letton, or Lytton, co. Hertford. 



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BAB. 8 BARS betw. or within . . . .eorU. 

Headt (Beastf) Boar 
Or a fess gemel gu. betw. three boar's heads 

erased at the neck sa. Jenkinson, Norfolk. 

....Dog 
Per fess erm. and az. two bars engr. betw. three 

talbot*8 heads erased counterchanged. Bubton, 

qaartering Kobuison. 

.... Horso 
Or two bars gn. voided betw. three horse's heads 
. erased sa. Jemkinson, Norwich ; granted 1687. 

....Leopard 
Vert two bars engr. arg. betw. three leopard's 

heads or. Child, London, and Newton, co. 

Northampton. 
Yert two bars engr. betw. three leopard's faces or. 

Guild, Surat, East Indies ; and Dervil, Essex ; 

Baronetcy 1684. 

(Hninaii Figure) 
Az. two bars arg. betw. three close helmets or. 

Gabriel Abmigeb, London ; and North Creake, 

Norfolk, 1730. 
Az. two bars or betw. three helmets arg. Almioeb. 

Abmiqeb, Norfolk, 1716. 

(Beaits) Leopard 
Az. two bars betw. six leopard's heads or three 

two and one. Shbdcpton. 

.... Lion 
Arg. two bars betw. six lion's heads cabossed g^i. 

MusKETT, Intwood Hall, Norfolk; descended 

from MusKETT, Haughleigh, Suffolk, temp. 

Henry VIII. 
Or two bars betw. six lion's heads erased gu. 

Goodwin, Hammersmith, Middlesex. 
Or two bars sa. betw. six lion's heads cooped gn. 

three two and one. Eeabsley, or Keabsly, 

CO. Lancaster; and London; granted 2 Oct. 

1622. 

Insects 
Arg. two bars betw. three bees sa. Flemings, V, 
Arg. two bars betw. three butterflies volant sa. 

Flemings. F*. 
Sa. two bars betw. seven bees arg. three three 

and one. Combe, co. Somerset. 
Losenges 
Go. two bars or betw. six lozenges arg. three two 

and one. Combe, oo. Devon; and London; 

granted 2 Joly, 1603. Goodwin or Goodwyn, 

Streatham, Sorrey, Z, 424; Dorking and 

Guildford, Sorrey; and Lewes, Sussex. 

Goodwyn, Sossex ; granted by Camden, W, 
Mascles 
Arg. two bars betw. six masoles sa. three two and 

one. Babnes, co, Berks ; Babon. 
Az. two bars betw. six masoles voided or three 

two and one. Dabnell, Heylings, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. two bars betw. nine mascles sa. three three 

and three. Babon. 
MnlleU 
Arg. two bars betw. as many mallets sa. pierced 
. or. Doughty, Louth, co. Lincoln ; Theberton 

Hall, SuflTolk. 
Sa. two bars arg. in chief two mullets or in base 

an annolet of the last. Spilman. Spuxman, 

Waldon, V. 
Sa. two bars arg. in chief as many moUets .... 

in base two annolets or. Spelman, or Spilman, 

Essex. 
Arg. two bars nebnly gu. betw. three mullets sa. 

Kennan, Ireland. 
Arg. two bars betw. three mallets of six points 
. pierced sa. Philip Doughty, Westminster, 

1730. 



BAB. 8 BAB8 betw. or within. . . .eont 

Mallets eont, 
Arg. two bars betw. three mullets of six p<HDtB sa. 

pierced or. Doughty, or Doutey, Esher, 

Surrey ; Snarford Hall, and Boston, eo. Lin- 
coln. 
Gu. two bars betw. three mullets arg. Scabysbboke. 
Az. two bars arg. betw. six mullets or three two 

and one. Feloate, or Fbllgate, Yaxley, co. 

Suffolk. 
Arg. two bars az. betw. nine mullets .... three 

three and three. Jepuson. 
Pheons 
.... two bars .... betw. three pheons rcrereed 

.... Feildeb, Little Horkesley, co. Eassex. 
Arg. two bars betw. three pheons gu. Colkobate. 
Az. two bars betw. three pheons or. Smith, or 

Smyth, London. 
Beptiles 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. as many serpents Teit. 

Refuge. 

Benndles (Beiants) 
Per pale gu. and az. two bars or betw. three 

bezants in chief and a pheon in base aig. 

Gowland, Durham ; granted 1740. 
(Ogresses) 
Arg. two bars sa. betw. three ogresses within a 

bordure engr. of the second. Albsbton, co. 

Devon. 
Or two bars sa. betw. three ogresses within a 

bordure engr. of the second. Aylbebton. 
(PUtes) 
Sa. two bars arg. betw. three plates. Hungbb. 

(Torteanz) 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. three torteaux oyer all a 

baston sa. Sire Walter de Thubkinoham, 0. 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. three torteaux a bordure 

sa. Gbekingham. 
Stones 
Arg. two bars wavy betw. three honestones az. 

Hones, Ottery, co. Devon. 

2 BABS betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
Birds 
Arg. two bars the first engr. on the upper side the 
second on the under side az. betw. three roses 
gu. stalked and leafed vert two martlets of the 
third betw. tlie roses in chief. Holtman. 
Canton 
Arg. two bars a bordure engr. and a canton go. 
Gobbet. 

on a Canton. . . . Sword 
Erm. two bars within a bordure engr. gu. on a 
canton of the last a dagger erect ppr. pome! 
and hilt or. Nugent, Waddesdon, oo. Berks, 
Bart Nugent, Donore, co. Westmeatb, Bait. 
Chief 
Arg. two bars gu. betw. six ogresses a chief of the 
^second. Blankeley, F. 
on a Chief. . . .Flenrs-de-lis 
Or two bars az. on a chief quarterly of the 
second and gu. four fleurs-de-lis two lions pass, 
guard, of the field all within a bordure wavy 
compony arg. and sa. Mannebs, Hanby Hall, 
CO. Lincoln; and Buckminster, co. Leicester; 
baronetcy 5 Jan. 1793. 
Heads 
Gu. two bars or a bordure arg. in chief three 
griffin's heads erased of the second. Gbbman. 
Monster 
Arg. two bars az. a bordure engr. sa. in ohief a 
griffin pass. gu. Litleb, Tathwell, co. Lincoln. 



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BAB. aBABSlwtw.orwitliiii.... 

and in chief. • . »eonL 
Mvlleto 
Arg. two bars a bordnre and in chief three mullets 
Bft. Sir Hugh Bossabd, O. 
BonndlM (OgrBtaas) 
Arg. two bars ga. a bordnre ** reoersily** sa. in chief 

three ogresses. Thomas Wake, Epine. Y. 
Aig. two bars within a bordnre engr. sa. in chief 
three o^gresses. Allebton, F. 
....(Tortaanx) 
Ajg.two bars az. within a bordnre engr. ^a. in chief 
three torteanx. Pabb, Kempnall, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. two bars within a bordnre engr. gu. in chief 
three torteanx. Thomas Wake, Blysworth, V. 
Aig. two bars ^. within a bordure indented sa. 
io chief three torteanx. Wake. Sir Thomas 
Wake, Blithesworthe, O. 
Arg. two bars gu. a bordure ** recersily" sa. in 
chief three torteanx. Monsire Thomas Wake, 
Bhiworth, F. 

On 2BABS 
Amraleta 
Arg. on each of two bars gu. an annulet .... 
Hisns, CO. Dorset. 
Beasts 
Or oo two bars gu. three lions ramp. arg. two and 
<ae. Dakkett, co. Leicester. 
Btrda 
Arg. OD two ban go. three martlets of the field. 

CI4IEBEB. 

Arg. oQ two bars gu» three martlets or two and 

one. WnxEY. 
Aig. two bars engr. gn. on the upper as many 

martlets or and on the lower thi^ escallops of 

the field. Toii« 
Al two bars or on the upper bar three martlets 

gi* Sire Bobert Bobdet, N. Sir Robert 

fina>ETT, 00. Lracester, temp. Edward I, V, 
Az. on two bars or three martlets gu. M. John 

BntDKT, S, BuBDETT, CO. Leicester. 
Krn. 00 two hmrs gn. three martlets or. Wabd, 

Houghton Par?a, co. Northampton; granted 

31 May, 1695. 
Enn. on two bars vert three martlets or two and 

one. WiLLEY. WnxY, W. 
Arg. on two bars az. four martlets of the first two 

and two. MoBE, co. Somerset. 
Arg. on two bars gu. four martlets of the first 

two and two. John Wabde, F. 
irg. oo two bars go. four martlets or two and two. 

Waid. 
Az. oo two bars or five martlets gu. three and 

two. P. . . . Wbiaeley, F. 
Arg. oo two bars go. six martlets or. Temple, 

Barton Dasset, oo. Warwick, 
irg. on two bars sa. six martlets of the first three 

•ad three. Temple, Lord Nugent. 
Arg. on two bars sa. six martlets or. Binde. 

TiEpiK, Viseonnt Palmerston. Temple, 

TciDple, CO. Leicester. Temple, Stowe, co. 

Baeloogbam, Bart. 
Az. 00 two bars arg, six marUeta gu. Cbanbeb. 

Ceaxbuba, F. Cbakebubiib. 
Az. on two bars or six martlets gu. three and 

three. M. John Buboet, S, Roger Bubdbtt, 
T. The old coat of Bubdett, Bramoote, co. 
Warwick; Formark. oo. Derby ; and Bamsbury, 
a. Wilts, Bart. Bubdett, co. Warwick, and 
M. York. Bnaxrrr, F. Wbiallxs or Wbiley. 

Kra. 00 two bars aa. six martlets or. Temple. 

^«a two ban arg. six martlets sa. Lomocboft, 



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Birda cont. 

Or on two bars gu. six martlets arg. three and 
three. Bynde, Sussex, V. 

Or on two bars gu. six martlets of the field three 
and three. Bynde, Sussex. Byne. 

Or on two bars sa. six martlets arg. three and 
three. Cbieoh, Scotland. 

Yair on two bars gn. six martlets or. Walkinoham. 
Bongeta 

Or on two bars gu. three water bougets arg. 
WnxouGHBY, Risley, co. Derby ; Grendon, co. 
Northampton; Wollaton, co. Nottingham; and 
CO. Stafford. Willouohby, Middleton. Sir 
Henry Willouohby, Wollaton, oo. Nottingham, 
F. M. Edmund Wylouohby, S. 

Or on two bars gu. three water bougets of the 
field. Willouohby, co. Warwick. 
Bnckles 

Arg. on two bars sa. three square buckles of the 
first a 5-foil for diff. in the centre. Bodelley. 

Arg. on two bars sa. three round buckles points 
in fess to the sinister or two and one a 
5-foil in the centre gu. for diff. Boddelley, F. 
Bodelley, F. 

Erm. on two bars sa. three round buckles or two 
and one. Bodley, Streatham, Surrey. 
Combs 

Erm. on two bars sa. three combs arg. Luoas. 
Coronets 

Arg. on two bars az. as many coronets or. 
GENEvnx. 

Or on two bars az. three ducal coronets of the 
field. Hakebeche, Emneth, oo. Norfolk. 
Crescent 

Or two bars counter indented gu. on the upper- 
most a crescent and mullet arg. Maib, Scot- 
land. 

Cresoenta 

Arg. on two bars sa. three crescents two and one 

org, FiTZSIMONDS. 

Or on two bars gu. three crescents of the field. 

Eliot, Elyot, Elxptt, Surrey. 
Cross 
Arg. two bars sa. on the uppermost a cross formy 

of the field. Deden, co. Huntingdon. 
Crosies 
Arg. on two bars gu. three crosses formy or two 

and one. Mabtin» co. Somerset ; and co. Devon. 

Mabtyn, Totness, co. Devon. 
Arg. on two bars (gu. another) sa. three crosses 

patty fitchy or. John Fell, Bishop of Oxford, 

1678, oh. 10 July, 1686. 
Or on two bars sa. three crosses patty fitchy arg. 

two and one. Fell. 
.... on two bars .... six crosses patty .... 

Bichard (? Poobe) Bishop of Chichester 1215, 

of Salisbury 1217, of Durham 122837. 
Arg. on two bars az. four crosses patty or two and 

two. Sir John de Den, F. Oundell, F. 
Arg. on two bars gu. six crosses crosslet or three 

and three. Dandeleioh. Philip Daundeleoh, 

F, or Daundeleohe, Y, David. 
Arg. two bars gu. orusily or. Philip d'ANDELEOH 

or Daundeleioh, X, 
Arg. on two bars gu. six crosses crosslet fitchy or 

three and three. Wiles, Sussex. 
Arg. on two bars sa. six crosses formy of the field 

three and three. Deane. 
Arg. on two bars sa. six crosses patty or three 

and three. Den, co. Huntingdon. Dene, co. 

Huntingdon, F. Deane. Ounoeix, F. 

OWNDELL, F*. 

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Crouei eont, 
Arg. two bare sa. cmsily patty or. Sire John de 

Deen, 0. Sire . . . . de Den, N. 
Esoallops 
Arg. two bars sa. on the upper one as many es- 
callops of tbe first. Fleet, London. 
Arg. on two bars az. four escallops or two and two. 

Hilton. 
Arg. on two bars sa. four escallops of tbe first 

two and two. Flote, V. 
Arg. on two bars sa. four escallops or two and 

two. Banning, London, 1588. 
Or on two bars sa. four escallop shells of the 

field two and two. Sir Paul Banning, London, 

granted 1588, W. Bayninoe, London. 
Arg. on two bars gn. six escallops or three and 

three. Palmer, Hill, co. Bedford. 
Arg. on two bare sa. six escallops of the firet three 

and three. Flecke, Surrey. Flote. 
Erm. on two bare humetty ga. six escallops arg. 

three and three. Dabridqcoub, co. Warwick. 
Esouoheon 
Arg. two bare gu. on the firet an esoucheon erm. 

Marttn, CO. Hertford. 
Or two bare gu. on the firet an escucheon erm. 

Martyn, Lord Mayor of London, 1492. 
Esoucheoni 
Erm. on two bare gu. three esoncheons or. Hall. 

Halle. 
Fish 
Or on two bare gu. as many shrimps naiant arg. 

ASEA. 

Or on two bare wavy gu. as many shrimps of the 

firet. Sea. Atsea, F*. 
Or on two bare wavy gu. three shrimps of the firet 

two and one. Atsea, V. 
Fleurs-de-lis 
Arg. on two bars sa. three fleure-de-lis or. Hoet, 

lx)ndon ; granted 23 March, 1663. 
Arg. two ban humetty vert three fieure-de-lis or 

two and one. William Rotheley, V. 
Or on two bare gu. four fleure-de-lis arg. two and 

two. RicHABDs; granted 1618. Richards, 

Fringe, Norfolk. 
Flowen 
Arg. on two bare gu. three roses of the field 

barbed vert seeded or two and one. Oblebar, 

Uinwiok House, oo. Bedford. 
8-foils 
Or An two bare gu. six 3-foil8 arg. three and 

three. Palmer, K*. 
Or on two bare gu. six 8-foils slipped of the firet 

three and three. Palmer, Earl of Oastlemain, 

and Baron of Limerick, 1730. 
6-foils 
Arg. on two bare az. three 5-foils of the field. 

Teverrey. Whitney. Willouohby. Witney. 
Arg. on two bare az. three 5-foils or. Stapleford, 

00. Derby, and oo. Nottingham, temp. Henry 

111. Richard de Willouohby, Y. 
Or on two bare sa. three d-foils arg. two and one. 

Coward, Wells, co. Somereet. 
Arg. on two bare az. six 5-foil8 or. Willouohby. 
Arg. on two bare engr. az. six 5-foils or three and 

U)ree. LENOHE,Wyoh,co. Worcester. Lenche 

or Lench. 
Arg. on two bare g^. six 5-foils or three and 

three. Palmer, co. Bedford. 
Fretty 
Arg. two bare gu. fretty or. Clopton or Clotton. 

St. Lyz, V. Cibturcian Abbey at Saltrey, 

Saltry, or Sawtrey, co. Huntingdon. 



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Oarbf 

Arg. on two bare sa. three garbs or. ENioHTBBmoE, 
Chelmsford, Essex. 
Outtyi 
Az. two bare engr. arg. gutty de sang. Rous,London. 
Erm. on two bare sa. six guttys d'or three and 
three. Stokes. 
Heads 
Arg. on two bare az. as many lion's hei^ erased 
or. Harpub, F*. 

Heads (Beast) Boar 
Az. on two bare engr. or three boar's heads erect 
couped sa. two and one. The modem coat of 
TwEMLOw, CO. Chester. 
Az. on two bare engr. or three boar's heads'erect 
couped sa. two and one with a orescent in chief 
for diff. TwEMLOW, Arclyd, Hatherton, and 
Northwich, oo. Chester: and with due diff. its 
branch, Twemlow, Alsager; and the Elms, 
Betley, co. Stafibrd ; quartered with the ancient 
coat, aiig. a chevron or betw. three squirrels 
sejant gu. 

....Dog 
Arg. on two bare az. three greyhound's heads 
erased or. Harper, Bambury. 
....Leopard 
Arg. on two bare sa. three leopard's heads or two 
and one. Shoobridge, Uckfield, Sussex; 
granted 16 April, 1662. 
Aj^. on two bare sa. three leopard's heads or 
jessant fletire-de-lis of the firet. Morland, W. 

....lion 
Arg. on two bare betw. three lion's heads erased 
or two and one. Harpur, Bambury, K. 
....Oz 
Arg. on two bare sa. three bull's heads cabossed 
of the field. Stomestreet or Stonestreete, 
Huretmonoeaux ; and Westham, Sussex; the 
heiress m. Griffin. Stonestreet, Halton, 
Sussex ; and Stondon Hall, Essex. 
....Leopard 
. Gn. on two bare or four leopard's faces sa. two 
and two. Pinner, Buiy St. Edmund's, Sofiblk ; 
granted May 2, 1612; and Sussex. 
Loayes 
Erm. on two bare sa. six elm leaves or three and 
three. Ellames, Allerton Hall, LiverpooL 
Elmes, Stanfield, co. Lincoln. 
Erm. on two bare sa. ten elm leaves or fiyre and 
five. Elmes, V. Elmes, co. Lancaster; and 
Lilford, CO. Northampton. 
Loieiigei 
Gn. on two bare arg. six lozenges of the firet 
three and three. Geering. 
Maacles 
Az. on two bare arg. three masoles gu. Darnell 
or Darnhill, co. Lincoln. 
Monster 
Arg. two bare sa. on the upper one a wivem 
volant tail extended of the field. Manfeld, K. 
MuUet 
Arg. two bare sa. on the uppermost a pierced 

mullet or. Pever. 
Or two bars sa. on the uppermost a mullet • . . • 
Penrey. Norfolk. 
MuUeta 
Arg. on two bare sa. as many pierced mallets or. 

HOPTON. 

Arg. on two bare az. three mullets or. John de 

ESSEBINGTON, Y, 

Arg. on two bare gu. three mullets of the first 
two and one. Amys, Essex. Maynwarzno, V, 



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Arff. OD two btrs go. three mallets or. Abiyas, 

Essex. 
kr^. 00 two bars sa. three mallets or two and one. 

HOPTON. 

Az. 00 two Ws arg. three mullets go. two and 

OOe. KnCPERLEY. 

Az. on two bars or three mallets ga. two and one. 

Kkipell. Kntperle, V, 
Az. on two bars or three pierced mallets ga. 

KSTPLE, F. 

Arg. on two bars sa. six mallets or three and 

three. HoPTON, co. York. LsNTHAiiL. 
Arg. on two bars sa. six pierced mullets of the 
first three and three. Robert Hopton, X. 
HoFTos, Ermeley Hall. 
Arg. on two bars sa. six mullets of as many 
points or three and three. Hopton, co. York. 
John HoPTON, Bishop of Norwich, 1554-9. 
EmLon two bars gu. six mallets or three and 

three. Walter Bavant, Y. 

Srm.oa two barn gu. six pierced mullets or. Bavant. 

Erm. oQ two bars sa. six mullets or three and 

ihree. Sir Arthur Hopton, V, Hopton, co. 

Somerset ; and Blithbon, Suffolk. 

Era. 00 two bars sa. six pierced mullets or. 

floPTON, Armeley Hall, Leeds. 
£rm. on two bars sa. six mullets of as many 
pointe or. Hopton. 
Pa]0ti 
St. on two bars wavy arg. six palets wavy gu. three 
md three. Way. 
Souidle 
Arg. two bars sa. on the first a bezant. Pellat, 
Pnirr, or Pbixot, Bignall Park ; and Boluey, 
Sttisex. PnjxTT or Pillott. 
Boundlea (8 BesanU) 
Arg. 00 two bars gu. three bezants two and one. 
Martoi, CO. Gloucester. Willoughby, co. 
Nottingham, 
ijm. oo two bars gu. three bezants two and one. 
l^SABSoif, Moulton Park, co. Northampton. 
Peasson, Tankerton ; and Maize Hill, Qreen- 
vieh, Kent ; descended from Pearson of Sprat- 
ton, CO. Nottingham, temp. Richard III ; quar- 
tering RAOroRD. Tenet, V. Tennant. 
Erm. on two bars each i>er pale sa. and gu. three 
bezants two and one. Tennant, Chi^l House, 
near Skipton, co. York. 
Or on two bars gu. three bezants. Clebke, 
gramUd by Camden, W. 

(S Plataf) 

Erv. on two bars sa. three plates two and one. 

FxireAMT. 
Or on two ban go. three plates. Willoughby, 

Nottingham and Wollaton, oo. Nottingham. 
liM oo two bars gu. three plates. Clabke, V*. 

.. (4Bannto) 
Or 00 two bars az. four bezants two and two. 
Utbce or Utkeb, Norwich and Hoo, Norfolk. 
....(6 Boaats) 
Afg. oo two ban gu. six bezants three and 
*hrse. IfABmi, co. York. Sir Walter Mabtin 
OT Habtdcb, CO. Gloucester, V. Maetyn, co. 
Gkjocester. 
Or OB two ban go. six bezants three and three. 
^^Aimn, Cambridge. 

(10 Bcnato) 

Aq ^ CO two ban gu. ten bezants five and five. 
^"EiL, De Welle, or Dewill. 
«^two ban go. bezanty. Sire Waiy Mabtin, 
S. Habtyn, Cambridge. 



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Beast.... Dog 

Arg. on two ban sa. three 8-foils slipped of the 
field in chief a greyhound conrant of the second. 
Palmer, Warden Street, co. Bedford ; and Lad- 
brooke, co. Warwick. Palmeb, Cheam Park, 
Surrey. William Palmeb, Ladg^ve, oo. Warwick. 

Arg. on two ban sa. three 3-foil8 slipped of the 
field in chief a greyhound courant of the 
second collared or. Palmer, Waulip, co. Leices- 
ter, Bart.; quartering Hudson. 

Or on two ban gu. six S-foils arg. three and 
three in chief a greyhound courant sa. Palmeb, 
Suffolk ; temp. Edward II. SirThomas Palmer, 
Wingham, Kent (Baronetcy 1621, since of 
Domey Court, oo. Buckingham), from whom 
descended Roger Palmeb, Earl of Castlemaine. 
Palmeb, Boyne House, Tunbridge Wells. 
Palmeb, V. Palmeb, Sussex. 
. • . .Lion 

Arg. on two ban gu. six S-foils or three and three 
in chief a lion ramp. sa. Palmeb. 

Or on two ban gu. six 3-foiIs of the field three 
and three in chief a lion pass. ppr. Palmeb, 
Great Yarmouth ; and Loddon, Norfolk. 

Or on two ban gu. six 8 foils slipped arg. three 
and three in chief a lion pass. sa. Palmeb, 
Holt, V, 
Canton 

Gu. on two ban arg. six mascles of the fint three 
and three a canton erm. Geaby, Surrey. 

Gu. on two ban arg. six mascles of the fint three 
and three a canton or. Gebbey or Geebe, co. 
Hereford. 
on a Canton.... Anchor 

Gu. on two ban or three mascles az. two and one 
a canton arg. charged with an anchor sa. 
Geaby, Polesden, Surrey ; since of Oxonhoath, 
Kent, Bart.; quartering arg. a chev. voided 
betw. three fleun-de-lis within a bordure gu. 
....Chief 

Erm. on two ban sa. three bezants two and one 
a canton arg. charged with a chief of the second 
thereon a cross patty betw. two martlets of the 
third. Tennant, Little Aston Hall, Shenstone, 
00. Stafford. 

....6-FoU 

Az. two ban or the upper charged with three 
fleurs-de-lis the lower with three martlets gu. 
on a canton of the third a 5-foil arg. Peppabd, 
Cappagh, CO. Limerick. 
....Hand 

Arg. two ban engr. gu. on the upper as many 
martlets or and on the lower three escallops of 
the field a canton az. charged with a dexter 
hand in bend of the fint. Toll, Grewell, 
CO. Hants. 

Arg. two ban engr. gu. on the upper three 
martlets and on the lower as many escallops 
or a canton az. charged with a dexter hand 
apaumy in bend of the fint. Christopher Toll, 
CO. Gloucester, W, 

....Head 

Gu. on two ban arg. six mascles of the fint three 
and three a canton or charged with a leopard's 
face az. William Gebe, Brakway, V. Geaby, 
Geebe, or Geby, Bushmead Priory, oo. Bed- 
ford; descended from Gery of Royston, co. 
Herts, 1509; the cohein m. Milnes, Milnes, 
and Wade. 

Gu. on two ban or six mascles az. three and three 
a canton of the last charged with a leopard's 
head of the second. Gebby, co. Lancaster. 



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"RAIL On 8 BABB and in oldef.... cont. 

on a Canton . . . .Head cont. 
Ga. on two bars or six masoles az. three and 

three a canton of the second charged with a 

leopard's head of the third. Geare, co. Devon. 

Gere, Heavitree ; and Kenney, co. Devon. 
Gn* on two bars or six mascles az. three and 

three a canton of the second charged with a 

leopard's head of the ftrst. Geare, Gillingham, 

Kent ; and Heavitree, co. Devon. 
Gn. on two bars or six mascles of the first three 

and three a canton az. (sometimes sa.) charged 

with a leopard's face of the second. Gearing 

or Gerino, Winterton, co. Lincoln. 
Chief 
Or on two bars az. as many barrulets dancetty 

arg. a chief indented of the second. John 

Sawbridoe of Olantigh, co. Kent, Lord Mayor 

of London, 1775. Sawbridoe, East Haddon, 

CO. Northampton. Sawbridoe, North Kilworth, 

CO. Leicester; all descended from Saunders, 

of Hill Morton, co. Warwick, 1637. 
Arg. on two bars gu. six 5-foils or a chief indented 

of the last. Farra, Norfolk. 

on a Chief. . . .Flower 
Az. on two bars or as many martlets each betw. 

a pair of fleurs-de-lis of the first on a chief of 

the second a rose gu. seeded gold barbed vert 

betw. two fleors-de-Us of the field. Jenkes. 
. . . .Tail 
Or on two bars az. as many barrulets dancetty 

arg. a chief indented of the second chaiiged with 

an ermine spot or. Sawbredoe. 
....Tope 
Sa. on two bars arg. three water bongets vert two 

and one a chief gu. charged with three playing. 

tops of the second. Topp. 
CroBsee 
Sa. on two bars erm. as many annulets and in chief 

three crosses formy or. Bathtjbst, Isle of 

Wight. 

Flowers • 
Gu. on two bars or as many crosses bottony of 

the field in chief three roses arg. barbed vert 

seeded gold. Dalfoy, Lreland. 
Head (Beast) Boar 
Arg. two bars gn. the uppermost charged with 

three mullets or in chief a boar's head couped 

az. Irland, Baruban, Scotland. 
....Dog 
Sa. two bars erm. billetty of the first in chief a 

hound's head erased betw. two chaplets or. 

Hall, Salop. 
Sa. two bars erm. billety of the first in chief a 

talbot'8 head erased betw. two chaplets or. 

John Haix, Evers, co. Salop, V, 
Heads 
Arg. on two bars gu. three hounds courant of the 

field in chief as many wolf's heads erased of 

the second. Lelon or Lelow. 
Tops 
Sa. on each of two bars arg. a water bouget 

vert in chief three tops of the second. 

Towpis, F. 

On 8 BAB8 betw 

BiUets 
Or on two bars sa. betw. three billets gu. two 

and one five martlets (?arg.) three and two. 

Kelley, Kelly, or Keylley. 
Or on two bars betw. as many billets lying fess- 

wise gu. six martlets arg. three and three. 

Kele, London. 



BAB. On 8 BABB betw. . . . ,cotU. 

Billets cont. 

Or on two bars sa. betw. three billets lying feas- 
wise gu. two and one six martlets arg. three 
and three. Thomas Keyle, London, V. 

Or on two bars sa. betw. three billets gu. two and 
one five mullets (? arg.) three and two. Kelley, 
Kelly, or Keylley. 
Bordnre 

Gu. on two bars within a bordure arg. four mart- 
lets in pale sa. Aldwek, co. York, V. 

Erm. on each of two bars az. as many crosses 
patty or a bordure engr. sa. charged with four 
escallops and as many crosses alternately arg. 
and gu., granted in behalf of the Bev. Dr. 
Samuel Parr, Prebendary of St. Paul's. 

Or on two bars gu. within a bordure vert eight 
escallops arg. Pryer, France. 

Arg. on two bars gu. within a bordure of the se- 
cond three 3-foils or. Palmer. 

Az. two bars and a bordure arg. all gutty de aang. 
Amarle. Armarle, V. 
Flannehes 

Or on two bars humetty gu. three leaves of the 
first two fiaunches of the second. Frver, 
Thomes, co. Stafford. 
Fleurs-de-lis 

Az. on two bars dancetty or betw. three fleurs de 
lis arg. two mullets in chief and a orescent in 
base gu. Harkness, Scotland. 
Heads 

Arg. on two bars az. betw. three leopard's &ces in 
pale gu. six bezants. Amson, Chester. 

On 2 BAB8 betw. or within. ... 

and in ehief . . . . 
on a Canton 
Erm. on two bars sa. four crosses patty or two 
and two all within a bordure engr. of the se- 
cond charged with roses and escallops alter- 
nately arg. on a canton of the third six bees 
volant ppr. Bish. 
Cross 
Arg. on two bars gu. six martlets or three and 
three all within a bordure engr. sa. in chief a 
cross flory betw. two fleurs-de-lis az. Wabob, 
Bastchurch, Hinton, and Newton, co. Salop. 

8 BAB8 
.... three bars .... over all a lion ramp .... 

Thomas Atte Lathe's seal, Willinghall, Norfolic, 

27 Edward IIL 
Arg. three bars az. Burt or Burtt. Cakfrae, 

Glenbog, Scotland. Elricht, oo. Leicester. 

Grey. Maouire, England. St. Philibert. 
Arg. three bars az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

crowned or. Wilmescott. Sire Henri de 

WiLLEMESCOTB, N, 

Arg. three bars az. a bend gu. Gaunt, Ijord 

Lindsey. 
Arg. three bars az. over all a bend masculy gti. 

Grey. 
Arg. three bars az. on a bend gu. as many leopard's 

heads or. Gray. 
Arg. three bars az. on a bend gu. as many bezants. 

Green. Grey. 
Arg. three bars az. over all an eagle with two 

heads gu. armed or. Speke, Cornwall. 
Arg. three bars az . over all a saltire gu. Delaport. 
Arg. gutty-de-sang three bars humetty az. 

Amarle. Armablb, V, 
Arg. three bars lozengy az. Faconberge. 
Arg. three bars wavy az. Samfobo, 1295. 

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Aig. three bars wavy az. over all a lion ramp, of 
the first BuLBECK, Kingston, granted 24 April, 
ld59. 

Arg. three bars wavy az. orer all a crescent gu. 

SCAMIX. 

Arg. three bars erm. Kirkebton. 

Arg. three bars nebuly ermines. William Moreis, 
F. 

Arg. three bars gn. Babtlet. Bohttn (?). Bussey, 
asqurtered bj Yiscoont Townahend. Cameron, 
Lochiel; the Inranches of Lochiel were Cameron, 
Letterfinlay, styled Mac-Vic-Vartin ; Strone; 
Gleoevis ; Caloart ; Errocht and Drimnassallie ; 
Glendessary and Dangallon ; Fassifem, etc. 
Chaicpnet. William Cbepin, C. Coatsworth, 
Neweagtie. Eorbmokd. Garmon. Grey. 
Mabtik, Bodmin, Cornwall ; the oo-heirs m. 
Trefosis and Winter, temp. Henry lY. Moltone, 
K. JfoLTONorMouLTON. TebauddeMoLETONE, 
A. Thomas de Molton, J, Sire Thomas de 
MoLToxB, N. Sire Thomas de Moulton, B,I. 
Sir de Moulton, Eg^mont, V; quartered by 
&4TCIUTE, Lord Fitzwalter, U, Le Sire de 
MocLTox, Gillesland, Y. Kafe Multon, Egre- 
mood, y. Thonaas de Multon, K. Muschampe, 
Soney. Pashley, CO. Berks. Scerlogo, Wales. 

SCOWLAOE. SCOWRLAGE, V, William SOULES, 

r. WoLLAcoMBE, Wollacombe, co. DeTon ; the 

heiress m. Stafford. 
Aig. three bars go. a label of five points az. 

MouLTOK or MuLTOM, Baron of GiUesland, 

temp. Edward I; the label vert, Thomas 

MouLTos, GiUesland, Y; the label sa. Thomas 

de MoDLTON, le Forestier, B. 
Aif. three bars gn. in chief a mullet sa. 

WouAcovBE, CO. Devon, 1611. Arg. three bars 

fiLamuUet for diff. Wollcombe, Hemerdon 

Old Ashbory, co. Devon ; derived from a com- 

noo ancestor with the Wollacombes of Wolla- 

combe. 
Arg. three bars go. a bend sa. Multon. Rosse. 

Thobpe. 
Arg. three bars gn. a bend engr. sa. Newetx. 

Bossi, V. Sire Johan de Ros, N, Thorpe, V. 
Arg. three bars gn. on a bend of the last as many 

e«caUop« (NT. Mencaster. 
Arg. three bars ga. on a bend sa. as many escal- 

loM or. Mekcastbb, Essex. Sir Walter 

MoscASTKB, Essex, temp. Edward I, V. 
Arg. three bars and over all as many eastles gtu 

Alysb, F. 
Arg. three bars gtu over all as many towers triple 

tovered or two and one. Allen. 
Arg- three bars go. over all a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Stavelet. 
Arg. three bars gn. over all a crosier in bend staff 

0g. bead or. Gilbertine priory at Alvinoham, 

eo.IiDeoln. 
Aig. three bars ga. over all a long cross in bend 

WttXet .... Gilbertine prioiy at Maltoh, co. 

York. 
Azg. three bars daaoetty go. Baalttn or Bai.un, 

y*. Baisett, Comwidl, V*, Bassett, North 

ievenham, and Umberly, V. 
Aig. three bars embattled t>n the top go. Sir 

JohnBABBYs, F. 
^' three bars embattled go. Barry. 
Aig. three bars enarehed in the middle ga. 

HxscKBLL, London. 
Arg. three bars engr. gn. William Crepyn, C. 
%• three bars hcunetty go. Demre, Syeston, 
«o.York. 



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Arg. three bars indented gu. Boline. 

Arg. three bars nebuly gn. Chabpayne. 

Ghampney, Kent. Danmare. Linnino, Scotland. 

Arg. three bars nebuly gu. on a bend sa. as many 
bezants. Golover, F. 

Arg. three bam wavy gu. Bassett, Z, 449. 
Champaine. Robert de Champakie, A, Harl. 
MS, 137, fo. 90. Champney. Sir Johan de 
Chaumpayne,^. Dalby. Drumvond, Cargill ; 
and Stobhall, Scotland. Garmon. Polmervy. 

Arg. three bars wavy gu. on a bend sa. as many 
mullets or. Cbissell or Chussell. 

Arg. three bars sa. Affleck, Dalbam Hall, 
Suffolk, quartering Dolben, Mulsho, Aston, 
Vincent, Bernak, Pass, Dive, Wigtoft, Proctor, 
etc. Auchenleck, that Ilk, co. Angus ; 
the co-heirs m. in 1499 Cunningham of 
Craigends, and Boswell. Bushe or Busse, 
Heather, co. Lincoln. Bushy or Bushgy. 
Bussey. Le Sire de Bussy, Y, John Bussy, 
S, y. Sire Huge de Bussye, N. Careswell. 
Frooenball, Faversham, Kent ; on the cloisters 
of Canterbury cathedral. Hooesdon or 

HoosDON. HoTHAM, CO. York. Houghton, co. 
Lancaster, F. Houohton. Marshatx, Head- 
ingly, CO. York. Polkinohorne, Polkinghome, 
Cornwall ; the heirs m. Williams and Glynn. 
Porter, F. Raymond, Marpole, co. Devon ; 
and Laingley Park, Kent. Raymond, Saling 
Hall, Essex. Raymond, Valentine House, 
Essex ; Baronetcy 8 May, 1774. Trevery, F. 

Arg. three closets sa. Anchileck, Scotland. 

Arg. three bars and a crescent sa. Hauohton. 

Arg. three bars sa. a bend erm. Fincham, Cam- 
bridge, and Norfolk. Fyncham, Norfolk, F. 

Arg. three bars sa. over all on a bend gu. as 
many escallops or. Spruse or Spreuer, F. 
Spreuse, F*. 

Arg. three bars sa. over all a cotton hank or. 
Cotton. 

Arg. three bars sa. over all as many cotton hanks 
or. Cotton, W. Haward, co. Gloucester, F. 

Arg. three bars sa. on a pale of the second as 
many plates. Smyth, co. Hereford ; and co. 
Hertford ; granted 1563. 

Arg. three bars sa. a maunch gu. Hugh de 
Maoneby, p. Hugh Makby, Y, John de 
Manby, y. 

Arg. three bars humetty sa. Byncks. Lamott, 
London, formerly of Flanders, 1633. 

Arg. three bars indented sa. Shilford. 

Arg. three bars nebuly sa. Sir Rauf Basset, J, 

ECLESnELD. 

Arg. three bars nebuly sa. a bend or. Poore, 

CO. Oxford. 
Arg. three bars voided sa. Burkton, Norfolk. 
Arg. three bars voided sa. over all a lion ramp. 

gu. Mayer. 
Arg. three bars wavy sa. Sir Rauf Basset, J, 
Arg. three bars vert Frie. Frys, F. Grimsteed, 

CO. Dorset. Southam. Virtue, co. Berks. 
Arg. three bars vert over all a Uon ramp. gu. 

Case, Barwick. 
Arg. three bars nebuly vert on a bend of the first 

as many torteaux. Goulston, co. Hertford. 
Az. three bars arg. Lucas Chai^i, E, Cramborne 

and Crambitrne. Sir Rauf de Cramburne, F. 

Ilesley. Josley. Kawn, co. Chester. Lucas. 

Tame. Lucas Tame, Essex, F. Taney or 

Tany. Tanner. Sire Johan Tany,^. Monsire 

de Tany, Y. John Tany, Y, 
Az. three bars humetty arg. Huttom, oo. York. 



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Az. three bars nebtily arg. Mabtin, oo. York. 
Martyn. 

Az. three bars wavy arg. Browning, F. Browning, 
Cowley, CO. Gloucester. Bulbeck. Delamare. 
Martyn, Stanton, Suffolk and co. York. 
Samford. Sandforo. Henry de Sandford, 
Bishop of Rochester, 1227-35. Sandford, 
Ireland ; certified May ] 779. Westlake, Kirk- 
hampton. Cistercian Abbey at Woburn, co. 
Bedford. 

Az. three bars wavy arg. over all a bend gu. 
Halswell, Halswell and Wells, co. Somerset. 

Az. three bars nebuly erm. Sir . . de Holcah, V, 

Az. three bars or. College of St Mary at 
Maidstone. Seyuour, Ireland. Sfyournell, 
V, Tame. Tany. 

Az. three bars or a label gu. Merton. 

Az. three bars or a bend arg. Staxhowe, 

Az. three bars or over all a bend compony arg. 
and gu. Leigh, oo. Chester. 

Az. three bars danoetty or. Longden. Lov^day^ 
Essex. Sire Richard Loveday, N. Loveday, 
Suffolk, V, Lowden. 

Az. three bars nebuly or. Fainford. 

Az. three bars vairy erm. and gu. Bbewes. 

Erm. three bars wavy arg. Morris. 

Erm. three bars az. Colter or Coulter, Scot- 
land. Offewell. Oswell, CO. Devon; the 
heiress m. Orwey. Tyrrell. 

Erm. three bars az. a bend gu. Fbohantbill, 
V, 

Erm. three bars az. a bendlet gu. Fromantrel, V, 

Erm. three bars gu. Fotheringhax, Pourie, 
Scotland. Henry Heuse, A^ Harl, MS, 6137, 
fo. 91. Sire Henry Husee, N, V. Monsire 
Thomas HusEE,2r. Le Sire Husee, Y. Thomas 
Husee, Y. Henry Hussy, A, Martin, Ireland. 
Whishirts. 

Erm. three barrulets gu, Edefyn, co. Worcester, 

Erm. three bars dancetty gu. Barlo. 

Erm. three bars humetty gu. Abriscoxtrt, oo. 
Oxford. Dabrichcourt or Dambreticourt, 
V, Dabridgcourt, Strathfield, co. Hants, 16 '^9. 
Sir John Dapscourt, T. M. Nicol Dabrichcourt, 
S. Sansett Dabbichecourt, S. 

Erm. three bars nebuly gu. Fouot. 

Erm. three bars or. Norrington. 

Erm. three bars humetty or. Abbiscourt, co. 
Oxford. 

Erm. three bars sa. Barley. Emerick. Franoies. 
Francois. Franooys, V, Raikes. 

Erm. three bars nebuly sa. Mares, V, 

Erm. three bars wavy sa. Bailey. Barley. 
Barlo, Essex. 

Erm. three bars wavy sa. a crosier in pale or. 
Augustiuian Abbey at Missendbn, oo. Buck- 
ingham. 

Erm. three bars vert. Fazakerley, Fazakerley, 
CO. Lancaster. Fitz-Akerley, co. Lancaster. 
Oaskell or Gaskill, co. Lancaster. Yale. 

Erm. three bars nebuly vert. Fasakyr, V, 

Ermines three bars nebuly arg. William Mores, 
V. 

Ermines three bars nebuly sa. Barley, oo. 
Hertford, V. Mores, V*. 

Gu. three bars arg. Sir Richard Bellinohav, 
Essex; temp. Edward I, V, Bensted, V. 
Berunohau. Categny. Foxley. Karkenton 
or Karkington. Kirkenton, V, Thomas de 
MoLETON, E, Thomas de Molton, F, J. 
Le Sire de Moulton, Fraunkton, Y. Pusey, 
Pusey, CO. Berks, quartering Bouvebie. 



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Gu. three bars dancetty arg. Basset, oo. Devoo, 
V. Catenham, V, Tottenham, Ballyduff, co. 
Waterford, temp. Queen Elizabeth; Tottenham 
Green, co. Wexford. Tottenham, Baroneicy 
1780, now LoFTus, Marquis of Ely. Tottenham, 
New Ross, CO. Wexford ; Ballycurr>', co. Wick- 
low ; and Glenfam Abbey, co. Leitrim. 

Gu. three bars embattled on the top edge arg. 
Monsire Robert Barre, S. 

Gu. three bars embattled arg. Barry, Roclaveston 
Manor, co. Nottingham. 

Gu. three bars engr. arg. Giffard. 

Gu. three bars humetty arg. Heuosal or 
Heungsale. Helingsale, V. Lawfull. 

PiGMEYNE or PiGVENEY. 

Gu. three bars voided arg. Barry, co. Devon. 

Bensted. 
Gu. three bars wavy arg. Choke, Abingdon. 
Gu. three bars wavy arg. on a bend sa. three 

bezants. Golofer or Golofry. 
Gu. th ree bars chequy arg. and az. Barry, Devon. 
Gu. three bars compony arg. and az. Bab£y. 

Monsire Thomas Barr, quartering barry of »ix 

or and az. a bend gu. S, 
Gu. three bars compony arg. and sa. Barbey 

or Barrey. Barre, V. Bayre. Barre. 
Gu. three bars erm. Beverley. Giffard or 

GiFFORD, Yester or Gifford Hall, Scotland. 

Margaret Huse's seal, 1243. Matilda Hube's 

seal, 1304. Monsire John de Kirketon, Y. 

Kirkenton, Kirkton, or Eerton, Kirton, co, 

Lincoln. Sir John Eyrketon or Kyrklington, 

V, Kyrkton. 
Gu. three bars dancetty erm. Catenham. 
Gu. three bars humetty erm. Bedman. 
Gu. three bars nebuly erm. Sir Walter 

GOLDINOHAM, F. 

Gu. three bars or. Beaumont. Berry, Crediton ; 

descended through Berry, Molland; from 

Berry, Beny N arbor. East Leigh, Lobb, eto.,co. 

Devon. Ralph de Bury, Bury Narbor, temp. 

Henry III; the heiress, 17(is, m. Kirkham. 

Blackford or Blakford. Blakeford, F. 

Cameron, Glendessary. Muschampb, Peckham, 

Surrey. Poynings. St. Owen. 
Gu. trois barres d'or diaspres. Le Counte de le 

Ille or del Ille, C, and HarL MS. 6580, p. 48. 
Gu. three bars dancetty or. Mandut or Manduyt. 
Gu. three bars humetty or. Abrisoourt, co. 

Oxford. 
Gu. three bars wavy per fess wavy or and erm. 

over all a saltire of the first. Cheston, Mil- 

denhall, Suffolk. 
Gu. three bars vair. Castell. Le Sire de Casteu, 

Y. Thomas Chaston, Y. Gemstbd, F*. Sire 

Andrew de Graunstede, N. Sir Andrew 

Gremsted, CO. Somerset, F. Ingehak, F*. 
Gu. three bars vairy arg. and sa. Frene. 
Gu. three bars nebuly vert a chev. erm. Rolston. 
Or three bars az. Conan de Ashe(port), Y. Ash. 

Conan de Ask,P. Aske, Aske, and Ousthorp, co. 

York. Constable, Halsham, CO. York. Coyle, 

Ireland. Thomas Mandevile, Y. Mandbville. 

Panbridge. Pembridge, CO. Salop. 
Or three bars az. an annulet in the centre point 

for diff. Aske, Aske, co. York. Richard Aske, 

Aghton, CO. York, 24 Henry VI, F. 
Or three bars az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

MOWNES. 

Or three bars az. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. 
Willemscott, F*. Sir Henry Willmbscott, 
CO. Gloucester, temp. Edward III, F. 



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BAR. 



8 BAB8....eorU. 



Or three ban az. a bend go. Eltabd. Penbbuo, 

r. QUAPLED, QUAPELADB, OI QUAPPELAD. 

Or three bars az. on a bend engrailed of the field 
as nianj escallops sa. Sixbt, Norfolk. 

Or three bars az. oyer all an eagle dlspl. gu. beaked 
and tnned or. Jemegan Fitz-Huoh, Tanfelde, 
P. 

Or three bars az. over all an eagle with two heads 
expanded ga. Wauiond, Albonne, co. Wilts. 

Or three bars az. a saltire gn. De Pobt, lord of 
Basing, eo. Hants, the heiress m. Saint John. 

Or three bars wayy az. Samvobd. Stamfobd. 

Or three bars gn. Bohun. Boubnett. Daiaie 
or Dalbt. Sir Brian Fitz-Aletn, N, Fitz- 
AuMTSE. Mabttx. Meschines. Mostone, 
Valooe, Ireland, IT. Moulton,K*. Muschamp, 
F. MuscHAHPE or Mi}scHAMp, Horsley, oo. 
Surrey; the heirec^ m. Vesey, of Ireland. Sir 
William de Muschamp, of Barmoor, Northum- 
beriaod, 1267, son of Stephen, third son of 
Thomas de Muschamp, Baron of Wooler ; the 
heress m. Ford, Stratheam, and Hontercombe. 
MciTU5. Oldknbvbo, Z, 554. Raf de Seint- 
Oww, F, St, Owen. Pembise. Stowebs. 

Or three bars g^ snrmonnted by a bend az. 
BuxsESTOH. Sir Hngh de Bbaundeston. 

Or three bars ga. oTor all on a bend sa. as many 
aseallops of the first. Liohtfoot. 

Or three barmleta go. over all a saltire of the 
last Bewib. 

Ortfareebarsdancettyga. Detncoubt. Delamabb, 
eo. Bedford. Ds la Mabe, K. Mabb or De 
uMabe. 

Or three bars nebaly go. Sir Salathiel Loyell, 
Baron of the Exchequer 1708. Loyell, Har- 
katoo, 00. Northampton ; the heiress, m., 1742, 
BadcocL Sire Johan Lotell, J. 

Or three bars wavy gn. Basset, Baroness 
Basset Basset, Hedington, the direct de- 
secndents of the Chief Jnstice. Basset, 
Cornwall and Devon. Damset. Dansie. Sire 
Johan Lotell, J.- and perhaps William Edendon 
orEDnroTON, Bishop of Winchester, 1346-66. 

Or three bars wavy gn. qnartering or a lion's head 
oiaed within a doable tressnre flory counter- 
ilory go. as a coat of angmentation. Dbummond, 
Uxbndge, Middleaex; and Charing Cross, 
London. Dbummond, Denham, near Uxhridge, 
Middlesex ; and Dmmtochy Castle, co. Perth. 
Dbtmhoio), Cadlands, eo. Hants. Dbummond, 
StiDmore, Middlesex; all as descended from 
DstJ]aioND,yi8CoantStratha]lan, slain in 1745, 
and attainted ; the dignity was restored in 1824. 

Ck three bars wavy go. Dbummond, Duke of 
Xelfon (Barl of Perth, Baron StobhaU, etc., 
temp. James II) ; qnartering or three bars wavy 
ga. and as a coat of augmentation az. a lion 
ramp. arg. within a double tressnre of Scotland, 
^Dbommokd of Melfort, with MoNTEncHET, 
I)'Ata>[BKBT, and De Bbbenoeb. 

Or throe bars wavy gu. a mullet surmounted of 
an annulet Dbummond, Carlourie, Scotland. 

Or three bars wavy gn. over all a naked man 
aaiaat in pale grasping in the dexter hand a 
avord and having his sinister hand and feet in 
aetioB all ppr. Dbummond, Kildies, Scotland. 

Or three bars wavy gn. with a scimetar in pale 
arf. hilt and pomel of the field. Dbummond. 

Or three bars wavy gn. in the centre a human 
^Mrt eoimterehanged. Dbummond, Cultma- 
Wy,Seotland. 
Ortltce ban sa. Tobdea^e. 



BAB. 



S BAS8....con(. 



Or three bars sa. on an escuoheon of the first a 

canton gu. Combays. 
Or three bars and two pales sa. Bebmleyot 

Bebmely. 
Or three bars sa. a pile az. Oiowse. 
Or three hex's dancetty sa. Shelfobd. Shilfobd. 
Or three bars nebuly sa. Blunt. 
Or three bars wavy sa. Lakinoton, Washbonme, 

CO. Devon. Mountjoy. Yidleb. 
Or three bars vair. Acton. 
Or three bars vert-. Bbay, V, Fbie. Fbis or 

Fbibe. Sir John Moione, F. Moione or 

MoYONE, V, MoLTON, Kent. Multon, St. 

Clare's, Kent. 
Or three bars vert a lion ramp. gu. Dobseley. 
Or three bars vert a bend g^. Puminge. 
Or three bars vert a baton gu. Sir Michael 

PoYNiNGES, I^; Harl. MS. 6137. 
Or three bars vert over all an eagle displ. sa. 

Pbannell or Pbanell, Martin Wothy, co. Hants ; 

London ; granted 1584. Pbannell, Rudsmill, 

CO. Hertford. Henry Pbannell, Alderman of 

London, 1584, W. 
Paly of six arg. and az. three bars gu. Bubley. 
Per bend sa. and az. three bars or. Kenan, 

Scotland. 
Per pale arg. and erm. three bars gtu Moulton, 

Plymouth, oo. Devon ; Viiitation 1620. 
Per pale or and arg. three bars nebuly. gu. 

Monsire John Dandeseye, 8, Danncey. 
Per pale or and arg. three bars wavy gu. 

Dandesey. 
Sa. three bars arg. Eaton, Worcester. Haughton. 

Richurd de Hoghton, X. Sire Adam de 

Houghton, co. Lancaster, F. Monsire Richard 

de Houghton, S, Houghton or Haughton, 

Haughton, co. Chester; Petersfield, co. Hants; 

Lancaster, and Sussex. Houghton, Alderman 

of London, d. 81 Dec. 1596. Lea, Lea, oo. 

Lancaster. Poeteb, co. Warwick. Sir William 

Schablow, F. 
Sa. three bars arg. a label of three points gu. 

Richard 4p Houghton, 8. 
Sa. three bars arg. a mullet of the first. John de 

Hoghton, X. 
Sa three bars arg. in chief a mullet of the last 

Houghton, Mayfield, Sussex. 
Sa. three bars humetty aiig. Rodbley. 
Sa three bars nebuly arg. Estbuby. 
Sa. three bars wavy arg. Ethelfield. 
Sa. three bars wavy erm. Bayfield, Bayfield. 
Sa. three bars indented or. Loveles, co. Berks. 
Sa. three bars wavy or. Logie, that Ilk. 
Yair three bars gu. Beamont,F*. Cany. Cabcey. 

Castell. Caynes, CO. Wilts, F. Kemis, F. 

Kemys. Keynes or Keyneto, Tarent, co. 

Dorset ; temp. Henry I. Sir Robert de Keynes, 

F. 
Yairy erm. and gu. three bars az. Bbucb. De 

Bbeys, CO. Brecon. 
Yairy gu. and arg. three bars or over all a lion 

ramp, of the second. Pevebell. 
Yert three bars erm. a lion ramp. az. Bagnall. 
Yert three bars humetty or. Abbiscoubt, co. 

Oxford. 

S BASS and in chief. . . . 

(Some of the following ooata should probably ba 
blasoned Barry. . . .and on a chief. . . . ) 

Annulets 
Arg. three bars az. in chief as many annulets gu. 
Obay or Obey, Ireland ; granted 1613. 



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BAB. 3 BAB8 and in chief. . ,.cont, 

Annnleti eont. 
.... three bars az. in chief as many annulets ga. 

Cooke or Coke. Cooke, Lodgemore, and 

Farmhill, co. Gloucester. 
Or three bars sa. in chief as many annulets gu. 

ViSNEL. 

Sa. three bars and in chief as many annulets gu. 

MosTON. MouLTON,F*. Sir John doMuLTONjF. 
Sa. three bars arg. in chief as many annulets or. 

Setbcark, F*. Seykkes, V*. Setncks, 

SeYNKES, or SCYNKS. 

Sa. three bars and in chief three annulets or. 

MULTON. 

Beast (Dog) 
Arg. three bars gu. in chief a greyhound oourant. 

8KIPWITH, Skip with, Hever, and Ormesby, co. 

Lancaster ; Showers, Norfolk. 
Arg. three bars gu. in chief a greyhound nourant 

sa. collared or. Kepwith, co, Warwick. 

Skipwith, Prestwould, co. Leicester, Bart. 
Gu. three bars arg. in chief a greyhound in full 

course per pale or and erm. collared az. 

Skipwith, St. Alban's, co. Hertford; granted 

1507. 

• •• • (Lion) 
Or three bars az. in chief a demi lion issnant 

double queued sa. Sums, Adinston, Scot- 
land. 
Erm. three bars az. out of the uppermost a lion 

issuant .... Fruen, London. 
Erm. three bars and in chief a lion ramp, issuant 

gu. Freyne, V*. 
Gu. three bars arg. in chief a lion pass. or. 

Hemsley, Queen's County, Ireland. Hemsley. 
Gu. three barrulets erm. in chief a lion pass. 

guard, or. Hill. 
Or three bars az. in chief a lion pass. gu. on 

a chief of the second three mullets gold. 

Steillys, Scotland. 
Or three bars and a lion pass, in chief gu. 

Ormebod, Orroerod, co. Lancaster ; quartering 

Leoh ; the heiress m. Hargreaves. Ormeroo, 

Chorlton, co. Chester, and Tyldesley, co. Lan- 

caster. Obherod, Tyldesley, co. Lancaster, 

and Sedbury Park, co. Gloucester; derived 

from Ormerod of Ormerod, 1588; quartering 

Johnson of Tyldesley, Warbino of Walmersley, 

Crompton of Hacking Hall, and Nutall of 

Walmei-sley. Ormerod, Huntspill; visitaHon 

of Somerset, 1623. 
Sa. three bars .... and in chief a lion pass arg. 

Cyfferwest, Cowame. 

(Wolf) 

Arg. Uiree bars gu. in chief a wolf courant az. 

Reskymer or Roskymeb, Reskymer, Cornwall ; 

the co-heiress m. Trelawney,Mohun,Courtenay, 

and Lower. Roscomours, F*. 
Arg. three bars gu. in chief a wolf pass. az. 

Reskinner, Hailsford, Cornwall. Roscomours, 

V, 

Beasts 
Erm. three bars and in chief as many lions gu. 

KNYTiL, Knill, CO. Hereford. 
Bird (Eagle) 
Az. three bars wavy erm. in chief an eagle displ. 

betw. two ducal coronets or. Kinoford, 

Youlkston, Cornwall ; granted 1691. 

(Martlet) 

Or three bars wavy and in chief a martlet betw. 

two crescents gu. Drummond, Edinburgh. 
Paly of six. nrg. and az. threo bars sa. a martlet 

or. Mille. 



BAB. 8 BABB andinehief....c(mt. 
Birds (8 Martlets) 

Arg. three bars az. in chief as many martlets gu. 
Sir William Paynell, I. 

Arg. three bars gu. in chief as many martlets az. 
MoLTON, Norfolk. 

Arg. three bars sa. in chief as many martlets of 
the last. Caceil. Carrill, Tangley Park, 
Surrey. Carrill, Bentons, Sussex; the co- 
heirs m. Viscount Molyneux and Lord Morley. 
Carrill or Carrell, H arting, Sussex. Richard 
Carryll, created Baron Carryll by King James 
II at St. Germains : all descended from Sir 
John Caryll, Wamham, Seijeant at Law to 
Henry VIII. 

(Owls) 

Sa. three bars and in chief as many owls arg. 
Wakepeld, V. Wakefield, Kingston-upoD- 
Hull, CO. York. Wakefield, V*. 
Canton 

Arg. three bars gu. a canton erm. Afeslet, 
Surrey and Sussex. Apeele. John Aspelle, 

V, MoLTON. MOTTON. 

Arg. three bars and a canton gu. Briggs. 
Bryoos. Fuller, Rosehill Waldren ; and Ash- 
down House, Sussex; quartering Frayton, 
Eliott, Parker, and Parker of Ratton. 
Fuller, Tanners Waldren, Sussex. William 
Fuli^r, Bishop of Limerick, and of lincolo, 
oh. 1675. FuLWER, London. Fulwer, Sand- 
ridge Court, Surrey. Hollenshed. MultoNjF. 

Arg. three bars gu. a canton sa. Etone. 

Arg. three bars sa. a canton erm. Marshall, 
Fiskerton, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. three bars nebuly sa. a canton gu. Keble, 
West Creting, Old Newton; and Stowmarket, 
Suffolk. 

Arg. three bars wavy sa. a canton erm. Eebyll. 

Arg. three bars and a canton sa. Bbancbe, 
Westmoreland. Branshath, Bramspath, 

Branspeth, or Branspauohb. Branspath, oo. 
Westmoreland, V. Braunspath, F*. 

Gu. three bars and a canton sinister arg. Fuller, 
Ireland. 

Gu. three bars arg. a canton erm. Walshe, F. 

Gu. three bars arg. a canton or. Marshall, 
Abbot's Anne, co. Hants. ; Visitation^ 1634. 

Or three bars az. a canton erm. Newman. 

Or three bars gu. a canton erm. Robert 

Caunsfeld, 1386 ; Vincents Baronage^ p. 180. 
Ganfield. Gaulfield. Gaynsford. Martyn. 
Sr.... de Martyn, F. Moui.den, Stalen- 
borough House, Kent ; and oo. Lancaster. 

Or three bars nebuly gu. a canton erm. Lovell,F*. 

Or three bars gu. a canton sa. Bridges, Norfolk. 

Or three bars nebuly sa. a canton gu. Folville, 
CO. Leicester. 

Sa. three bars and a canton arg. Burton, Und- 
ley, CO. Leicester. Haughton. Marshall, co. 
Hants. Rothington, F. 

Sa. three bars arg. a canton or. Marshall, 
Abbots Anne, co. Hants ; Vititation, 1634. 

Yairy arg. and sa. three bars gu. a canton erm. 

ASPLEY. 

on a Canton. . . .Beast (Lion) 
Arg. three bars wavy az. on a canton gu. a lion 
pass. or. Holmes. 

....(Oz) 
Gu. three bars arg. on a canton of the second a 
bull pass, of the first. Deane. 
....Beastf (Lions) 
Or. three bars arg. on a canton arg. two lions 
pass. gu. Roijthe, F. 



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41 



BAB. 



S BASB..,.cofU, 



« t OiBton etmt. Bend 
Gn. tfaiee ban arg. on a canton erm. a bend of 

thefidd. Welch or Welsh. 
Go. three ban arg. on a canton erm. a bend 

lozeogy of the first. Walshe, V. 
Go. three ban arg. on a canton erm. a bend 

lozengj or and of the first. Walshall. 
Go. three ban or on a canton erm. a bend 

loxengj az. and or. Yalehet. 
Or three ban gn. on a canton erm. a bend engr. 

of the second. Stephen Waleys, F. 

• •••Bill^i 

Or three ban az. on a canton arg. fiTO billets sa. 
IsoLoa. 

• • • .Btra 

Arg. three ban az. on a canton of the second a 

martlet or. Lathebubt, V, 
....Book 
Arg. three ban gn. on a canton of the second a 

book or. Fulwab, Cork, Ireland ; granted 26 

Feb. 1035. 

....Otftle 
Aig. three ban go. on a canton of the last a 

to»«r (or castled or. Fuller, Isle of Wight. 

Fcua or Fui^web, oo. Hants; VisiUUion 

im. 

Gn. three ban aig. on a canton of the last a tower 

tr^towered sa. Deale, Fevenham, Kent. 
.... Ciwcent 
Ai|p. three ban sa. on a canton of the second a 

owcent of the firat. Buceton, Hull, co. York. 
Aig. three ban Toided sa. on a canton of the last 

a CRseent gn. Bu&kton, Brome, Sufiblk. 
....GroM 
Sib. three bars ga. on a canton az. a cross engr. 

ng. HcTTOFT, v. 
Sna. three bars gn. on a canton az. a cross engr. 

h«tw. four pheons arg. Henry Huttoft, co. 

Sib. three bars gn. on a canton az. a cross engr. 

arg. betw. four pheons or. HurrorTs, co. 

Htots; and Salisbnry, co. Wilts. 
Arg. three bars gn. on a canton sa. a cross formy 

or. EcT05. 
Or three ban go. on a canton erm. a cross formy 

of the second. Oabfeild, Tnddington, Mid* 

^l^Mx. Garfield. 
Az. three bars or on a canton gu. a cross patonce 

arg. Atton, V. 
Or three ban as. on a canton gu. a cross patonoe 

ttg. Db Atos, Baron 1324. 

• . • . JT SM 

Aig. three ban az. on a canton or a fess 
■id in chief three lozenges of the second. 

StAIXPOBTH. 

^ tkne bars az. on a canton or a fess betw. 

■z lozenges sa. Staimtobth. 
Aig. three bars az. on a canton or a fess sa. in 

chiaf three masclee of the last. Staxfobd, 

Hadlej, Middlesex ; granted 3 May, 1542 ; and 

caStaflbrd. 
^ three ban az. on a canton arg. a fess sa. in 

chief three masdes of the last. Cleyeb, co. 

Hcrtlbtd, 1064. 

....TUnr-da-lis 
^ three ban az. on a canton gn. a fleur-de-lis 

^' Vaxbiot. 
^ three ban sa. on a canton of the second a 

faw-de-lis or. Mebyett. 
^ pale tig. and giL three ban counterchanged 

^ a canton of the second a rose crowned or. 

^amT, Casae-Barrett, oo. Cork. 



BAE. 



8 BABB.... cont. 



on a Canton cant. Flower 
Sa. three ban arg. with the augmentation of a 
canton or thereon impaled the rose of England 
and the thistle of Scotland. Hoohton, Hogh- 
ton Tower, co. Lancaster, Baronetcy 1611, 
quartering Bold. 

.... 6-Foil 
Arg. three ban gu. on a canton az. a 6-foil or. 
PiPABP, r*. Baufe Pipabt, V, 
....Fountain 
Or three ban wavy gu. on a canton arg. a fountain 
az. Dbukmond, Innermay, Scotland. 
^ ....Hand 

Arg. three ban az. on a canton gu. a gauntlet or 
grasping a broken sword of the fint hilt and 
pomel sa. Stamfobd or Staxjmford, Bowley, 
00. Stafford ; granted 25 June, 1544. 

. . . .Head (Beast) Leopard 
Arg. three ban gu. on a canton az. a leopard's 
head or. AuIbd, V*. 

....Lion 
Or three ban az. on a canton gu. a lion's head 
erased arg. Thomas Cox, Physician to Charles 
IL Daniel Cox, M.D., 1730. Cox, Dunraan- 
way, CO. Cork, Bart. Cox, Chichester, Sussex, 
descended firom Cox, Monmouth. 
Or three ban wavy gu. on a canton arg. a lion's 
head erased enclosed by a double tressure 
flory counterflory of the second. Drummond, 
Maderty, Scotland; and with a crescent for 
diff. Dbuumond, Machary, Scotland. 
Or three ban wavy gu. on a canton of the fint a 
lion's head erased enclosed by a double tressure 
flory counterflory of the second. Dbummoni) 
or Dbxtm OND, Scotland. 

.... (Monster) Dragon 
Arg. three ban sa. on a canton or a dragon's head 
erased of the second. Brawne, London and 
Surrey, 1604. 

.... (Human Figure) 
Gu. three ban erm. (another or) on a canton 
arg. a maiden's head ppr. Babetti, India. 
....Human Figure 
Sa. three ban or on a canton gu. a deroi woodman 
holding a club over the dexter shoulder gold. 
Wood, North Taunton, co. Devon. 
Sa. three ban or on a canton gu. a demi wood- 
man erased holding on the shoulder a club of 
the second. Wood, co. Devon. 
Arg. three ban gu. on a canton .... a man ppr. 
Wood, North Taunton, co. Devon, 
....Insect 
Or three ban gu. on a canton az. a harvest-fly displ. 
of the fint. Musohampe, Cork, Ireland. 
....Mullet 
Arg. three ban nebuly sa. on a canton gu. a 
pierced mullet or. Bbokesby, co. Leicester, V, 
....Saltire 
Arg. three ban sa. on a canton gu. a saltire of the 
fint. Bbamspeth, co. Lincoln, Harl MS, 1436. 
Bbauhspath, V, Bbawme. 
.... Sword 
Arg. three ban sa. on a canton gu. a dagger of 
the fint. Gaisfobd. 

. . . .Wreath 
Or three ban az. on a canton arg. a chaplet gu. 
Holmes, Gawdy Hall, Norfolk. 
Chief 
Arg. three ban az. a chief gu. Newbeby, London. 
Arg. three ban wavy az. a chief gu. on a canton 
erm. a mullet of the second. Henry Bablet, 
Abberly Hall, co. Hertford, V. 

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BAB. 8 BA3K8 and in ohkf . . . .cant. 

Chief cont, 
Arg. three bars wavy sa. a chief per pale erm. and 

gn. Bablby. 
Az. three barmlets and as many endorses 

fVetted in cross arg. a chief dovetailed or. 

PiCKFORD. 

Az. three bars or a chief dancetty gn. Theobald, 

Archbishop of Canterbury, 1139-61. 
Or three bars sa. a chief paly erm. and gn. 

BUBLEY. 

Sa. three bars wavy arg. a chief or. Wathe, St. 
Albania, oo. Hertford; and Slipton, co. North- 
ampton. 
on a Chief. . . .Annulet 

Gn. three bars wavy arg. on a chief or an annulet 
betw. two bull's heads oabossed sa. through 
each of their nostrils an annulet of the last. 
BuuiAN, Northumberland. 

. . . .Beast (Greyhound) 

Gu. three bars arg. on a chief of the second a 
greyhound in full course sa. Skifwith, co. 
Lincoln. 

.... (Lion) 

Az. three bars arg. on a chief of the second a 
demi lion ramp, issuant gu. Eobemhall, V. 

EOBBYALB. 

Az. three bars wavy erm. on a chief or a demi 
lion issuant sa. in the dexter chief a crescent 
gu. Smith, London. 

Arg. three bars gu. on a chief az. a lion pass. 

or. iNOLEFIEIiD. 

Az. three bars arg. on a chief or a lion pass. 

guard, gu. Walleron, V. 
Az. three bars nebuly arg. on a chev. sa. as many 

martlets or a chief gu. charged with a lion 

pass, guard, betw. two anchors gold. Fobhan, 

V*. Fbbman, r*. 
Az. three bars or on a chief arg. a lion pass. 

guard, gu. Oxfobd. 
Erm.' three bars hnmetty gu. on a chief az. a lion 

pass, guard, arg. Gdbbeb. 
Or three bars az. on a chief of the last a lion 

pass, of the first Tbeoosse. 
Or three bars sa. on a chief of the second a lion 

pass, of the first Flamsted, Ruston and 

Denton, co. Northampton. 
....(Ox) 
Sa. three bars wavy arg. on a chief gu. a bull pass. 

or. BULLMAN or BULLMAM. Johu BULMAN, V, 

(Wolf) 

Arg. three bars gu. over all as many stag's heads 
cabossed or on a chief sa. a wolf pass. betw. two 
pheons of the third. Woodwabd, co. Wor- 
cester. 

Arg. three bars gu. over all as many stag's heads 
cabossed or two and one on a chief of the last a 
wolf pass, of the second betw. two pheons sa. 
Woodwabd, Dean, co. Gloucester. 
....Fleun-de-lis 

Or three bars gu. on a chief arg. as many fleurs- 
de-lis sa. NoBMAN, Lord Mayor, London, 1453. 

Or three bars gu. on a chief of the last three 
fleurs-de-lis of the field. Nobman. 
.... Flowers 

Arg. three bars wavy az. on a chief quarterly gu. 
and or in each of the first a lion of England in 
each of the last two roses connterohanged on an 
inescucheon erm. a sceptre gold. Company of 
New Fbxnch Mebchant Adyxntxtbebs. 
....Foils 

Arg. three bars dancetty sa. on a chief of the last 
as many 5-foils or. Riqby. 



•RATI^ 8 BABB and in ehief.... cont 

on a Chief cont, 

... .Heads (Beast) Leopard 

Arg. three bars nebuly and a bend sa. on a chief 
gu. as many leopard's faces or. Clement, F*. 

. . . .Lion 

Arg. three bars az. on a chief of the last as many 
lion's heads erased or. Hiklingb. 

...Wolf 

Gu. three bars arg. on a chief of the last as many 
wolf's heads erased of the first Wolfe, VK 
Wolf, F. 

....Landscape 

Arg. three bars gu. on a chief embattled of the 
last the representation of a castle wiUi l»oken 
wallR of the field on a canton of the last a 
medal of Talavera or suspended from a red 
ribbon with blue edges. Fulleb. 

Gu. three bars or on a bend erm. a sphinx betw. 
two wreaths of laurel ppr. on a chief embattled 
a view of a fortified town with the word Acbe 
thereunder. Camebon, Fassifem and Calkrt, 
CO. Argyll ; and Arthurstone, co. Angus, Bart 
....Mullets 

Arg. three bars sa. on a chief of the second two 
muUets of the first Haughton. 
....Pale 

Az. three bars arg. on a chief of the second a pale 
betw. two gyrons (also called piles) of the first 
over all an escucheon gu. charged with a cross 
croslet fitchy as the bars. Benedicdne Abbey 
at Winchcombb or Winchelcomb, co. Glou- 
cester. 

....Palets 

Az. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second over all an escucheon arg. Sir 
Roger Mobtimeb, YT., Roger de Mobtymeb, E; 
the escucheon erm., Roger de Mobtimsb, E; 
the escucheon or., Roger de Mobtemeb, F. 

Az. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second over all an escucheon arg. five 
billets sa. three two and one. Henry de 
Mobtimeb, F; the escucheon arg. three nails 
points in base sa. Robert Mobtimeb, V. 

Az. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second an escucheon arg. over all a 
bendlet gu. William de Mobtimeb, E. 

Az. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second an escucheon arg. over all a sal- 
tire gu. Gefrai de Mobtimeb, E. 

Gu. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the second over all an esouoheon arg. 
Sir Hugh Mobtimeb, co. Hertford, V, Jdm 
Mobtimeb, E, 

Or three bars sa. on a chief of the first as many 
palets betw. two esquires based dexter and sinis- 
ter of the second over all an escucheon gn. 
charged with three bars arg. Symon Bublay, 
X. 

Sa. three bars or on a chief of the last two palets 
(sometimes blasoned billets or pellets) over all 
on an escucheon erm. two (another three) bars 

gu. BUBLEY. 

Sa. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 
of the last over all an escucheon arg. Bafe de 
MoBTiMBB, F ; arg. charged with five billets sa. 
three two and one. Richard de Bois, F. 



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48 



BAIL SBAB8aBdiAehkf....e<ml. 

MtCUafcdiU. Patoto cowt. 
Si. three ban or on a chief of the first two palets 

betv. as many esquires based dexter and sinister 

d the last over all an escncheon erm. Richard 

da BoisB, £, HarL MS, 6580, bat corrected to 

Bichird de Boblet. E, Harl. MS,, 6187. 
....8aUiz« 
Aig. three bars sa. on a chief gcu a saltire or. 

WituaoTON, Caldicott Hill, oo. Hertford. 
Erm. three ban wa^y sa. on a chief gn. a saltire 

or. WALLDfOTOMyCheltaiham and Peers Coort, 

eo. Gloneester. 

• • . .Tops 
St. three ban Tert on a chief indented go. as 

fflioy tops arg. Tofp. 
....Whaala 
Go. three ban arg. oo a chief az. three Catharine 

wheels or. Lepton, Kepwick, co. York. 
. . . .Wings 
Ax. three ban arg. on a chief of the last as many 

pair of wings conjoined gu. f lbiono. 



A19. three ban go. in chief a crescent sa. charged 

with another or. Beby, co. Devon. 
Gt- three ban arg. in chief as many crescents or. 

fuMnon, F. FmurroH. Molton, Fnmoton. 

John MuLiov, Franketon, Y. 
Gi. thiee ban and in chief as many crescents or. 

Bobert Fbampton, Bishop of Oloncester, 1681- 

91. 

Sa. three ban arg. in chief as many crescents or. 

FRivnoN, Upway, co. Dorset. 
CroM 
A2. i barmlet environed by an annnlet betw. two 

W and in chief a cross patty fitohy or. 

Houi, F. 



Az. three ban and in chief as many crosses patty 

itehy or. Stow or Stowte, F*. 
Or three ban and in chief as many crosses patty 

itehy az. Stowte, F. 
Or three ban and in chief as many crosses patty 

fttehy sa. Smith, Lested Lodge ; and Maid- 

iume, Kent. Smtthe, Boughton Monchelsea, 

Kent; grtmUd 14 Sept. 1605. 
Caff 
Arg. three bars and in chief as many covered caps 

go. HltH>BTOH. 

lny]0pa 

All. three bars wavy az. snrmoiinted of a lion 
naip. or in chief two escallop shells of the 
teeood. Field, Heaton Hall, Helmesley Lodge, 
Md Weston Hoose, co. York, quartering 
WnxEB, Thwbho, Bruce, etc. 

EnL three ban humetty go. in chief as many 
cKtDops or. DABBiDGBCotTBT or Dabriscoubt. 

Oo. three bars wavy or over all a dolphin em- 
bowed naiani arg. in chief three escallops of 
the aaeeod. Town of Poole, co. Dorset 



Or (hne ban go. over all in the dexter point 
o escMbeon erm. Sir .... de Mabttm, F. 
lUmi, Kent ; and co. York. M abtom , Capem- 
*i^ HaU, eo. Lancaster ; derived from Paganos 
^ MiSTov, Lord of East and West Marion, in 
C^ven, quartering arg. on a cross gu. five 
<yB ope of the field within a bordmre vert 
vttb aif . two chev. the lowermost rompu sa. 
*^ three chapleta gu. 



^J^>M ban wavy and in chief two estoiles az. 



"RAIL 8 BAB8andinohief....con<. 

Eitoilai cont. 

Az. three ban and in chief as many estoiles or. 
Pitts or Pytts, co. Worcester. 

Or three ban wavy ga. in chief as many stan az. 
Dbumxond, Colquhalzie, Scotland. 

Or three ban and in chief two estoiles sa. 
Wybeboh, St Bees, Cumberland ; and Clifton 
Hall, Westmoreland, quartering Ehoatne and 
Hilton. 

Flaun-da-lii 

Az. three ban wavy arg. in chief as many fleurs- 
de-lis or. Moult, co. Nottingham, granted 1686. 

Az. three ban erm. in chief as many fleiuv- 
de-lis or. Denn, Temsford Hall, co. Hunting- 
don. Denne, Adsbam, Kent Denne, Denne 
Hill, Kingston, Elbridge, Bishopsboome and 
Lydd, Kent ; and Winchilsea, Sussex ; quarter- 
ing az. three leopard's heads affironty couped at 
the neck or with arg. two flaunches sa. each 
charged with a leopard's face or. 

Or thiee ban wavy az. in chief four fleur-de-lis 
sa. on a canton of the field a bend gu. charged 
with a crescent arg. Bobimson. 
Tlowen 

Sa. three ban arg. in chief a rose or. Houghton, 
King's Clyfl*, co. Northampton ; and co. Rutland. 
5^oili 

Ou. three ban or in chief as many 6-foils of the 
second. Emeby, Kent. 

Or three ban sa. in chief as many 6-foil8 • . • • 
Emebis, Louth, CO. Lincoln ; seal. 

Sa. three ban arg. in chief as many 5-foils of the 
last Phillimobe. 

Sa. three ban or and in chief as many 5-foils. . . . 
Emebis, Louth, quartering Atkinson, of 
Fanthorpe Hall ; seal 

Sa. three ban and in chief as many 6-foils or. 
Bobert Filkeb, East Sutton, Kent,TF; ^raiU^d 
1570 : Baronetcy, 1674. 
Head 

Or three ban wavy and in chief a boar's head 
erased gu. Dbummond, Pitkellanie, Scotland. 
Hft ada 

Arg. three ban az. in chief as many lion's heads 
erased of the second. Hicklino. 

Arg. three ban gu. in chief as many lion's beads 
erased of the last Love, Basing, co. Hants ; 
VisiUUion, 1634 ; the heiress m. Beckford. 

Az. three bars or in chief as many lion's heads 
erased of the second. Hioklino, Green's 
Norton, co. Northampton. 
Lozenges 

Arg. three ban az. in chief as many lozenges gu. 
Dalton. Flakdbensis. 
Mullet 

Gtu three ban wavy arg. in chief a mullet of six 
points of the second. Basibb or Basieb. 
Mullati 

Arg. three bai-s sa. in chief two mullets of the 

last HOBTON. 

Arg. three ban sa. in chief two pierced mullets 
of the second a crescent for diff*. Hauohton 
or Hawton, London ; Her, Off. c. 24. 

Arg. three bars sa. in chief two mullets pierced 
of the last the horns barry of the first and 
second. Houghton, London. 

Ou. three ban arg. in chief two mullets of the 
last. Bafe. 

Or three ban vert in chief as many mullets of 
the second pierced of the fint Kbhpson or 
KsMPSTON, CO. Stafford ; and Ardens-Graftun, 
CO. Warwick, 



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BAB. 8 BAB8 and in chief. . . .eont. 

Pale 
Arg. three bars dancetty sa. in chief a pale erm. 

Emderbie. 
Palets 
Az. three bars and in chief two palets or. 

Mortimer, Auchenbray. 
Or three bars and in chief two palets sa. over all an 

escucheon bany gu. and erm. Burlky, co. Salop. 
Or three bars and in chief two palets sa. over ail 

an inescucheon gu. Bewley. 
Or three bars and in chief two palets (sometimes 

blasoned pellets) sa. over all on an escucheon 

gu. three bars erm. Beverley. Borley. 
Per pale or and az. three bars and in chief as 

many palets counterchanged over all an escu- 
cheon arg. Haoley. 
Arg. three bars with in chief two palets and as 

many gyrons dexter and sinister sa. over all 

an escucheon of the first. Ikborouoh. 
Az. three bars with in chief two palets betw. as 

many esquires based dexter and sinister arg. 

over all on an escucheon of the last a cross 

croslet gu. Benedictine Abbey of Wimghcomb, 

CO. Gloucester, V. 
Az. three bars with in chief two palets betw. as 

many gyrons or. Town of Radnor. 
Per pale or and az. three bars with in chief two 

palets and as many cantons counlerchanged 

over all an inescucheon arg. Haoley. 
Or three bars with in chief six palets sa. over all 

an inescucheon of the second. Beverley. 
PUe 
Or three bars az. in chief a pile betw. a gyronny 

of two pieces of the second over all an escucheon 

erm. Mortymer. 
Quarter 
Or three bars gu. a quarter erm. Oansell. 

on a Qnarter. . . .Beasts 
Or three bars az. on a quarter arg. two lions pass. 

gu. RouTH or ROWTH. 
... .Bend 
Or three bars gu. on a quarter arg. a bend ftisily 

gu. and of the first. Oantield, co. Leicester. 
. . . .Castle 
Gu. three bars arg. on a quarter of the last a 

*' torele" or castle sa. John Dene, F. 
... .Heaci 
Or three bars az. on a quarter arg. a lion's head 

couped gu. Cox, Beamonds, co. Hertford. 
.... Pheons 
Erm. three bars gu. on a quarter az. a cross 

engr. arg. betw. four pheons or. Huttoft, 

V*, Henry Hutoft, co. Hants, V, 
Boundles. ... (2 Plates) 
Vert three bars erm. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

murally crowned or in chief two plates. 

Frbhantle, Swanboume, co. Buckingham, 

Bart. 

.... (8 Beiants) 
Az. three barrulets arg. in chief as many bezants. 

Atkins, co. Stafibrd and London. 
Az. three bars arg. in chief as many bezants. 

Atkyns, Great Berkhampstead. and Much 

Hadham, co. Hertford ; and Clapham, Surrey, 

Bart. 
Gu. three bars or in chief as many bezants. 

Gabband, CO. Lincoln. 

.... (8 Hurts) 
Arg. three bars az. in chief as many hurts. 

Basset, W. 
Arg. three bars gu. in chief as many hurts. 

Atkins, co. Hertford. 



"RAIL 8 BA3K8 and in ehief. . . .eonf. 

Boundles cont, (8 Ogresses) 
Arg. three bars sa. in chief as many pellets. 

Humbsrston, Walkeme, co. Herts ; and Norfolk. 
....(8 Plates) 
Az. three bars arg. in chief as many plates. 

Nicholas Erinoton, K. Evinqton, F*. 
Gu. three bars vert in chief as many plates. 

Clarke, Middlesex. 
Sa. three bars arg. in chief as many plates. 

Fitz-John. Moston, Northumberland. 
.... (8 Torteanx) 
Arg. three bars az. in chief three torteanx. 

Alktns. John GREY,Bishop of Norwich 1200-14. 
Arg. three bars gu. in chief as many torteanx 

over idl a bendlet sa. Sir Walter de 

Chirchinoham , i2. 
Arg. three bars nebuly gu. in chief as many 

torteanx. Amery or Emery, Little Baddow, 

Essex. 
Or three bars gu. in chief as many torteaux. 

Gore. Gower. 
Saltire 
Az. three bars arg. in chief a saltire or. George 

FOUDRAS, V. 

Az. (another gu.) jthree bars arg. in chief a saltire 
engr. or. Fondrass or Fonnde, France. 
Tops 
Sa. three bars nebuly vert in chief as many play- 
ing tops arg. ToPF. 
Ttivets 
Arg. three bars sa. in chief as many trivets of 
the last. Revett or Rivett, co. Cambridge ; 
and CretUnge, Suffolk. 

8 BAB8 and in base. 

Fleurs-de-lis 
Per.fess or andgu. in chief three barrulets sa. 
in base as many fleurs-de-lis of the first 
Stone, Kent. 

8 BARS betw. or within. 

(some eoats, placed here in oompliaaoe with 

a customary method of blason, will alto 

be found in the diyisions to which 

they properly belong.) 

Beasts 

Az. three barrulets dancetty betw. two lions 
pass. aiig. Delmar, Kenfield, Kent. 
Birds.... (8 MarUeto) 
Arg. three bars betw. as many martlets sa. 
Gareill. 

....(8 Swans) 
Sa. three bars wavy betw. as many swans arg. 
Waters, Lenham, Kent 

....(4 MarUets) 
Arg. three bars humetty gu. betw. four martlets 
in pde sa. Aldmbn. Aldwbn, co. York, V, 
....(8 Maraets) 
Arg. three bars gu. betw. eight martlets or a 

bordure az. Somervill. 
Arg. three bars betw. an orle of martlets gu. 
Sire Rauf de Royinge, N^ Roymioer or 
RoYNOBR, Norfolk. 
Or three bars within an orle of martlets gu. 

ROMYNO. 

Bordnre 

Arg. three bars embattled .... a bordure engr. 
az. over all an escucheon gu. Straitoh, Mont- 
rose, Scotland. 

Arg. three bars az. within a bordure gu. Augus- 
tinian Priory at Olvbston, Ossulvbston, or 
OwsTON, 00. Leicester. 



BRITISH ABMOEIALS. 



45 



BAR. S BABSlwtw. or within.... cont. 

iig. three bars ga. on a bordare az. eight doves 
or over all a tower triple towered of the first. 
Town of MoBFSTH, Northumberland. 

Az. three bars or a bordure engr. arg. Andrew 

Az. three bars or within a bordare erm. 

Abheford, V, Abnford. 
As. three bars or within a bordare ga. 

KSWB0B0T70H. 

£nn. three bars go. within a bordare of the 
seeood. Fothsbinohax, Bandon, Scotland. 

Go. three bars wavy arg. within a bordare of the 
last. Choke. 

Go. three bars arg. within a bordare engr. or. 
Cabtsas, Scotland. 

Or three bars az. within a bordare (sometimes 
the bordare engr.) ga. Aske, co. York. 

Or three bars az. a saltire coanterchanged a bor- 
dure engr. ga. Diffobt. 

Or three bars az. over all a saltire coanter- 
diaoged within a bordare invecked ga. Dipford 
Of DirroRD, London. 

Or tliree bars go. within a bordare of the second 
dttged with eight martlets of the field. 
Bonxo. 

(^ tbee bars wavy ga. within a bordare az. 
Dbcvmomd, Bickarton, Scotland, qaartering 
tr^. a lion ramp. az. 

Or three bars wavy within a bordare ga. 
DBumioND, Camock, Scotland. Dbuhmomd, 
Hswthoroden, Mid Lothian, Bart. ; qaartering 
Forbes as grand qaarters : in the second and 
third paly arg. and ga. a saltire also paly 
ttonterchang^ on a chief inveoked az. a 
crescent of the field betw. two spar-rowels 

Or three bars wavy ga. a bordare of the last 

chiiged with eight crescents of the first. 

Dbcioiohi), Midhope, Scotland. 
Or three bars wa'vy ga. within a bordare wavy of 

the second. Dbumhomd, Logiealmond, Scot- 

IsikL 

ClOMtf 

At|;. three bars closeted ga. Bensted. 

8a. three bars erm. closeted oompony or and arg. 

HoswooD, CO. Huntingdon, F. 
Sft. three bars erm. closeted or. Hobwood, oo. 

Hootingdon. 
iKtUops 
Afj^ three bars go. an orle of eight escallops sa. 

WHfiam and Robert Moultom, co. York ; and 

Loadon, 1571, W, Moulton, co. Gloncester; 

Kent; London ; and co. York ; granUd 1571. 
ErtoOaf 
Al three bars ragnly hiimetty arg. betw. as many 

citoQes or. Tbshkaeeb. 
Aig. three bars ga. betw. eight estoiles sa. one 

three and one. Lionkel. 



Or three ban hnmetty sa. betw. two flaanches 

fi. three garbs in fess coanterchanged. 

Frkb. 

flMn4a4if 
Aig. three bars betw. ten fleurs-de-lis az. four 

thrre two and one. HiJLiBD. 
^ three bars betw. ten fleurs-de-lis az. three 

three three and one. Hatlobd. Sir ... . de 

Hatlabd. F. 

^ihree bars humetty arg. betw. as many 8-foil8 
« two and one. Palmbb. 



•RAR. 8 BAB8 betw. or within. . . .cofnX, 

S-Foils 

Arg. three bars sa. betw. as many 5 -foils gu. 

Tbsisb, Levethan, Cornwall; the heiress m. 

Morshead. 
Arg. three bars sa. betw. as many (? pierced) 

5-foil8 per fesse gu. and sa. Tbeys, Cornwall. 
Xeyi 
Az. three bars betw. eight keys or three two two 

and one. William Scbeen, temp. Bicbard II, 

Henry IV, and Henry V. Rati, MS, 980, 

fo. 800. 
LeaTaa 
Sa. three bars engr. betw. ten elm leaves erect or. 

Elhsall, Thomhill, Wakefield, co. York, qaar- 
tering Gbeaves. 
Mnllets 
Sa. three bars betw. as many mallets or. 

Wtbubne, Cumberland. 
Plough 
.... three barrulets wavy betw. a plough in 

chief and two spearheads erect in base.... 

NoBBis, Basing Park, co. Hants. 

8 BAB8 betw. or within.... 

and in ehief . . • . 

Beast 
Arg. three bars gu. a bordure compony or and az. 
in chief a gpreyhound courant sa. Skipwith, 
Stayne, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. three bars gu. a bordure sa. in chief a grey- 
hound courant of the last. Skipwith, Skip- 
with, Hever, and Ormesby, co. Lancaster ; and 
Snowers, Norfolk. 
Canton 
Ou. three bars erm. betw. ten crosses formy or 
three three three and one a canton of the last. 
Hadsob, London. 
onaChief....Fiah 
Sa. three barrulets wavy arg. betw. as many plates 
on a chief or two dolphins erect and endorsed 
betw. as many anchors az. Cubtbis. 
....Palets 
Az. three bars or on a chief of the first two palets 
betw. as many squires based dexter and sinister 
of the second all within a bordure erm. an 
escucheon arg. Blamchfbont. 
Eitoiles 
Or three bars wavy and a bordure gu. in chief as 
as many estoiles az. Dbumhono, Monedie, 
Scotland. 

Boundles (Ogresset) 
Arg. three bars sa. within a bordure engr. of the 
second in chief as many ogresses. Allebton. 
(Torteaux) 
Arg. three bars sa. a bordure erm. in chief as 
many torteaux. Bloodwobth. Sir Thomas 
Blubwobth, Leatherhead, Surrey, Knt, Lord 
Mayor of London, lfi66. 

On 8 BABB 
Annnletf 
Arg. three bars az. In the centre two annulets 

linked together. Matdestone, F. 
Or three bars humetty sa. charged with as many 
annulets arg. Ambbose, co. Lancaster. 
Birds 
Ou. on three fesses wavy sa. as many birds arg. 
Menadabya or Mathadabva, Menadarva, 
Cornwall. 

(81UrUeto) 

Arg. three bars wayy az. on the middle one as 
many martlets or. Pbnkant, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1750. 



46 



AN ORDINABY OF 



•RAR. On S BABB.... conl. 

Birds eont, (Z Martlets) cont, 
Arg. on three bars sa. as many martlets of the 

first. Gacetll. 
Arg. on three bars sa. as many martlets of the 
first two and one. Cabill, V, Gabtll, V, 
....(8 Sheldrakes) 
Arg. three bars wavy az. the one in fesse charged 
with three sheldrakes of the field. Yswittan 
Wydoell. 

«... (8 SwaUowi) 
On. on three bars wavy sa. as many swallows or. 
Mathadabda, the heiress m. Beyille. 
. . . . (6 KartleU) 
Arg. on three bars gu. five martlets in saltire or. 
Wabde, PUtoD, CO. PeYon ; eotufirmed 21 Joly, 
1614 ; Her. Off. London, c. 24. 
....(SlUrUeto) 
Az. on three bars arg. six martlets gn. three, two, 
and one. Cbambuba or Cbambubt. 
....(SMarUets) 
Arg. on three bars sa. nine martlets of the field 
three three and three. Taeuane, Trehane, 
Cornwall ; the co-heirs m. Scawen, Kendal, and 
Yerman. 
Gn. on three bars wavy arg. nine martlets sa. 

three three and three. Mabland, Kent. 
Ou. on three bars wavy or nine martlets. . . .three 
three and three. Moblano. 
Boogets 
Arg. on three bars gu. six water bougets of the 
first two two and two. Stbanob, V, 
Buckles 
Erm. on three bars gn. as many buckles or. 
FoTHEBiNOHAM, Lswhill, Scotland. 
Cresoent 
Or three bars dancetty gu. the first charged with 
a crescent and estoile arg. Maib, Glassels. 
Crescents 
Az. three bars arg. on the upper bar two crescents 
of the firsL Cabfbae, Edinburgh. 
Croises 
Arg. on three bars gu. six crosses croslet or. 
Sir Bichard Daudeley, V. Daukdley, 

v. 

Arg. on three bars gu. seven crosses croslet or. 

Daumdei£ioh, V*. . 
Arg. on three bars gu. nine crosses croslet or 

three three and three. Sandelby. 
Erm. on three bars gu. nine crosses patty or three 

three and three. Glebbeck. 
Esencheon 
Or three bars gu. on the dexter point of the first 

bar an escucheon erm. Mabtyn, V*. 
Escallops 
Or on three bars wavy gu. as many escallops of 

the field. Dbukmomd, Blair, Scotland. 
Erm. on three bars humetty gu. six escallops or 

three two and one. Sir .... Dabbioecoubte, 

V. 
Erm. on three bars humetty gu. nine escallops or 

three three and three. Monsire John de 

DABBICHECOXmX, S. 

Fish 

Gu. on three bars wavy or as many shrimps of the 
first. Atsea, V*. 

Or on three bars wavy gu« as many shrimps of 
the first Sea. 
Foils 

Arg. on three bars sa. six 5-foils of the field three 
two and one with a crescent on a mullet 
for difiL Dabbeix, All Souls' College, Ox- 
ford. 



BAB. 



On 8 BARS.... cont 



Flowers 
Arg. three bars sa. on the upper bar as many 
roses of the field. Dabbell. Paul Daxbbll, 
V. Pole. Pooley. 
Fruit 
Erm. on three bars humetty sa. fifteen wheatesis 

or five and five. Stokbs, W. 
Sa. three bars humetty arg. on the uppermost as 
many mullets of the first. Sir Hugh Bossabo, 0. 
Saltiroi 
Gu. three bars wavy or on each as many saltires 
sa. Mabland. 

On 8 BAB8 and in Chief 
on a Canton. . . .Bird 

Arg. three bars sa. on the first a lion pass. gniu^. 
betw. two martlets second three 5-foils and third 
as many escallops all or a canton gu. charged 
with a bird wings expanded like the field. 
Thubston, V*. 

• •••Baltira 

Sa. three bars arg. on that in fess point three 
martlets az. a canton gu. charged with a saltire 
of the second. Fynch; quartered by Tamworth, 
Harl. MS. 1436. 
on a Chief.... Bars 

Or three bars gu. charged with as many martlets 
of the field two and one on a chief az. two bars 
nebuly arg. Cbimes or Crymes, Buckland Mo- 
nachorum, co. Devon ; Peckham, Surrey. 

Or on three bars gn. as many martlets of the first 
a chief of the second charged with two bars 
nebuly arg. Gbiues, London ; granted 1575. 
....Onn 

Arg. three bars wavy sa. each charged with as 
many plates ; on a chief gu. a culverine betw. 
two anchors or. Gomston, Essex and London. 

4BAB8 

(two ban gemel are counted as fbnr ban) 
Arg. four bars az. William Feyce, V. Sir John 

HoBBUBY, 32 Edward I. 
Arg. two bars gemel az. Peabse or Peebes. 
Arg. four bars az. over all a lion ramp. go. 

Stratfobd. 
Arg. four barrulets az. over all a griffin segreant 

or. Babwell. 
Arg. four bars gu. Fitz-Alubed, Lreland, W. 

SONLEY or SOULLET. 

Arg. four bars gu. over all a lion ramp, or duoally 

crowned per pale of the second and third. 

Bbandon. 
Arg. four bars gu. ov^ all a lion ramp. sa. crowned 

or. Wasthouse. 
Arg. four bars gu. over all a bend az. Mulcasteb, 

Charlwood, Surrey; Visitation 16G2; derived 

through MuLCASTEB, Carlisle,from Mulcastbb, 

Taperham, temp. William 11. Mixlcasteb, 

Charlton Place, near Canterbuiy. 
Arg. two bars gemel and a bend gu. Bylbsdom. 
Arg. four bars gu. a bend sa. Chawobtb, 
Arg. four bars gu. over all a cross croslet stu 

GowEB, CO. York. 
Arg. four bars gu. over all a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Staveley. 
Arg. four bars gu. over all a saltire or. Maubamkb, 

00. Dorset, V. 
Arg. four bars nebuly gu. Dolseby. 
Arg. four bars wavy gu. over all a saltire or. 

Malbank, CO. Dorset. Malbouck. 
Arg. four bars wavy gu. over all on a bend sa. three 

bezants. Sir John Golafbe, ob. 1442, torab in 

church atFy field, co.Berks. Golofeb, co.Oxf ord. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



47 



BAR. 



4 SAB8....eoia. 



Arg. four Vtrs sa. Tbestgb, F. Tbbtoe. 

Aiy. four btfrnlets sa. Ooldfobd. 

irg. two btra gemel sa. Cabeswkll. Sire Johan 

de GfJIDEFOED, N. 

Aig. two ban gemel sa. over all a lion ramp. gn. 

Adam de Monhaut, E. 
krg. two bars gemel sa. over all a lion salient 

go. aimed and langued az. Monxouth, Mon- 

mooth Castle, temp. Henry m. 
Arg. four bars sa. over all a lion ramp. or. 

CocEEB, Croft, CO. lineoln. 
Aif . four bars dancetty sa. Doliho, Worth, oo. 

Aig. foar bars oonnter-CTabattled sa. an eseocheon 
go. Stuotoh, Lanreston, Scotland. Stbaton, 
Seotland. 

Az. four bars arg. Delamahchb or Dslamabch. 
Tboraas de la Lomd, F. * 

Aa. two bars gemel arg. Stfeswast, F. 

Aa. four bars or. City of Salisbubz, or New 
SiBux; Visitatum, 1665. 

Az. torn bars dancet^ or. Obutans. 

Knufeor bars go. Soulbby, Hallington Hall, 
K<irtknnberland ; Beasingby, Bridlington, co. 
Idt SuLBiE. Sir John Sxtlbt, K.G., F. 
SnxT, K.G., ob. 1388. 

Kn. two bars gemel gn« Huntebcombe. Sire 
Wanter de Howtkbcokbe, N. Hontebecombe, 
K, Wat de Hontsbkumbe, O. Sir Wanter de 
HotnriBBcoMBE^ J. Walter Humtsrcqmb, 
r. Biof de HuETEECOMB, E. Le Sire de 
HnrrEBcoMBE, Y. Walter de Huntebcombe, 
F. Sire Yf alter Huiitbbcombe, Q, I. Sir Wan- 
ter HuHTYXCOUlfP, H. 

^rm. four bars or. Wentias, F. 

Hnt two bars gemel sa. Huntbbcoxb, £. 
Hustbbcohbe. 

Gil two birs gemel arg. John Babbt, F. 

GtL two bars gemel and a bend arg. Monsire 
ThomMs Walsbe, S. 

Ga. two bars gemel and a bendlet arg. Walshe , 
eo. Leioester. Welsh, Worslip, co. Leicester. 

WlSHE,F. 

Ga. two bars geoiel arg. on a bend of the second 

a lioo pass. sa. Fabkebt. 
Gil four bars arg. oTer all a bend or. Sockwell. 
Ga. two bars gemel arg. on a bend or a lion 

pMB. of the first armed and langned az. 

Fabxebt, Kent. 
Gm. four bare dancetty arg. Totenham, F. 
Ga. two bare gemel or. Roald de Richmond, F. 
Or feor bars az. Aske, co. York. Pxmbbidoe. 
Or two bara gemel az. Flbshino. 
Or four bars az. over all an eagle displ. ga. 

GiixseAV, temp. William I, F. 
Or Soar bars daneetty az. Obltanb. 
Ot km bars nebnly az. Fault. 
Or torn bars gn. Fitz-Alobbd, Ireland. 
Or km bars sa. on three eecncheons arg. as 

saij drarefa bells of the seeond dappers of 

tbeirst. HAix,Esaez. 
Or two bars gemel sa. OuuroBD or GuiLDEroBD, 

ea. Scaffinrd and oo. York. 
Or foar barmleta waty sa. a bend arg. Poole, 

Per pale arg. and go. four bars oonnterchanged. 



P«r pale or and arg. fonr bars wavy gn. Amukslt, 

w.Gkwoeater. 
^ P^ or and az. four bara connterohanged. 

^ of lix irg. and sa. four bars go. Babbe* 



BAB. 4 BAB8....(;otit. 

Quarterly go. and vert in each of the last two 

bars wavy arg. Pevebell. 
Sa. two bars gemel arg. Khlklakd. 



4 BABB and in Chief 



Beast 



Erm. fonr bars az. in chief a demi lion ramp, is- 
suant ppr. Fbewen, Ilmer, oo. Buckingbam ; 
and Northiam, Sussex; descended from Richard 
Fbewen, bailiff of Worcester, 1473. Accepted 
Fbewen, Bishop of Lichfield, etc., 1644 ; Arch- 
bishop of York, 1660-64. Fbewen, Brickwall 
House, Northiam, Sussex; and Cold Overton 
Hall, CO. Leicester. 

Erm. four bars gu. in chief a demi lion ramp, is- 
suant gu. Sir ... . de Fbeyne, F. 

Erm. two bars gemel gn. in chief a demi lion 
ramp, issuant of the last. Fbetne. 

Arg. two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. gu. 
Fabinoe. Lucas de Febinoes, A, Richard 
Febinobs, a. 

Az. two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass, guard, 
arg. Wat de Neivile, E. 

Az. two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. or. 
Tbeoos, Hylford, ComwaU. Tbeooze, Goring, 
Sussex, temp. Edward n and HI, the heiress m. 
D'Oyly. Henry Tbeoos, F, Henry Tbbooz, 

Az. two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. 

guard or. Tbeoos, Y, Henry Tbeooz, E. 

Sir Rauf Tbegoz, F. Sire Henri Tbeooz, N, 

Sir Henry Gbaoob, temp. Edward I, F. Tbeooz, 

Sussex, F. 
Az. two bars gemel and in chief a lion ramp. or. 

Sir Heniy Tbeooz, J. 
Erm. four bars and in chief a lion ramp. gu. 

Fbbnte. 
Gu. four bars and in chief a lion pass, guard, or. 

Sir .... de Spyoobnell, F. 
Gu. two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. 

guard, or. Spbionell, Highgate, Middlesex; 

confirmed 10 Sept. 1639. Tbeooz, E. 
Or two bars gemel gu. and in chief a lion pass. 

guard az. Tbeooz, F. 
Or two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. gu. 

John Tbeooz, A, J, 
Or two bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. 

guard, gu. John Tbeoos, D. Tbeoossb or 

Tbeooz, £. Jon Tbeoous, F. Tbeoos, Sussex, 

F. Geofiiy Tbeooz, C, Sir John Tbeooz, 

H, F. 
Baaiti 
Arg. two bars gemel and in chief two lions pass. 

gu. Fabinoe. 
Canton 
Arg. four bars gu. a canton of the first 

Inolefield. 
Arg. four bars az. a canton gn. Hothum, Hot- 
hum, CO. York, temp. Edw. IL 
Arg. four bars and a canton gn. Faibfax, Deep* 

ing Gate, co. Lincoln. 
Gu. two bars gemel arg. a canton enn. Thobniet, 

London. 
Gu. four bars or a canton arg. Feobubt or 

Fezsbuby. 
Gu. four bars and a canton or. Feobubt or 

Feksbubt. 
Or four bars sa. a canton arg. Tallant. 

on a Canton. . . .Bend 
Arg. four bars gu. on a canton of the first a bend 

fusilly of the second. Walshe, F. 



48 



AN ORDINARY OF 



BAE. 4 BABSand in ehief.... cont. 

on a Oanton . . . .Bend eont, 
Arg. four bars gu. on a canton erm. as many 
fnsils in bend of the second. Walets, co. 
Dorset. 

....BiUeta 
Gu. two bars gemel or a canton ai:g. billetty sa. 
Inolots, Norfolk. 

• • . . Creseent 
Gu. two bars gemel or on a canton sa. a crescent 
of the second. Bmoos, Haughton, co. Salop. 
....5 Foil 
Arg. four bars gu. on a canton of the second a 
5-foilof thefirat Beckimoham, F. Bkkinoham, 

r*. 

Arg. two bars gemel ga. on a canton of the se- 
cond a 5-foil of the first. BsKiNaHAM, V. 
....Oarb 

Arg. four bars nebuly gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond a garb of the first. Bbche, F*. 
Chief 

Az. two bars gemel and a chief or. Gypherwast, 
V*, Sir Nicolas Memeix, J. Sir Nichole de 
Menux, J. Sire Nicholas de Metnbl, N, 
Metnux, V*, Nevill. De Sifrewast, E. 
Richard de Sifhebwast, E. Syfebwast, V, 
De Syffrewast, F, 

Erm. two bars gemel and a chief gn. John 
Dtchaunt, X. Robert Dtchant, F. 

Erm. two bars gemel and a chief or. John de 
la Vale, F. 

Gu. two bars gemel and a chief arg. Thobnell, 
V, Bryan Thobnehill, F. Monsire Bryan de 
Thobmhill, F. Thobnhill, Thomhill, co. 
York; the heiress m. SaviUe. Thornhtll, 
Riddlesworth Hall, Norfolk ; and Fixby HaU, 
CO. York; derived from Thomhill of Thomhill, 
1784. 

Gu. two bars gemel arg. a chief of the second 
charged with a masde sa. for difif. Thobnhill, 
Stanton, co. Derby ; descended from Thomhill 
of Thomhill. 

Gu. two bars gemel arg. a chief indented erm. 
Inopen, Galaker, co. Hants, 27 Edward III ; 
Vuiiation, 1634. 

Gu. two bars gemel and a chief arg. oyer all a 
bend sa. Thobnhill, V*. 

Gu. two bars gemel and a chief arg. over all a 
bendletsa. Thobkhill, F. 

Gu. two bars gemel or a chief arg. Richmond, 
CO. York. 

Gu. two bars gemel or a chief erm. Inckpen, 
Golaker, co. Hants. 

Gu. two bars gemel or a chief indented erm. 
HiNKPENN, V, Inckpen or Inckpent, White- 
house, CO. Hants. Inckpen or Inkpen. 

Gu. two bars gemel or a chief invected erm. 
Inkpen, V. 

Gu. two bars gemel and a chief or. Richhond, 
Highead Castle,Gumberland,temp. Henry VIII ; 
and Catterlen , the heiress, m. Hutchinson. Ro- 
nald de RiOHEMOND, P. Roald de Richehond, 
F. Thomas de Riohemont, K. Roiaunt de 
RiCHEMUND, E, Roald de Richmond, V, Mon- 
sire Rohaine de Richmont, F. Sire Thomas 
de RuoEMOND,^. Roald. Rowald. Ruoemond 
or Ruqemont. 

Gu. two bars gemel and a chief or over all a 
crosier arg. Premonstratensian abbey of S. 
Agatha at Easbt, co. York. 

Gu. four bars a chief and over all a crosier or. 
Benedictine prioi^ of S. Martin at Richmond, 
CO. York. 



HAR, 4 BAB8 and in chief.... cant. 

Chief. ...cont. 
Or two bars gemel gu. a chief indented arg. 

Habe, NorfoUc. 
Sa. two bars gemel and a chief arg. Walter de 

Melsanby, X 

on a Chief . . . . Bamaelei 
Arg. four bars wavy az. on a chief gu. three pain 

of barnacles or. Smith, Suffolk. 
....Beast (Leopard) 
Erm. two bars gemel az. on a chief gu. a leopard 

pass, guard, or spotted sa. Ishebwood, Wind- 

sor, CO. Berks; granted 1704. 

....(Lion) 
Arg. four bars gu. on a chief of the last a lion 

pass. or. Osbeme Giffobd, A^ HarL MS, 

6137; but arg. two bars gemel gu. on a 

chief of the last a lion pass. or. Osbeme de 

Giffobd, A^ Ashm. MS, 1120. 
Erm. two bars gemel az. on a chief gu. a lion 

pass, guard, or spotted sa. Ishebwood, Wind- 
sor, CO. Berks ; granted 1764. 
....Buckles 
Arg. two bars gemel gu. on a chief of the second 

Uiree round buckles or. Stbiplino, London ; 

granted 4 May 1668. 
....Castle 
Gu. two bars gemel arg. a bend of the last on a 

chief of the second a tower az. ThobnhilL) 

Barbadoes ; and Kent. 
Gu. four barrulets or on a chief sa. a tower arg. 

Thobnhill, Kent. 

....Eseallops 
Gu. four bars arg. on a chief or three escallops of 

the firat. Hasabd, co. Gloucester. 
....8-Foils 
Gu. two bars gemel arg. on a chief of the last 

five d-foils az. three and two. Neale. 
....Heads 
Arg. two bars gemel gu. on a chief az. three 

leopard's heads or. Wbioht, co. Oxford; 

granted 11 Feb. 1686. 
....Losenges 
Az. two bars gemel arg. on a chief of the second 

three lozenges gu. Steblinq. Sir Thomas 

Steblyno, V, 

....Hnlleta 
Sa. two bars gemel arg. on a chief of the last 

three mullets of the first. Medley, oo. Warwick. 
Sa. four bars arg. on a chief of the last three 

pierced mullets of the first. Medley, oo. 

York, V, MiDLEY, V, 
Sa. two bars gemel arg. on a chief of the last 

three pierced mullets of the first. Medley, 

F*. MiDLEY, F*. 

....Wheels 
Sa. two bars gemel or on a chief of the second 
three Catharine wheels of the first. Midoeley, 
Midgley and Clayton, co. York. 
Chesi-rook 
Or four bars sa. in chief a chess-rook betw. two 
mullets of the last. Mabshall, Blewbeiy and 
Windsor, co. Berks. 
Cross 
Or two bars gemel gu. in chief a cross of the 
second. Labobeb or Labbueb. 
Orosses 
Or two bars gemel gu. in chief two Grosses 
oouped of the second. Labobeb, V, 
Heads (Beast) 
Az. two bars gemel arg. in chief three lion's 
heads erased of the last (another or.) Nbwa&ke, 
Akham, co. York. 



BBITISH ABMOBULS. 



49 



BAA. 4 BASS and in ehiaf . . • .conL 

Emd»eonL (Xonstor) 
Si. two bars gemel or in chief three griffin's 

heads erased of the seoond. Mtstebs, 

London. 
■olUti 
Aig. two bars gemel az. in chief three mulletA 

go. Bbidixhall, Bbidusshall or Bridleshaw, 

eo. linooln and co. Lancaster. Sire Gil herd de 

BBmoKLESHALE,^. Sir Gilbert Bbidkleshall, 

00. linooln, temp. Edward I, V, 
ktg. two bars gemel and in chief three pierced 

BoUets sa. Mkdlky, Iver, co. Buckingham; 

deseended through Medley, Bnxted, Sussex, 

( the heiress m. Evelyn ) , from Benedict Medley, 

Ckrk of the Signet to Hemy YILL 
Fflai 
Orfbor bars wavy alternately gn. and vert three 

pfles issoant from the chief sa. Caldwell, 

Caldwell, Scotland. 
Or four bars wavy alternately go. and vert three 

pfles ijtsnant from Uie chief sa. each charged 

with a fountain ppr. Caldwell. 

Isndlei . . . . ( Ogretiea > 
Aig. tvo bars gemel sa. in chief three ogresses. 

HiLDESLET, V, Hiloesley or Hilsley, 

Croiaers Oifford, co. Oxford ; Brinton Benam, 

eei Berb ; and Kingston, Surrey. 
Or tvo bars gemel sa. in chief Uiree ogresses. 

luifT or Ii^o^Y. Ilbley, Ilsley, co. Berks. 

4BAX8 betw. or within.... 

Ai^er and Boast 

Aig. two bars gemel az. in chief an anchor 
IS. betw. two martlets respecting each other 
vert sad in base a lion pass, guard, gu. Fydell, 
XoRott, CO. Butland. 

iff. fov bars sa. in chief an anchor of the last 
betw.two martlets respecting each other vert 
io base a lion pass, gutfd. go. Fidoe. 
ttrdi 

Aix. two bars gem^ betw. three eagles displ. sa. 
Smtczm, London. 
ludnt 

Gil four bars arg. on a bordnre of the last eight 
■tartlets sa. Mabley, Ireland, quartering or a 
clwnQn .... betw. three martlets ...., with arg. 
tinree lambs.. «• 



iff. tvo bars gemel betw. three escallops gn. 
Dm, quartered by Hadl^. Dyne, Westfield, 



Gi. two bars gemel betw. three escallops arg. 
Kiwunov, Cark, in CarkneU, co. Lancaster; 
Ctfke Hall, Z, 452 ; granUd 1662. Bawlikson, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1706. Bawumson, 
Gfeeohead, oo. Lancaster; the coheirs m. 
Crackenthorpe and Moore. Biooe, Wood 
BnoKfatoo House, eo. Lancaster. 



Sa. two bars gemel betw. six roses arg. three two 
•d oae. Lethbuxdoe, co. Devon. 

Hoodt (Boast) Boar 
Or two bars gemel gn. betw. three boar's heads 

««ped sa. jBjnmfsoH, Norfolk. 
Or two bars gemel go. betw. three boar's heads 

vised at tine neck sa. Jevkuison, Tunstal, 

Borfolk; and Oultoo, Suffolk. 

. . ..Boor 
iif. two bars gemel betw. three buck's heads 
i^fce e ml aa. Jebmih, Wickham Bishop, Essex ; 



HAR, 4 BAB8 botw. or within. . ,.eont. 

Heads (Bea8t)<;ont. Deer cont, 
Az. two bars gemel arg. betw. three buck's heads 
erased or all betw. two flaunches of the last. 
Pabkeb, Warwick Hall, Carlisle. Pabker, 
PettereU Green, Cumberland. 

... .Leopard 
Az. two bars gemel arg. betw. three leopard's 
heads or. Cbomy. 

.. ..Lion 
Az. two bars gemel betw. three lion's heads erased 
arg. Newarke, Dalton. 

....Tiger 
Or two bars gemel gu. betw. three tiger's heads 
sa. two and one. Jenkinsoii, W, 
HonstOTi 
Az. four bars ai'g. betw. three sea horses or over 
all on a chevron crenely of the last five gouttes- 
de-poix. TooKEB. 
Hulleti 
Arg. two bars gemel az. betw. three mullets gu. 

Bbideshall, CO. Lincoln. 
Arg. two bars gemel sa. betw. three mullets gu. 
Jumfeb. 

4BAB8 botw. or within.... 

and in chief. . . . 

Arg. two bars gemel gu. betw. three columbines 

az. stalked and leaved vert on a chief sa. three 

duck's heads erased of the first Wise, Thorn- 

bury, 00. Gloucester. 

On 4BAB8 

Arg. four bars humetty gu. on the second a 
leopard's head or. Hall. 

5 BABEULETS 

Arg. five barrulets gu. over all a lion ramp. 

crowned and sustaining a battle axe or. 

Alexandeb. 
Arg. five barrulets sa. over all a lion ramp. or. 

Cockeb, Crompton, co. Leicester. 
Az. five barrulets arg. over all twelve martlets in 

orle gu. Conte de Pembbok, G. 
Erm. five barrulets gu. Habbis, co. Hants. 

Whitchubch, CO. Hants. 
Erm. five barrulets gu. over all three escucheons 

or two and one. Halhead. Hall, Ipswich, 

Suffolk, confirmed 8 Feb., 1587 ; Coggeshall, 

Essex ; and co. York. With a mullet for diff.. 

Hall, Barkham, co. Berks ; and co. Oxford. 
Or a barrulet betw. two bars gemel gu. over all 

three escucheons vair. Gamolle, temp. Edwajrd 

ni. 

Or a barrulet betw. two bars gemel gu. over all 
six escucheons vair three two and one. Gamoll. 

5 BABBXTLETS and in chief. . . . 
Arg. five barrulets and a canton gu. Cosabd, 

Cosard, co. Hants. 
Gu. five barrulets and a canton or. Bebbuba. 

5 BABBTJLETS botw. or within. . . . 
Birdi 
Arg. five barrulets gu. betw. three martlets in 
chief and as many tilting spears paleways in 
base az. M*Calzien. 
Bordoro 
Arg. five barrulets gu. on a bordure az. ten mart- 
lets or, Mebley. 

6 BABBXTLETS. 

Arg. six barrulets az. Walter de Munchaneoy, E ; 

but William, Harl. MS, 6137. 
Arg. six barrulets az. over all three lions ramp. 

gu. Bauf de Wodebubh, E, 

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AN ORDINABY OF 



BAIL 6 BABBULET8.... eont. 

Arg. sis barrulets arid over all a bend az. 

MULCHESTER. 

Arg. six barrulets az. over all a bend gn. Gaunt. 

Arg. six barrulets az. over all three chaplets go. 
Rauf FiTZ- William, O, 

Arg. three bars gemel az. Ceiferwast. Sir 
John Ctvrewast, V, Monhault, go. Lancaster. 
PiPARD, Larkbear, co. Devon; the heiress m. 
De Lisle. Siferwast. 

Arg. six barrulets gu. Bobert de Stotevile, E. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. Barry, Saint Dunstan's 
in the West, London, 1700 : a junior branch 
about 1756 took the name of Barnet or Barnett, 
Easingwold, co. York; and Blackheath, Kent; 
an elder branch now bears the name of Batlet, 
Allerton, co. York. Gerald Barry (Giraldus 
Cambrensis) Bishop of S.David's, 1109.1203. 
Benisted, benington, co. Hertford. Caster, 
Norfolk. Forcer. Fountney or Fontenny. 
MoNTHAUT. Moubhall, 00. Lancaster. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. over all a lion ramp, 
sa. Thomas Fairfax, 1716. Sir Thomas 
Fairfax, Walton, V, Fairfax, Torcester, 
Northumberland ; Askaro, Walton, and Gilling, 
CO. York; created Viscount 1625. Fairfax, 
CO. York. 

Aig. three bars gemel gu. a lion ramp. sa. armed 
and membered az. Fairfax, quartered by 
Erskine. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. over all a lion ramp. sa. 
crowned or in the dexter chief point a trefoil 
slipped az. Fairfax, Caldeck, Cumberland. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. a bend az. Mulchester. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. a beudlet az. 
Mttlchester, V. 

Arg. three bars gemel gu. over all on a bend or a 
hon pass, of the second. Farnaby, Kippington, 
Kent, Baronetcy 1726 ; this was a coat then 
quartered by Farnaby, and is therefore inac-. 
ourately ascribed to Lloyd. 

Arg. six barrulets gu. over all eight martlets in 
orle vert. Pairs or Patrick de Chaurs, F. 

Arg. two bars sa. each closeted of the same. Sir 
Henry Bisbbry, V, Bishbery or Bisbury. 
GuLDEFORD, Cumberland and Northumberland. 

Arg. three bars gemel sa. Sire William Arcalon, 
0. John Caresvillb, X William Careswell, 
V. Monsire Pers de Carew, S, Caswall, 
quartering Towne, Pryor, Whiting, and 
Clarke. Caswell, Hampton Court, Middle- 
sex. Creswell, CO. Hants, temp. Edward I. 
Ercall. Kirkaton, Kirklay, or Kirel4yne. 

KiRKELEY or KiRKLAND. KiRKLAND or KiRKLEY. 

Sir William Kyrkalane, V, Le Sire de 
KiRKALON, F. Bichard Kirkalon or Kirkton, 
r. Kyrkalon, V, Trevery, F*. 

Arg. tliree bars gemel sa. over all a lion ramp. gu. 
Mawde. Adam de Monhault or Monthaut, 
A. Monhault, West Biddlesden, co. York, 
Fmtotton, 1584. Adam de Monhaut, E, 
MoNTHALT, 00. Liucoln. MoNTHAULT, temp. 
Edward III, V, Sire James de Mouhaxtt, N, 
Adam de Mxtnhaut, Y, 

Arg. three bars gemel sa. over all a lion ramp, 
gn. charged on the shoulder with a cross oroslet 
fitohy or. Maude, co. York; Kendal, West- 
moreland ; and Blawith, co. Lancaster. 

Az. three bars gemel or. Milnel or Milvel. 

Gu. three bars gemel arg. Bemsb, Benst or 
Benstead. 

Gu. three bars gemel arg. over all a bend of the 
last. Walshb, F». 



BAE. 6 BAB&lJLET8....cofi(. 

Gu. three bars gemel arg. over all a bendlet of 

the last. John Walshs, Onlep, co. Leicester, 

V. 
Gu. three bars gemel or. Beast. Bee. Beksb 

or Benst. Bensted, F. 
Or six barrulets az. Brauz. 
Or three bars gemel az. Mensl. Mbynsll. 

Nicholas Mynell, F. 
Or three bars gemel gu. over all a lion ramp. sa. 

Fairfax, Baron Fairfax. 
Or three bars gemel sa. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

charged on the shoulder with a cross croslet 

fitohy or. Mawhood, certified May 1779. 
Per chev. sa. and or three bars gemel arg. the 

bottom one passing behind the chev. point. 

AlJJBRTON, F. 

Per pale arg. and gu. six barrulets oonntercbanged. 

Barrett, Kent 
Sa. three bars gemel arg. CarisweiXu Cabswell, 

CO. Stafford. 

6 BABBULEIB and In ohiaf . . . • 

Beast 
Az. three bars gemel and in chi^ a lion pass. or. 

Henry Treooz, A. 
Or three bars gemel and in chief a lion pass. gu. 

Bobert de Treooz, B., although the blason 

therein is gu. three bars gemel or in chief a 

lion pass. gu. 
Beaitf 
Arg. threo bars gemel and in chief as many lions 

ramp. sa. Willet, Walthamstow, Essex. 

WnxBT or WiLLBTT. Willett, Combe, Poit- 

hill, and Tapeley, co. Devon. 
Az. three bars gemel and in chief as many lions 

. . . . sa. NoRTHiN, London. 
Cantoa 
Arg. three bars gemel gn. a canton enn. 

Bardbwell. Berdwell. Bebdewell, F. 
Arg. six barrulets and a canton gu. James de 

Pantone, F. 
Arg. three bars gemel and a canton go. Cowfibld. 

Panture. 
Ai^. three bars gemel sa. a canton go. Tenby, 

V\ 
Ai^. three bars gemel and a canton sa. Bucketok. 

Bobert Bukbton, F. Buktoh, F*. 
Gu. three bars gemel and a canton erm. Bobert 

Bardbwbll, F. 
Gu. three bars gemel or a eanton aig. Firz- 

Osborne, Suffolk. 
Gu. three bars gemel or a canton az. Bbidobb. 
Gu. three bars gemel or a canton erm. Babdewsix, 

F. Brioges or Brioos, Saul, Norfolk; and 

Haughton, co. Salop, created Baron 1641 ; the 

coheiresses m. Chandler, Brooke, and Chetham. 
Gu. three bars gemel or a canton sa. Brioor, 

quartered by Thompson. Brioos or Bbyooe, 

Norfolk. 
Sa. three bars gemel and a canton arg. Bucxton. 

on a Canton.... Beast 
Arg. three bars gemel az. on a canton gu. a lion 

pass, of the field. Standon. Staundon, F. 
Arg. three bars gemel gu. on a canton az. a lion 

pass, guard, or. FouNTAiN,Bawoombe,co.Devon. 
Arg. three bars gemel or on a canton az. a lion 

pass, of the second. Fountayn, W, 
...BiUets 
Gu. three bars gemel or on a canton arg. ttre 

billets sa. two one and two. Ingblosb or 

Inoloss. Inoi^rousb, F. Sir Henry Inglos, 

F. Ingush, Suffolk. Sir Ingo "kmrnm % 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



51 



BAB. 6BABBirLST8 and in chief.... eone. 

« • OftBtM. . . .Billets cont. 
Gb. three bar» gemel or on a canton are. six 

billets sa. laousR, Norfolk. 

• • ■ • vTMOSnt 

Arg. three ban gemel sa. on a canton of the 
gemel last a crescent of the field. Buckton. 

Go. three bars gemel or on a canton sa. a 
tnawni of the second. Bbiogs, Haughton, 
00. Salop. 

Si. three ban gemel arg. on a canton of the 
Meond a crescent of the fint. Bacton. 
BrcKToy or Buketon. 
• • • • vVon 

Aig. three btn gemel gu. on a canton sa. a cross 
pttODee or. Sir John Etton, 3 Heniy VI, V. 



BAB. 



7 BABBITLSTS 



Or three ban gemel gu. on a canton arg. five 
Jownges in saltire of the second. Hirme. 
Hcf eringland, Norfolk. 

cu«r 

^ J^ **•" gemel and a chief gu. Giffabd. 

AMtow ben gemel and a chief arg. Ctfeb or 

A A^ I^^>ort de Cbbsequbs or Cresiones, C. 

Az.ttoeebin gemel and a chief or. Meionill 
crtoMOLL. Mbnei^ Monsire de Menell, r. 
Je&re Meniix, F. Niool de Menill, E. 
Trtoioo de Mentu^ B, Methell, North Kil- 
5500, and The Fryerage. near Yarm, co. 
lort; denred from Menell, of Hilton, 1203; 
futmng Catterich, Catterich (ancUnt), 
Jenijest, Umihmlle, and Salcocke. Sir Nichol 
«M£TWLL. H, K. Meynil, quartered by 
iwcy and by Lord Conyen, U, 

G^i^ ban gemel and a chief arg. Thobnell, 

Gt three ban gemel and a chief indented erm. 
flMPDEM or Htmpkn, CO. Hertford. 
«aCU«r....Bamilet 

^^^tbwe ban gemel az. on a chief gu. a barrulet 
««*tty or. John Haidon, Sheriff of London, 
rlA ^^">o«' Boughwood, Ebford, and 
^^^hxj, CO. DeTon, temp. Edward IV ; and Crew- 
toe, eo. Somerset. Hatdon, Woodbury, 00. 
lJe»on; London; and Surrey. 

Aig. three ban gemel az. on a chief gu. a wivre 
Viaw) or. Haidoh, co. Devon. 
....Baaat (lioa) 

*•»• three bars gemel sa. on a chief az. a lion 
Hss. ar. Cubrbb, Kildwick, co. York, repre- 
"«J«I by CuMiEB, Eshton Hall, quartering 
?««daon. CcBBER, Clifton House, CO. York, 
-wl, qoartenng BoundelL 

«». three bars gemel sa. on a chief az. a lion 

^'■•- guard, arg. Ccbbee. 

^thr^ ban gemel arg. on a chief or a lion 

PtHLta. MALKFAUmr. 

**«• three ban gemel az. on a chief sa. a wolf 
>•■•• or. BusTHOiH^E, CO. Devon. 



Alq burrmleta arg. on a chief gu. three leopard's 

1 ill! ^' ^•"'y Bubrbll, V, 

"•Utfee ban gemel and as many lion's heads 

k "!i!l^'" ^**^^ "^' Nemaeke or Newmaeke. 
*^™« ban gemel and as many lion's heads 
**»•* in chief or. Whits. 



^*^*«» gemel or a quarter arg. Babdwell 

••^Mrtar 

•^^■•e ban gemel or on a quarter arg. five 
•■•U aa. iwo one and two. John Ihglbhose, V, 
"'UwiylwjLosE, r. 



Arg. seven barrulets az. William de Muhohanest. 

F. 
Arg. seven barrulets az. over all a chevron gu, 

Bartholomew de la More, F, or Mare, E, 
Arg. seven barrulets az. over all three chaplets 

gu, Rauf le Firz William, E. 
Or seven barrulets sa. Porchesteb. 

8 BABBVLET8 

Erm. four ban gemel compony or and sa. 

HORWOOD. 

Erm. four ban gemel sa. Tomkinson. 
Gu. four ban gemel and a bend arg. Wallets, 
Alep, CO. Gloucester. Welsh, co. Gloucester. 
Or eight barrulets gu. Sir ... . Porchestbr, R, 

8 BABBVLET8 and in chief. ... 
Canton 
Arg. four ban gemel sa. a canton gu. Tenby, V. 

on a Canton 
Az. four ban gemel or on a canton arg. a demi 

lion ramp. gu. Wallis, Dublin. 
Chief 
Az. four bars gemel and a chief or. Menell or 

Metnelt^, CO. York. 
Gu. four ban gemel and a chief arg. Thornhill, 

Owston, CO. Lincoln. 
Gu. four ban gemel and a chief or. Sir Thomas 

de Richemond, M, 

on a Chief 
Gu. four ban gemel arg. a chief of the last charged 

with five d-foils az. three and two. Pendock, 

ToUerton. 

9 BABRTJLET8 

Arg. three ban closeted gu. Bensted. 

Sa. three ban erm. closeted or. Horwood, co. 
Huntingdon. The six barrulets compony or 
and arg., Horwood, co. Huntingdon, V. 

10 BABBXriETS 

Arg. ten barrulets ga. over all a lion ramp. sa. 

Robert de Estotevile, A, Harl MS. 6137, fo. 

94. 

10 BABBTJLET8 and in chief. . . . 
Gu. in base ten barrulets wavy arg. and az. a demi 

horse ramp, issu^t arg. Trevhjjan, F*. 

12 BABBVLETS 

Per pale arg. and gu. twelve barrulets counter- 
changed. Barrett, Ireland. 

12 BABBVLETB and in chief. . . . 
Az. six barrulets gemel «and a chief or. Menell 
or Meynell, CO. York. 

14 BABBULSTS 

Arg. seven barrulets gemel az. Inoersaleh. 

16 BABBTJLET8 and in chief.... 
Canton 
Sa. eight barrulets gemel and a canton arg. 
BucKTON or BuKBTON, CO. York. 
on a Canton 
Arg. eight barrulets gemel az. on a canton gu. a 
Hon pass. or. Hatle. 

BABBVLET8 unnumbered 
Per pale or and arg. barruly wavy gu. Sire 
Richard de Auntbsheyk, N. 

BABBT of 4 

See also a Feu and in chief. . . . 

Barry of four arg. and gu. per pale counter- 

changed. Barrett, Bellhouse, Essex. 
Barry of four counter-escalloped arg. and gu. 

each scale nailed sa. Armourer. 
Barry of four az. and arg. Gonston. 



52 



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BAB. BABBT of 4 ... . eont, 

Barry of four gu. aud arg. Salkeld. Moule, 

CO. Northampton. 
Barry of four gu. and or. Brewbe. 
Barry of four or and az. Mobtimeb, first Earl 

of March. 
Barry of four indented or sa. or and az. Richard 

MiTFORD, Bishop of Chichester 1389, Salisbury 

1396-1407. 

BABBT of 5 

Barry of five each per fesse embattled (? formerly 
vairy) arg. aud sa. Stbatoum, Scotland. 

BABBT of 6 

Barry of six (?or) and (? sa.) Reginald Boulebs or 
BuTLEB, Bishop of Hereford 1451, Lichfield, 
etc., 1453-9. 

Barry of six arg. and az. Aske, Ghowbent, oo. 
Lancaster. Baymond. Beauchaupe. Codenob. 
Cotton. Heniy de Obai, K, John de Obay, 
JB. De Gbay, D. Le S, de Gbaye, T. Richard 
de Gbaye, A, Sire Henry de Gbey, J, Johan 
de Grey, F, John Grey and le S. Gret de 
Codnor, S, Reynauld de Grey, O, Sire 
Richard de Grey, N, Richard Gret, F. 
Grey of Wilton, Z, 341. "William Grey, Bishop 
of Ely 1454-78. Walter de Grey, Bishop of 
Worcester 1214.16. Sir Henry Grey, Codner, 
CO. Derby, V. Richard Grey, Y. Gbey, South- 
"wick, CO. Durham ; Sir Arthur Grey, Wilton, 
temp. Elizabeth. Earl de Gbey, quartering 
Robinson. Gbey, Earl Stamford and Warring, 
ton, quartering Booth. Newbald. Newbold. 
Vachell. 

Ban7 of six arg. and az. a fleur-de-lis or for diff. 
Grey. 

Barry of six arg. and az. a label of three points 
gu. Grey, Sherland, F. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a label of three 
points gu. nine bezants. Gray. Gbey, Saudi- 
acre, F. 

Barry of six arg. and az. label of five points gn. 
Reignauld de Gbaye, A, but Bernard, Harl, 
3fS.6137, fo.94. Reynauld Gbey, D. Renaud 
de Grey, E, hut Edmund, HarL MS, 6137. 
Sir Reignauld de Giiey, J. Sir John Grey, 
Wilton, CO. Hereford, F. Henri de Gbey, G. 
M. Henry Gbey de Wilton, S, 

Barry of six arg. aud az. a label of five points gn. 
on each point three bezants. Gbey, K^ingston- 
Mereward. 

Barry of six arg. and az. a label gu. Sir Raignold 
de Gray, H. Sire Johan de Gbey, N, 

Barry of six arg. and az. a label gu. bez^ty. 
Richard Gbey, Sandiacre, Y, 

Barry of six arg. and az. indented the one into the 
other. Oliver Todemham, E. 

Barry nebuly of six ai-g. and az. Symond Basset, 
A, Harl MS. 6137, fo. 95. Bbownino, F*. 
Danmare. Sir .... Gilbebt, Baron of Sand- 
ford, F. Samford, F. Gilebert de Saunford, F. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. Allen Basset, Lord 
of Wycombe, descendant of Thomas second 
and eldest surviving son of Chief Justice Ba.Hset. 
Symond Basset, A, Browning, Cowley, co. 
Gloucester. Dansey, go. Hereford. Gilbebt. 
Sir Gilbert Baron of Samford, F. Gilebert 
de Saunford, F. Sandford. 

Barry of six arg. and erminois. Pallant, Red- 
grave, Suffolk. 

Ban-y of six arg. and gu. Lord Babrey, Ireland, 
F. Barry, Earl of Barr3'more. Barry, Lem 
laia, CO. Cork. Babby, Marbury Hall, co. 



BAB. 



BABBT of 6.... cone. 



Chester; and Foaty, co. €ork, quartering gn. 

on a chev. or betw. three bezants as many 

crosses formy fitchy sa. quarterly with Heriz. 

Barry, Ballyclough, co. Cork, Lisnegar, near 

Rathcormac, descended from William de Babry, 

who m. Angharad, daughter of Rhys-ap-Griffith. 

Barry or Bery, Winscot and Bendon, co. 

Devon. Bayouse, F. Multon. Roger 

Talebot, a. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. per pale oountercbanged 

Peat or Pbit, SootUnd. Peyto, F*. 
Barry of six arg. and gn. per pale indented 

counterchanged. Petoe or Peyto, Chesterton, 

CO. Warwick. 
Barry of six arg. and gn. per pale indented 

sinister counterchanged. Peyto, F. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. per pale wavy counter- 
changed. Peat, Scotland. 
Barry dancetty of six arg. and gn. Walter de 

Balun, £. Balum, F. Basset, Typidy, F. 

Thomas Basset, C<Miiwall, Y, Basset, Y, 
Barry bendy of six arg. and gu. Ameby. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. indented the one into 

the other. John TuBenhax, E, 
i Barry nebuly of six arg. and gu. Laurence 

Ba8SETt,£,F. Bassett. Robert de Champaine, 

F. Champayne. Sir John Champneis, F. 

Robert D Aimiabe, A, HarL MS. 6137, fo. 94. 

Sir Richard Damebey, Q, Sir John D'Amoby, 

F. Danmabe. Gebmon, Kent 
Barry nebuly of six arg. and gu. a crescent for 

diff. Jenico, F. 
Barry nebuly of six arg. and gu. a label of three 

points az. Allen, oo. Lancaster. Goldikohaii, 

Suffolk. GoLDiNOTON, Sussex. 
Barry nebuly of six arg. and gu. a label of five 

points az. Pers Achabd, £, F. The label or, 

Nicoll de Bape (? Bathe), E, The label sa., 

Robert de Amanbi, F, 
Barry wavy of six arg. and gu. Baps. John 

Basset, North Luffenham, oo. Rutland, a 

descendant of Thomas second and eldest sur- 
viving son of Chief Justice Basset. Laurence 

Bassett, E^ F. Bassett, oo. Leicester. Robert 

de Chaupaine, F. Robert de Champayne, A. 

Robert D'Aihiabe, A, HarL MS. 6137, fo. 94. 

Dalbib, Brookham, oo. Warwick. Damebey. 

Sir Richard Damory, Q, HarL MS., 6580. 

Daumaby, Y. Danncey, or Daxtncey, Dansey, 

Brinsop, CO. Hereford. Dabtois or Dabtoys, 

Ireland. Dolby, Brizes, Essex. Lovsll, co. 

Somerset Yaleionbs, Kent. 
Barry wavy of six arg. and gn. a label of five 

points az. Pers Achabd, J5, F. The label or, 

Nicoll do Bape (? Bathe), E, The label sa., 

Robert de Amanbi, F. 
Barry of six arg. gu. and az. Bbens. 
Barr}' of six arg. and sa. Bussey, co. Lincoln 

and CO. Cambridge. Sir Myles Bussey, F. 

Clifford. Frognall. SirRaufeHosTEBLEY,F. 

UosTERLY. OxoN. Tanke. Siro Robert Touk, .y. 
Barry of six indented arg. and sa. Oise, oo. 

Gloucester. 
Barry of six arg. and sa. indented the one into 

the other (t.6. barry bendy lozeugy). Gux, 

1732. 
Barry nebuly of six arg. and sa. Simon Bassett, 

E. Blount. Cheffield. Sir Gilbert de 

Ellesfeld, F. Ellesfield, F*. 
Barry nebuly of six arg. and sa. a label of three 

points gu. Sevelton. The label of five points, 

H., or Rauf, Bassett, E, 



BRITISH ABMOBIALS. 



5S 



HAS. 



BABBT of 6....coiit. 



Bairy vavy of six arg. and sa. Ashfceij), co 
Oxford. AsBTisLD or EsTFiZLD, Suffolk. Simon 
BissKTT, £. Ralph Basset; descended from 
William Lord of Sapcote, youngest son of 
Biehard and Maad. Eclesfield. Elchsfield, 
eo. Oxford. Ellesfield, Y, Stalton or 
Statlton. 

Bury wavy of six arg. and sa. a label of three 
potots go. Sir Ralph Basset of Chedle, a 
yoonger son of BasJtet of Sapcote. The label 
of fire points gn. H., or Baaf, Bassstt, E, 

Btfxy wary of six arg. and sa. gutty d'eau. Morbis. 

Btrry wavy of six arg. and sable bezanty. John 
Basset, New Place, a younger branch of Chedle. 

Bany of six arg. and vert. Uarthell. Mabshb. 
Vaxts, V. VioBBous, quartering .... three 
fioe^apples vert. 

Bwry of six az. and arg. Chain. Cham. De 
Gray, D. Riehard Grey, F. Poyhtz. 

Barry wavy of six az. and arg. Cistercian priory 
It OwBoiJBXB Bebkabd, ix^ WoBUBM, 00. Bed- 
f«d. 

Bany daneetty of six az. and arg. Todenham. 

Btfiy aebaly of six az. Ad arg. Kenell. 

Bany of six az. and erm. Yachell, Reading, 
M. Berks, quartering or a ehev. betw. three 
cocks sa. 

Bany of six az. and or. Mebton. Mons. Fitz 
Bafe de Multon, Y. 

Bany of six three az. and three vairy gu. and erm. 
BiEwis, HarL ITS., 6589. Reignold Bbewes, Y, 
Beioold de Bbewts, Y, John Gbisley, Y, 

Bany of six erm. and az. Yachbll, co. Bedford ; 
Colley and Windsor, oo. Berks; and North 
Hanion, oo. Bucks. 

Bany nebuly of six erm. and arg. Mabes. 

Bany of six erm. and ermines. Thomas 

BaADWABDQi, Archbishop of Canterbnry, 1349. 

BlAXnrABDTHX, F. 

Bany of six erm. and gu. Baxbb. Beaumont, 
CO. Tofk. Casct. Henri Hebe, E, Husee, 
F. HiJSSBY, CO. Dorset; Essex; Suffolk; oo. 
Salop; Sussex; and CO. Wilts. Hussey, Wyrley 
Grove, Lichfield, oa Stafford; quartering 
Foorke, Wyb«ston (?), and Jesson. Hussey, 
Kash Court, oo. Dorset; and Salisbury. Kibton, 

CO. Tif^y^ln. IiAVAIX. 

Barry nebuly of six erm. and gu. Sir Geoffry 

FoLTOT, r. Folyott, V. M. Alexander 

GoLoixQBAM* 8. Lacy, oo. Northampton and 

NorthomberUuid. 
Bany wavy of six erm. and gu. Folliot, oo. 

Northampton. Folliot or Folliott. 
Banyofsix.enD.gu. and az. Bbewes. 
Beiy of six vairy erm. and gu. and az. William 

de Bbzusb, E, 
Barry of six three per fess erm. and gu. three 

az. Gbisblbt, V, 
Bany of six erm. and sa. gutty d'eau. Thomas 

BiADWABDDf , Archbishop of Canterbury 1349. 
B«ry nebuly of six erm. and sa. Spenceb. 
Bviy nebuly of six erm. and vert. Fasakyb, F*. 
Bany wavy of six ermines and arg. Mobbis. 
Bany of six ermines and erm. Bbadwabden. 
Bany of six gn. and arg. Sir John BEBLmaHAM, 

CO. Eaaez, V, Kulketom or Kebketon, Kirke- 

too, eo. Tincoln, temp. Edward IL Moiome. 

FcnT. 
Bany aebnly of aix go. and arg* GoLDniaHAM. 

Jmioo, F». 
Bany neboly of six go. and arg. a crescent for 

*ff. Jcxico, r». 



BAB. BABBT of 6. . . ,eojU, 

Barry wavy of six gu. and arg> De Anxobe, L, 
HarL MS., 6137. Haxond. Sir Richard 
Hamoby or de Hamoby, L, HarL Af S., 6589. 

Barry of six gu. and erm. John Beamond or 
Beaumond, CO. Devon, Y. Le Sire de Beamont, 
CO. Devon, Y, Hussey, in Farleigh Castle 
Chapel. 

Barry nebuly of six gu. and erm. Kowebs. 

Barry wavy of six gu. and erm. Lacy, Northum- 
berland. 

Barry of six gu. and or. Beby. Habcoubt. 
PoYNTZ, CO. Gloucester. John de St. Owen, E. 

Barry daneetty of six gu. and or. Thomas 
Baloun, Y, 

Barry of six gu. and vair. Bbauxont, oo. Devon. 
Thomas Coucy, Y. 

Barry of six or and az. Constable, Tixall, eo. 
Stafford; and Burton-Constable, oo.York,Bart.; 
quartering Clifford. Constable, Halsham 
and Burton-Constable, Holdemess, oo. York; 
quartered by Maxwell. Sir John Constable, 
Halsham, oo. York, V, Robert Conbstable, 
Holdemess, Y, Le Conestable de Holdemess, 
Y. CopcoTT or Copboott. Fitz-Eustace, 
Ireland, Viscount Baltinglas, quartering gu. a 
saltire or. Gawsell. Holdebness, oo. York. 
Obay or Oyby. Pbmbbuob, V^, Sir Fulke de 
Penbbuooe, V, Henry Pbmbbyob, A, or de 
Panebbxoob, HarL MS,, 6137, fo. 95. 
Richmond. * 

Barry of six or and az. a label of five points (and 
with a bendlet instead of the label) gu. Henry 
de Penbbugge, F. 

Barry wavy of six or and az. Basset, ComwalL 
Claude. 

Barry of six or az. and gu. Kaines, co. Leicester. 

Barry of six or and gu. Sir Btyan le Frrz Aleyn, 
J, Henry Fitz Allen, A. Bryan Frrz Allen, 
A, HarL MS,, 6137. fo. 95. Beby. Chanabd 
or Channabd. Hoolb. Part of the arms of 
Lautebbubo, Z, 871. Owen. St. Owen, co. 
Salop; and Gemeston, co. Hereford. Seynt 
Owen, V. Richmond. Roger Talebot, A, 
HarL MS,, 6187, fo. 96. 

Bany of six or and gu. in diief a label of five points 
arg. Stovin, co. York. The label sa., Stovin. 

Barry of six or and gu. bezanty. Connteb. 

Barry daneetty of six or. and gu. M. Piers de la 
Mabe, 5. 

Barry of six indented or and gu. Maib, England. 

Barry nebuly of six or and gu. Badcock. Philip 
Bassbtt, D, E, F. Sir Philip Bassett, V. 
Dolseby, London. Lovkll, V, Le Sr 
Lovell (de LovEL et Holland, 8;) quartering 
az. flory .... a lion ramp, guard, arg. T. 
LovELL, Baron Lovell, of Tichmersh, and 
Viscount Lovell. Mountboye. 

Barry nebuly of six or and gu. a label of three 
points az. Lovell, F*. The label of five 
points, John Lovell, E, F, 

Barry nebuly of six or and gu. a label of five points 
• • . . Bate, V, With each point az. charged 
with three mallets of six points or. John 
LovEL,G. John Lovel, of Tichmersh, Lord of 
Dakkyng, m. a daughter of Basset of Wycombe. 

Barry wavy of six or and gu. Atsoe. Ralph 
Basset, Chief Justice temp. Henry I. Basset, 
Comwall. Basset, Heanton Court, Umber- 
leigh, and Watermouth, co. Devon ; descended 
from John, elder son of Sir John Basset; 
quartering Davie. John Basset, Heanton 
runchardon, co. Devon, 1716. Phelip Basset, 



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BAE. 



BARBT of 6....eofU. 



Df E, F, Dalbt, 00. Leicester and oo. Warwick. 
Dalbt, Castle DonniDgtoD, co. Leicester. 
LovBLL, Seigneur de Tiohmarch, Y, Thebande 
de Valoyhes, ob. 1209, P, (but ? paly.) 

Barry wavy of six or and gu. a label of five 
points az. Jobn Lovsix, £, F. 

Bany wavy of six or and gu. a label of five points 
az. on each point three mallets of six points or. 
Johan LovEL, O. 

Barry of six or and sa. Emebiok, Norfolk. 
John Emebtkx, V, Emricr or Emrike. 
Mabiott. Mabbiott, 00. Northampton. 

Mabbiott, Avonbank, oo. Worcester; The 
• Leases, oo. York; derived from Angostine 
Mabbiot, of London, 1089. Mabbiott, oo. 
Derby. Mabbiot. Mabtet or Mabyot, oo. 
Berks; Preston, oo. Gloucester; Bredfield, 
Sussex; and Whitechuroh, co. Warwick. Menet 
or&lENETT. SireJohandeMsBiETjN. Mebiet, 
CO. Wilts, F. Mbbtott, oo. Somerset. 

Pexbbidoe or Pexbbuoe, oo. Leicester. 

Barry of six or and sa. per pile counterchanged. 
William Enohak, V. Sir John Gbos, V. 

Barry dancetty of six or and sa. Roger Lovedai,E. 

Barry nebnly of six or and sa. Stephen Blount, 
Ixworth, Suffblk, the heir of the elder branch 
m. temp. Henry III, Mary Blount of Saxling- 
ham, Norfolk, heiress of the younger branon. 
Blouwt, Grendon, co. Hereford, descended, like 
Blount, Baron Mounfjoy, and Earl of Devon- 
shire, firom Sir Walter Blount, slain 1408 at 
Shrewsbury, a son of Blount, Soddington, co. 
Worcester. Sir William Blount, co. Warwick, V, 
Edmund Blunt, Uxbridge, 1716. The Blount 
family used other coats also on seals, but this 
coat in war was preferred by Blount, Belton, 
00. Rutland. Blunt, London, since of Glery, 
00. Hants ; and Croydon, Surrey, Bart. William 
le Blunt, E, Ellesfield, V*, Mountjot, 
oo. Devon. Panley, co. Oxford. 

Barry wavy of six or and sa. William Blount, 
Y, William le Blunt, E, M.John Blunte, 

r. MOUNTJOY. 

Barry of six or and vert. Bbay. Mowlton, 

Kent. Moy^ne, F. 
Bany nebnly of six or and vert Hawbebk. 

Sir Nicholas Hawbbbke, F. Hawebk. Hawkibke. 
Barry of six three per fess erm. and gu. three 

az. Gbiseley, F. 
Barry of six sa. and arg. Hauohton, oo. Chester ; 

and CO. Lancaster. Robert Touke, Y, 
Barry nebnly of six sa. and arg. Lawabo. 
Bany wavy of six sa. and arg. Estbeby. 
Barry of six sa. and erm. Bbadwaboeh or 

Bbadwabdeb. 
Barry of six sa. and or. Finley. Loqie, Scotland. 
Barry of six sa. and or per pale counterchanged. 

SCUBFIELD. 

Barry of six vair and gu. Baxmont or Bayxont, 
CO. Devon. Sir Thomas Beamont, Cornwall, 
F. Beaumont, CO. Devon. M. John Beaumont, 
8, Chinn, Hampton Park, co. Gloucester. 
Sire de Cochy, D. Ingelram de Coucy, Earl of 
Bedford, temp. Edward III, F, Z, 178. Robert 
de Coucy, E, Gaines. Ghisnes, Chokes, co. 
Northampton, 38 Henry UL Inqlefield. 

KeMISHE. l^ENNIS. 

Barry of six vairy arg. gu. and az. Bbuce. 

Barry of six three vairy erm. and gu. three az. 
Giles de Bbaose or Bbewse, Bishop of Here- 
ford 1200-10. William de Bbeuss, £, F. Sir 
William Bbbwes, Brecon, F. 



BAE. 



BARBT of 8 



Barry dancetty of eight (? arg.) and go. John de 

COLENHAM, F. 

Barry of eight arg. and az. De la Mabch. Feyce, 
F*. Gbeenstbeet, F*. Gbey. Hobbon or 
Hobbyn, CO. York. Knighton, Bayford, oo. 
Herts. And with a label of four points gu., 
Gbey. 

Barry of eight arg. and gu. Fitz-Alubed, F*. 
FiTZ-AwBY, Ireland. Babby, Ireland, W, 
Chawobth. Hungaby, as borne by Margaret 
of Anjou, Z, 299 ; and by Mary of Lobbadte, 
Z, bU. 

Barry of eight arg. and go. a label of three points 
sa. Gobion, CO. York. 

Barry of eight arg. and gu. a label of five points 
sa. Gobyns, oo. York. 

Barry of eight arg. and ga. indented the one in 
the other. John de Tudeham, F. 

Bany of eight indented arg. and gu. John de 
Balun, a, 

Barry of eight arg. and sa. Tbebygb, F*. 

Barry of eight az. and arg. De la Lond, F*. 

QUEBOUALLE. 

Barry wavy of eight az. flnd arg. Eennell. 

Barry of eight az. and or. Sir Conan de Aske, F. 

Bany of eight erm. and gu. KntTON, co. Lincoln. 
SULBY, F». • 

Barry of eight erm. and or. Wbntlas, F*. 

Barry of eight gu. and arg. Babby, F*. Buby, 
00. Devon. Clynkb. 

Barry of eight gu. and or. Brian Fitz-Allen, 
Bedalle, P, Y, Sir .... de Poinz, F. Sir 
Nicholas Poynes or Poyntz, L. Poyntz, F*. 
Drogo FiTZ-PoNS, temp. William I, his elder son 
Richard, of Clifford Castle, founded the Clif- 
fords ; and the younger, Osbert, that of Poyntz. 
PoYNZ, Iron Acton. Poyntz, Ryegate, Surrey ; 
Midgham, oo. Berks; and Cowdray Park, 
Sussex ; the coheiresses m. Clinton, Spencer, and 
Cecil. Stedon. Stodow. 

Barry bendy of eight gu. and or. Holland, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Barry pily of eight gu. and or. Vance, Ireland. 

Barry of eight or and az. Fitz-Alan. Damske. 
Henry de Penebbuoe, E, 

Barry of eight or and gu. Sir Brian le Firz Alain, 
E, Sir Brian Fitz-Alan, Baron of Bedale, 
CO. York, F. Brian Fitz-Alan or Fitz-Aleyn, 
Lord of Bidall. Fitz- Allan. Richard Beaumes, 
Bishop of London, 1 108-28 ; and (with a cre- 
scent) Richard de Beaumes, Bishop of London, 
1152-03. Sir Nicholas Poinz, Baron of Cory 
Malet, F. .Hue Pointz, K. Sir Nicholas 
Poynes or Poyntz, L. Poynes, North Oking- 
don, Essex; and Alderley, co. Gloucester. 
RoMELY, Skipton, co. York, temp. Henry I. 

Barry of eight or and gu. in the dexter chief 
point a mullet sa. Fitz Allen. 

Barry pily of eight or and gu. Hoylanb, oo. 
Lincoln. 

Bany of eight or and sa. Selby, The Mote, 
Kent, 1667. Sir Henry Selby, Knt, Seijeant- 
at-Law, 1715. Charles Selby, Bayhall, assumed 
the name of Amherst, d. i,p, 1745 ; the heiress 
m. Browne, now (1784) Selby, Whitley, 
Essex, 1838. Selby, Swansfield, Alnwick, 
Northumberland. Henry Y, Duke of Saxony, 
Z,69. 

Barry nebuly of eight or and sa. Blount, Titten- 
hanger, co. Herts. M. Walter Blount, S. 
Chables, CO. Devon. 

Bany wavy of eight or and sa. Pately, oo. Oxen. 



BRITISH ABMOBIALS. 



55 



BAS. BAIBT ^8....eont 

Bany of eiglit sft. and or. Sslbt, Biddleston, 
Northamberland, temp. Henry III ; qntrtering 
Perobij, Lonnde, Favoonberg, Darcy, Toite, 
etc Seibt, BaroD de Selby, Denmark, de- 
•eeoded from Selbt, Biddleston. Selbt, 
WinlatoD, Durham ; and Twizel, Northnmber- 
land. SusT, Earie, NortbamberlaDd, pre- 
smiied to be a yoooger bnuaoh of Selby of Bid- 
dleston. 



of 10. 
Barry of ten arg. and az. a ]*bel of nine points 

ga. AvGis. 
Bvry of ten arg. and gn. Barby, Lord Barry, 

Z, 35a Thobhell, Soffolk, V, Whditiku). 
Biriy of ten arg. and gn. a label of five points az. 

GoBiON, Oo^on, eo. Bedford; an heiress m. 

Le Boeder, tennp. Edward L 
Bany of ten arg. and gn. in chief a label of nine 

pouts feit. Ewx, temp. Riob. L 
Biny often arg. and pnrp. Ets. 
Bny often arg. and sa. Babeall. 
Bvrjof ten az. and or. Daboie. 
Bst; of ten az. and or per pale eonnterehanged. 

BisuBAS or Basnetby, impaling the reverse 

ia St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Homber; 

Btd. MS. 6820, fo. 84. 
Bmy of ten gn. and or. Bokblton, Kent. 

BonLTOM, r. 
Btnyoftenorand arg. (?az.) Millbs or Mnxs, 

Sbalibrd, eo. Cambridge. 
Biny of ten or and az. Copcotb. 
Bany of ten or and gu. f^z- Allen. Bbkelton. 

Bebkt, BeninkerlMr. Sir Nicholas Potntz, L. 

Btis. 
Biny of ten or and sa. Botetile, alias THnnn^ 

€0l Salop; qnartering arg. a lion ramp, tail 

sowed gu. Thtmhb, Marquis of Bath. Thtnnb, 

Baroo Carteret. 
Bany of ten or and bb. b labd of fire points az. 

Botbthlb. 

BABBTof IS. 
Btiry of twelve arg. and az. Bbahcey. 

IboBAHAX. 2f OKTOHAKSBy, MOHTCHAVSBYB, OT 

HocncHABSBT, Soffolk. 
Bsny of twelve arg. and gu. Mabwabibo, 
Chester. Mbhblbswabibo. Stvtyum, oo. 



B«ry of twelre arg. and gu. in chief a label of 
i^ points az. Sombbill. 

Bany of twehe az. and arg. Ihoebhax . 

Bany of twelve per pale az. and arg. counter- 
changed. MooBB, the Moore, co. Sidop. 

Bany of twelve or and az. Bbajobors. Bbabs. 
MonrrroBD. Sblbt, Kent 

Barry of twelve or and sa. Botfield, Hopton 
C«nt, eo. Salop ; a branch of the ancient 
Sbopihire fiunOy of Botfiblo or Botevtlb, 
Botovyle, near Church Stretton. Botfield, 
I>edMrHill«eo. Salop. Botfield, Norton HiOl, 
eo. Koithampton. 

lASSTof 14 
Bany of fborteen arg. and az. Hugh Le Bbun, 

Bari of the Marches of Aqtdtaine, father of 

Winisa de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, V. 

HeraAB,F». 
B iny of to mrt— a arg. and gu. Robert de 

8*nsviLB, S. Stutbyiix, Baron of Coting- 

■■vyof loortseo arg. and gu. a label of five 
a. Hn# OoBiUB, B. The label of the 
Sir Hqgh OoBTOB, V. 



BAS. BABETof 14....cofa. 

Barry of fourteen az. and or. Bbaxtbbas, V*, 

Pobchbbtbb, V*. 
Barry of fourteen gu. and arg. a label of five 

points of the first. Gobtob , K*. 
Barry of fourteen or and az. Sir Bobert Bbaubbas, 

V, Henry de Pebbbidge, D. Sr .... de 

Pobchbsteb, V. 
Barry of fourteen or and sa. Sblbt, Kent. 

BABBT of 18 
Ban7 of eighteen arg. and az. Firz baitfe, V, 
Barry of eighteen arg. and gu. a label of five 
points az. Hugo Gomom, F. 

BABETof 80 

Bany of twenty arg. and az. Bbxtk. 

BABET BBBBmbwad 

Barry arg. and az. Fitz-Ralph, oo. Berks. 
Sir Henry le Obat, JET. Richard de Obat, B. 
Aymer de Lbsignan, Bishop of Winchester, 
1250-60. Le Count de la Mabchb,(7. Mabshb. 
Monchenst. William Momohbnstb, F. Sire 
William de Moncheb si, N. Setmoub. 

Bany arg. and az. a label gu. John de Obat, B. 
Sire Randoulf de Momchensi, N, The label or. 
Sir Henry de Gbbt, 0. 

Barry wavy arg. and az. Bbownihg. Sire Nichol 
Pbbct, 0. Thomas Samfobd, 7. 

Barry arg. and gu. Bassett. Patrick de 
Chaubot, B, Sir Thomas de Moltoh, H. 
Smith-Babbt, Marbury Hall, co. Chester; and 
Foaty, CO. Cork, quartering gu. on a chev. or 
betw. three bezants as many crosses forroy fitcby 
sa. with az. a fess betw. three urchins ar. 
STUTEvnjiE. Bobert Stuttevile, IT* 

Thobnhill, Suffolk. 

Ban7 arg. and gu. a label az. Sire Huge 
Gobtoun, N. 

Barry bendy arg. and gu. Cbisfin. 

Barry indented arg. and gu. John Balub, X. 

Barry bendy lozengy arg. and gn. Quabm, Dart- 
mouth, oo. Devon; Nanoor,ComwalL Wbbhak 
or WiMEHAM, CO. Chester. 

Barry wavy arg. and gu. Piers Achabt, X, 
or Achabtb, Y, Sire Richard Abbobi, N. 
Richard Damobt, F. Nicolaus de Manfobd or 
Mabfobt, C William de Sabfobd, B. 

Barry wavy arg. and gn. a label az. Piers 
AcHABTB, r. Sire Aleyn de Goldinoham, N* 
The label gvu^ Nicholas de Samfobd, the son, B. 

Barry bendy lozengy arg. and sa. Cbisfib or 
Cbibpime. 

Barry wavy arg. and sa. Sir Johan deELCHEFFELD, 
N, Gilbert de Eixbffield, F. Sire Gilbert 
de Elmbsfeld, 0. Wabd. 

Barry wavy arg. and sa. a label gu. Gilbert de 
Elscheffeld, N, 

Bany danoetty az. and arg. Tubbebvile. 

Barry wavy az. and arg. Kenbll. 

Barry erm. and gu. Hugh de Huse, C. Hugh le 

HUSSEY, C 

Barmly gu. and arg. Robert St utkvil e, X. 
Barry wavy gn. and erm. Sir John de Laot, N, 
Barry wavy gu. and or. William Bassbt, F. 
Barry or and az. Beabbbas or Bbaubbas. 

Tbbmon. 
Barry danoetty or and az. Lovbdat, co. Leicester. 
Bany or and gn. Sir Bryan le Fitzalatb, H, 

Biyan Fitzalbtb, K, Alayn le Fitz Bbun, B. 

Sir Hugh Potbs, H, Sire Nicholas de Potbs, 

N. Bobert le Savage, B. 
Barry bendy or and gu. Bbbxinoham. 



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BAS. BABET vmuimbered.... eont. 

Barry wavy or aod go. Philip Bassbt, P. Sir 
John LovELL, H, Sire Johan Loyel, N, 
Thomas Loyell, Tichmarshe, F. 

Bany wavy or and go. a label of three points 
compony az. and arg. Sir William Loyell, JR. 

Barry or and ga. fretty arg. Hemol dela Wedb,C 

Bany bendy lozengy or and sa. Camoellob or 
Camoelob. 

Bany neboly or and sa. Blount, Milton Ross, 
CO. Leicester ; Maplednrham, co. Oxford ; quar- 
tering Ayala, Castile, and Beanchamp. 

Barry wavy or and sa. Sir William le Blound, L, 
or le Blount, N, or Blunt, B, William Blount, 

r. PONELET. 

Barry wavy sa. and arg. Robert de la Wabdb, Y. 

Richard Stapilton, F. 
Bany bendy lozengy sa. and or. Ipbb. 



BABVAOLB 

Arg. a bamade in bend sa. Babwat. 
Atg. a horse-barnacle sa. Babnack, oo. North- 
ampton. 
Aig. a horse-bamaole dosed in pale sa. Babnakb, 

V. 
Aig. a horse-bamade sa. Poylb, Castlezance, 

Cornwall. 
Az. a horse-bamaole in pale or. Hoesmak or 

HoBSEMAN, Sleaford, co. Lincoln. 
On. a horse barnacle arg. Wyatt, Kent. 
Per fess az. and gn. a horBe-bamade dosed in 

pale arg. Wyatt, V. 
Per fess az. and go. a horse-bamade arg. the ring 

or. Wyatt, Sherwell, co. Devon, and Bexley, 

Kent. 
Per fess gn. and az. a bamade arg. Wyatt, oo. 

Devon; and Kent. 

1 BABVAOLS and in ehief . . . . 
Az. a horse-bamade in pale arg. a chief gn. 

Wyott. 
Az. bezanty a horse-bamade or on a chief of the 

first three 4-foils pierced arg. Hobsxan, 

Sussex. 

1 BABHAOLB betw.. . . .and In ehief. . . . 

Az. a horse-bamade arg. betw. three plates on a 
chief per pde indented of the first and porp. 
two estoiles of sixteen points or each charged 
with a rose of the second. Hobsman. 

Az. a horse-bamacle closed in pde or betw. three 
plates on a chief per pde indented of the first 
and porp. two estoiles of sixteen points of the 
second m the centre of each a rose arg. 

HOBSEMAN. HOBSICAN, F. 

Az. ahorse bamade.. ..betw. three plates on a chief 
indented erm. three roses.... Hobsxan. 

Az. a horse-bamacle or betw. three plates on a 
chief indented per fess of the first and purp. 
three roses arg. Hobsman, Norfolk and Sussex. 

2 BABHAOIBS 

Arg. two bamades in pale sa. Babnake. 

.... two open horse-bamades .... Bbayle, F*. 

8BABHA0LB8 

Arg. three horse-barnacles open in pale ga. 
Obenoe, Fosoott, CO. Somerset. 

Arg. three horse-bamades in pde tied tightly 
gn. two and one. Donett, Renham, F. 

Aig. three horse-bamades in pde gn. tied loosdy 
or two and one. Donett, F. 

Arg. three horse-baraacles sa. Babnake, co. 
Northampton. Bernake, co. Ldcester. Wil- 
liam Bebnak, X 



8 BAKIff ACTiEB. . . .conU 

Or three bamades or brays expanded in pde sa. 

Brayle, F. 
Arg. three horse-baraacles opened at the top sa. 

Pauley, co. Derby ; the heiress m. Eyre. 
Per fess ga. and az. three horse-bamacles arg. 

Wyot. 

8 BABHAGLE8 and In ehief. ... 

Az. thr^ breys or on a chief arg. a demi lion go. 
Simon de Genevile, B, 

Az. three-horse-bamades expanded in pde or on 
a chief erm. a demi lion ramp, issuant go. 
Gefi)7 Genevile, D. Geffrey de Genevile, 
B, C, Et J. Geneville, Earl of Ulster, F. 
Sir Geoffirey Genevill, F. Gbnsvill, Ludlow 
Castle, CO. Sdop, and Trim Castle, Lneland, 
temp. Edward I ; the heiress m. 1301, Roger 
Mortimer, Earl of March; Sir Simon de 
Geynville, her nnde, a Baron in Ireland, 8 
Edward II, left five co-heiresses, m. to Cu- 
sack, Hussey, Loundres, Grays, and Delahyde. 
Geneville. Jamvile or Jantville. 

Az. three horse-bamades in pde or on a chief 
erm. a demi lion ramp. ga. crowned of the se- 
cond. Genevill. 

Az. three brayes or on a chief erm. a (? demi) 
lion ramp. gu. Geffiy Geinvile, X. 

BARRKTi tee Ton. 

BABBOW 

Sa. a hand barrow betw. nine roses or. Beabwell. 

BASKET lee alio Tan 

Az. a basket of fhiit ppr. betw. three mitres or. 
Thomas Jane or Jaun, Bishop of Norwich, 
14091500. 

Per bend gu. and az. a fish-basket weel or edpot 
in beod or on a chief az. a wolfs head erased 
sa. betw. two ogresses. Whesleb, oo. Wor- 
cester, F. 

8 BASKETS 

Az. three baskets or. Gabden. 

Gu. three covered baskets or. Augostinian Prioiy 
at Pebtney, Norfolk. 

Sa. three wicker baskets with handles arg. Sir 

John LiTTLEBOBNE, F. LiTTLEBUBY. 

Sa. three baskets taXL of bread arg. Middlbton, 
Abbot of Midgeley. 

Sa. three baskets (sometimes of bread i.«. wastell 
cakes) arg. Benedictine Abbey at Middubton, 
also called Milton-Abbats, Dorset. 

8 BASKETS betw. or within. ... 
Az. three cross baskets in pde betw. a prime 
and a catting knife in chief and an iron and an 
outsticker in base. Company of Basket- 
XAKEBs, London. 

BAT lee Beast. BATOK lee Bond, and Staft 

8 BATTEBHrCKJtAMS 

Arg. three battering-rams az. Bartet. ^ 

Arg. three battering-rams armed and ribbed or 
headed az. Berfitb. 

Arg. three battering-rams barways in pde ppr. 
headed and garnished az. Bebtdb, Duke of 
Ancaster, and Marquis of lindsey. Bebtie, 
Earl of lindsey, Baron Willoughby of Eresby, 
Lord Great Chamberldn of England. Bebtdb, 
Earl of Abington, Baron Norris of Ryoot» 
quartering sa. a shattered castle triple-towered 
arg. With due diff., Bebtie, Waldershire, 
Kent; Bebtie, Creton, co. Lincoln; and 
Bebtie, Uffington, co. Lincoln. 

Or three battering-rams az. Ebesby. 



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S BAITEBnrCkBAlIS lietw. or within.... 

Ar^. three bfttteriog-raniR fess-wise in pale ppr. 
beaded and gaminhed az. a bordare of the last 
Bbbue, Nether Hall, Essex, Baronetcy, 1812. 

BATTLE.AXS Me Aze. 

BATTTEBOLE tee Chape. 
BEACON 

Arg. a firepan sa. inflamed ppr. a crescent for diff. 
Haywood, co. Stafford. 

3 BSACOHS 

Az. three beacons or fired go. Gervis, F. 

Az. three beacons with ladders or fired gu. 

GlKTAYS, 

Sa. three beacons fired or the flames ppr. 

DAcyTRB or Dauwtb. 
Sa. three beacons with ladders or fired gu. 

DitTffT, r. 

Sa. three beaeons with ladders fired ppr. Daunt, 
Indand. 

BEADS 

Tert elereo round beads in chev. surmounted in 
tke centre by a cross pendeut to the two end 
b»id8 a tassel all or betw. three S-foils arg. 

WUBCSH. 

BEAV-€OD fee Fruit 
BEAE see Beast. 

BEAST 

'•r Beptilet tee that article, and fbr 
Fabukma-beasts tee Moxuters. 

ALAHT see Dog. 

ABTELOPE including Ibex 
Arg. an heraldic antelope go. tusked homed 

Baaed and hoofed or. Anth.upe. 
Ai. ao antelope pass. arg. attired tufted and un- 

goled sa. Buoolne. 
Az. 80 ibex ramp. arg. homed or. Steinman, 

Croydon, and Peckham, Surrey, 
iz. an antelope pass. or. Loane, Kent. 
Ennines an antelope ramp. or. EowAitos, Lalant, 

Com vail. 
Per pale arg. and gu. an antelope pa^s. counter- 

rfuuged, DiGHTON, Sturton, co. Lincoln. 
Sa an antelope ramp. arg. armed or. Habris. 

Hajuus, Cornwall, W, 
Sa. an antelope salient arg. attired tufted and 

tDAoed or. Hahris, co. Devon ; and co. Mon- 
mouth. 

APE 

Arg. an ape sejant on a heart holding a palm 
branch ppr. Va.cxt. 

Vert an ape sejant holding up the paw braced 
round the middle and chained to the sinister 
side of the escucheon arg. Apfleoh. 

ASS 

Sa. an ass arg. Assn. 

BADOEB inelnding Broek 
Arg. a badger pass. sa. Broc. 
Or a badger pass. sa. Badger. 

BAT 

A19. a bat dtspl. ppr. Staikikos. 

Art a bat or reremouse displ. sa. Bakster or 

Baxter. Baxter, Scotland. Stenynoe, 

Honycote, co. Somerset; and Suffolk. 

StEmrxoEs, Erlsome, W. 
^ a bat displ. sa. a label gu. Stainixos, 

Hooyeott, co. Somerset ; and Erlsone, Suffolk, 
w a bat Tolant gu. A tton. 
^•bat dispL rert. Atton, W, 
"J 1»eDd tmister or and gu. a bat displ. sa. 

'•m-E. 



BEABT. BEAB 

Arg. a hear sa. Beareford. 

Arg. a bear sa. with a skean piercing his back and 
coming out under his belly handle gu. blade 
az. Dritmbreck, Druml>reck, Scotland. 

Arg. on a mount vert a wild bear sa. chained and 
armed or. Kellet, Ripley, Surrey, confirmed 
1 Oct. 1550. 

Arg. a bear pass. sa. Fitz-Ourse. 

Arg. on a mount vert a bear pass. sa. Berexs. 

Arg. a bear pass. sa. muzzled or. Apulton, co. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. Bear, V*. Beare, Corn- 
wall, V. 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. muzzled gu. Oates. 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. muzzled or. Barnard, F. 
Barnard, Abbington, near Northampton. • 
Barnard, Cave Castle, Howden, co. York; 
quartering Gee. Barnard, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1738. Barnard, Bartlow House, 
Linton, co. Cambridge. Bernard, Norfolk ; 
CO. Cambridge; co. Huntingdon; Nettleham, 
CO. Lincoln ; and Nether- Winchendon, co. 
Buckingham. Bernard, Castle Bernard, King's 
County. 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. muzzled and collared or. 
Bernard, Nettleham, co Lincoln. 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. muzzled collared and chained 
or. Beresford, V*. 

Arg. a bear salient sa. Beare, Killigarth and 
Bryn, Cornwall ; the heiress m. Beville. 

Arg. a bear salient sa. armed gu. mozzled collared 
and chained or. Beresford, Beresford, co. 
Stafford ; and Bently, co. Derby. 

Arg. a bear salient sa. crowned or. Apelton 
Appelton and Appolton, Apleton, 00. Lan- 
caster. 

Arg. a bear salient sa. muzzled or. Barnard, 
Upton Leonard. 

Arg. a bear salient sa. muzzled ^ collared and 
chained or. Baybeford. * Bayrford. 

Beresford, Bentley, co. Derby, V. Beresford. 
Kent, W. 

Arg. a bear sejant ramp. sa. muzzled gu. 
Gall. 

Barry of six or and arg. a bear ramp. sa. muzzled 
gold. Barnard, Ham, Surrey. 

Or a bear pass sa. Fitz-Ourse. Fitz-Urse, V* . 

Or a bear ramp. sa. muzzled collared and lined 
gu. MiLNES, Ashford, Dunston, Aldercar Park, 
and Cromford, co Derby ; confirmed 1795 ; one 
heiress m. Gell. 

Or a bear ramp, sejant sa. Berneck. 

Or a bear statant sa. Fitzurse, V. 

Per fess sa. and arg. a bear ramp, connter- 
changed muzzled gu. Lyndsey or Lyndesey. 
Lynsey, r*. 

Per fess sa. and arg. a bear salient counter- 
changed muzzled gu. Lynsey, F. 

Sa. a bear erect arg. chained and muzzled or. 
Mylles, CO. Hants. 

Sa. a bear ramp. or. Orly, France. 

BLOOD-HOUND see Dog. 

BOAE including Hog, etc. 
Arg. a boar pass. gu. Trewarthen. Trewartheu. 
Arg. a boar pass. gu. armed or. Trewarthen. 
Arg. a boar statant gu. armed or. Thevartiieam, 

V*. Trevarthean, V, 
Arg. a boar passant .... the head gu. 

Meuric-goch, Dyved. 
Arg. a boar pass. sa. Brytaen. M*Cartuy, or 

MACcARTnY, Ireland. Pikot. 

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BOAB.... eont. 



Arg. a boar pass. sa. armed gu. Perott. 

Arg. on a mount vert, a boar pass. sa. crined or. 

Ketxet, Lota, co. Cork, Bart., quartering or a 

cross gu. in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis of 

the last. 
Arg. a boar pass. sa. enraged and unguled gu. 

Perrot. 
Az. a boar arg. Ooche. 
Az. a boar chained to a tree arg. Llwch Llawen 

Vawr. 
Az. a boar pass. or. Burbidoe. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. over all a boar ramp. az. 

BoRELANDS, Edinburgh. 
Erm. a boar pass. sa. Burbridoe. 
Gu. a boar arg. armed bristled collared and 

chained or tied to a holly bush on a mount in 

base ppr. Owen, co. Pembroke. 
Gu. a boar pass. arg. Boor or Bore. 
Gu. a bodr pass. arg. collared and chained to a 

holly bush vert. Owen. 
Gu. a boar pass. arg. tusked or. Randolfb, 

Norfolk. 
Gu. a boat salient arg. collared and chained or. 

Eyre, F*. 
Gu. a boar statant arg. armed or. Bore, V, 
Gu. a boar pass or. Baird, Auchmedden, Scot- 
land. 
Gu. a boar pass. ppr. Hennesst, Ballymacraoy, 

CO. Cork ; derived from Mao Ennis, Iveagh, co. 

Kerry. 
Or a boar pass. gu. Brattle. O'Malt, Ireland. 
Or a boar sa. Gylpin, F*. Oeldon or Oldon. 
Or a hog lying fesswise a raven feeding on his 

back sa. Danskine, Scotland. 
Or a boar pass. sa. Gilpin, Scaleby, Cumberland ; 

and Westmoreland. Gnj'iN, Bungay, Suffolk. 
Or on ground vert a boar pass. sa. Ohenloyne 

(Hibemicus Sylvestris), F. 
Or on a mount vert a boar pass. sa. Oldon or 

Olton. 
Or in a pond vert a boar pass. sa. Silvestrts, 

F*. 
Or a boar stAtant sa. Gilpin. Guylpin, F. 
Sa. on a mount under a holly bush vert a boar 

pass. arg. collared gu. Lhwarch Lhawbn 

Vaur. 
Sa. a boar pass. or. Alvey or Allvey. 
Vert a boar pass. arg. Pollard, co. York. 
Vert on a mount in base a boar pass. erm. 

O'Hanlan, Ireland. 
Vert a boar or. Boar. 

BUCK see DEE&. 

BTTFTALO, BUtX* and CALF, see Oi, 

CAMBL 

Arg. a camel passing through a ford of water ppr. 

Camelford, Cornwall. 
Az. a camel pass. arg. Camel, Bury Pomeroy, 

CO. Devon. 
Az. a camel statant arg. Camell, F. 
Sa. a camel pass. arg. Camel, Bury Pomeroy, 

CO. Devon. 
Vert a camel arg. Fallowes, co. Chester ; Earl. 

MS, 1535. 
Vert a camel or. FalloWes, Fallowes Hall, and 

Haywood Hall, co. Chester; removed to co. 

Derby; descended from Aldford of Aldford. 
Vert a camel statant or. Falwitx, Alderley, co. 

Chester. 

COKET see Hare. 
COW see Ox. 



BEAST. 



BEEB 



inclnding Buck, Boe, Hart, Hind, 

Reindeer, and Stag 

Arg. a demi buck gu. between his forelegs an 

arrow erect in pale or. Decker, London, 

granted 6 Aug. 1616. 
Per bend sinister arg. and chequy or and az. in 

the dexter chief point a demi buck sa. Primouth 

or PRIMOUT, Surrey. 
.... a stag .... Foulees, Merton, co. Flint. 
.... a buck springing or. De Rinzy, Dk Renzy, 

and De Renzi, Clobemon Hall^ co. Wexford; 

descended through Sir Matthew de Renzy, from 

George Castriotes Scanderberg ; and quarter- 
ing az. on a cross arg. five escallops gu. a bor- 

dure or. 
Arg. a buck az. attired or. Hertinoton, F*. 

Holme. 
Arg. a hart statant az. attired or. Hertington, F. 
Arg. a hart trippant az. Hertinoton. 
Arg. a field and river ppr. on the field a buck gu. 

drinking in the river. Barnevelt. 
Arg. a buck lodged gu. Griffith ap Griffin, F*. 
Arg. a stag lodged gu. Porquyn, Cornwall. 

Griffith ap Griffin, F. 
Arg. on a mount ppr. a stag lodged gu. Harthill. 
Arg. on a mount vert a stag couchant gn. 

Town of Hertford. Talland. 
Arg. a stag couchant gu. horns and hoofs or hold- 
ing in its mouth a branch vert. Llewellyn 

Ychan ap Llewellyn. 
Arg. a stag salient gn. armed or. Kirch. 
Arg. a stag sejant gu. attired or in the month a 

trefoil slipped ppr. Bowen. 
Arg. a stag statant gu. Holme, co. York. 
Arg. a stag statant at gaze gu. Gryfiydd Gwyr. 
Arg. a buck trippant gu. Holme. 
Arg. a hart trippant gu. Blythe, co. York. 
Arg. a stag trippant gu. Carte. 
Arg. a buck trippant gu. attired or. M*Carty, 

Earl of Clencare, temp. Elizabeth. M*Carthy, 

Lord Muskerry and Earl of Clancarty. 

Macartney, F*. 
Arg. a stag tripp. gu. attired or. Donel 

SIacartiemoRe, Earl of Clancare, F. Sir 

DoNicius, Ireland, F. 
Arg. a buck trippant gu. attired and unguled or. 

McCarthy, Carrignaver, co. Cork; descended 

from Cormac McCarthy, Lord of Muskerry. 
Arg. a stag trippant gn. attired and unguled or. 

Holme, co. York. 
Arg. on a mount vert a stag lodged within park 

pales and gate ppr. Town of Derby. 
Arg. a hart pass ppr. attired or. Hobyn. 
Arg. a stag salient ppr. armed or. KntcH. 
Arg. a stag statant ppr. attired or. Holme, 

Beverly, co. York, F. 
Arg. a stag trippant ppr. attired and unguled or. 

Holme, Beverley, co.York. Parkhill, Scotland. 
Arg. a stag sa. Lahr and Clettembero, Z, 871. 
Arg. a hart sa. attired or. Bardwell. 
Arg. a hart pass. sa. Hertinoton. 
Arg. a stag springing sa. over all a fret vert. 

Warnet, Hampstead, Sussex. And with a label 

of three points .... Warnet, Surrey. 
Arg. fretty vert over all a stag springing sa. 

Warnett, framfield, Sussex ; Visitation 1633. 

Warnits. 
Arg. fretty vert over all a stag springing sa. 

attired or. Warnett, Sussex, F. 
Arg. fretty vert on each crossing of the tret a 

crescent or over all a buck springing sa. attired 

or. Warnett or Warnitz, F». 



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59 



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BEAST. 

Az. a stag arg, with an arrow stuck in the back 

and attired or. Bowen, Kittle Hill, and Swan- 

sea, eo. Glamoigan. 
Az. OD a moaut vert a stag reguard. arg. 

Hekdlet. 
Az. a 8tag coachant arg. Downes, co. Chester. 
Az. OD a moont vert a hind grazing arg. Hendlet, 

Hendlej, co. Laucaster. 
Az. on a mount vert a hind lodged arg. Hendlbt, 

Hendlej, co. Lancaster. 
Az. a hiDd pass. arg. Chettlb, Suffolk. 
Az. a buck springing arg. attired or. Oethin, 

Irelaod. 
Az. a buck salieDt arg. crowned or. Gethin, 

Pejton, CO. Brecknock ; and Southweld, Ensez. 
Az. a stag standing at gaze arg. Lowe, co. 

Derbj. 

Az. a hart trippant arg. Lowe, Alderwasley, co. 
I>erby; quartering Fowne (a heiress m. Hurt), 
and descended from a younger branch of Lowe, 
Denby, and Locko, co. Derby, originally from 
CO. Chester, and quartering Bosell. 

Az. a stag trippant arg. Lowe, Derby; and 
London. 

Ai a reindeer trippant erm. Walstojte. 

Az. a stag in ftiU course or pursued by a brace of 

^ arg. all bend wise and at random. Yardle y. 

hi. a stag and two hounds courant in bend or. 

Jasdelat. 
Az. a stag in fall coarse or pursued by three 

^«jbonnds arg. all headways and at random. 

Yi£D£let or Yardley. 
Az. a buck pass. or. Stbahan. 
Az. a hart springing or. Strathallan. 
At a stag trippant or. Strachan. 
Az. a stag trippant or attired and unguled gu. 

Shachan, Teddington Qrove, Middlesex, de- 

swnded from Strachan, Thornton, co. Kin- 

cardine. Strachan, Glenkindie, ScotUnd. 
Era. a hind tripping gu. Cowell. 
Gu. a hind ooachant arg. on a mount within water 

bauked all ppr. Hindharsh. 
Gn. on a mound vert a hind couchant arg. 

Hdtdmarch. 
Git t stag statant arg. collared and chained or. 

Bois, CO. Brecknock. Williams, VelynNewydd, 

CO. Brecknock. 
Gt a stag standing at gaze arg. attired or. Jones. 
Gil a buck trippant arg. Popdn, co. Glamorgan ; 

and Scotland. 
Gi. a hart trippant arg. Lowe, Derby. 
Gil a stag trippant arg. Oor, Scotland. Davys. 

Mackhilat, Edinbui^^h. 
Go. a stag trippant or. Davidson, North Wales ; 

tmfirmed 12 June, 1580. Davison. 
Gt. a stag at gaze ppr. O'Kennelly. 

c* ***^ standing at gaze az. attired sa. 

Strachan, Thornton, Bart. 
Or a stag ramp. gu. Violette. 
Gr a stag ixmchant ppr. gorged with a collar az. 

Mereoo a mallet arg. betw, two crescents of the 

fc*t in the dexter chief point a rose gu. for diff. 

Scott, Kew Green, Surrey ; Baronetcy 9 Aug. 

Utt3. 

Gr a bock trippant ppr. Thomas. 

rer psle go, and az. on a mount in base vert a 

iUg trippant arg. Strachan, Leven, Scotland. 
«• •fctag coachant arg. Downes, co. Chester. 
^bezaaty a back in fidl coarse arg. Buckbrell, 

»• Devon. 
Sa- a bock lodged arg. Downes, Downes, co. 

Chwicr. 



BEAST. 



DEER.... cont. 



Sa. a stag lodged arg. Chorlet, co. Chester; 

and 00. Lancaster. 
Sa. a stag lodged arg. attired and unguled or. 

Downes. 
Sa. a stag pass. arg. Gwilim Twyaf. 
Sa. a buck pass. arg. attired or. Jones, Esthall, 

CO. Oxford. 
Sa. a hart pass. arg. attired or. Hedd Molwynoo, 

Lord of Uwcb Aled ; from whom descended 

Lloyd, Havod-Dinas, co. Denbigh ; Lloyd, 

Ilwyn y Maen, co. Salop ; Iolo-Goch ; and Bhys 

AP Ievan, Chwibren. 
Sa. a buck springing arg. attired or. Downes, F*. 
Sa. a stag springing arg. attired or. Downes, 

CO. Chester, V, 
Sa. a stag statant arg. Hedd Molwynog. Lloyd, 

Pale. 
Sa. a stag statant arg. armed or. Molwynoo, 

Uwch-Alid, Wales. 
Sa. a stag standing at gaze arg. attired and un- 
guled or. Jones, co. Monmouth. 
Sa. a hart trippant arg. attired or. Lloyd, 

Havod-Dinas, oo. Denbigh. 
Sa. a stag standing at gaze or. Morris, co. 

Carnarvon. 
Vert a buck arg. in the dexter chief a crescent for 

diflf. FOVTBERY, F». 

Vert a buck couchant arg. Downes. 

Vert a hind couchant arg. Peyton, co. Brecon. 

Vert a stag couchant arg. attired or. Kay, co. 

Gloucester. 
Vert a stag courant arg. armed or. Gethin, 

Gethinsgrott, oo. Cork, and Percy Mount, co. 

Sligo, Bart 
Vert a stag pass. arg. attired or. Fowbery, 

Bluntisham, co. Durham; and Newbald, co. 

York. Fowbery, co. Huntingdon. Llywaroh 

HOWLBWRCH. 

Vert a stag pass, reguard. arg. Cynvraig Vychan. 
Vert a buck salient arg. ducally gorged and 

attired or. Gethin, Ireland. 
Vert a hind springing forward arg. Felbury. 

GiLSLAND. 

Vert a hart statant at gaze arg. Enrioht. 

Vert a stag tripp. arg. in the dexu chief a crescent for 
difif. George Fowbery, Newbald, co. York, W, 

Vert a stag trippant arg. attired or. Llowarch, 
Holbwruh. 

Vert a buck or. Morris, F». 

Vert a stag or. Morris. 

Vert a buck pass. or. Moris, Suffolk. 

Vert a hart pass, or attired arg. Gelstable. 

Vert a hart salient or. Gelysalb or Gellisdale. 

Vert a stag springing or. Gilsland. Gisland. 

Vert a stag at gaze or. Souerford, oo. Stafford. 

Vert a roebuck trippant or. Morris, London, W. 

Vert a stag trippant or. Clarkeson, co. Notting- 
ham. Sparrow. 

Vert a stag pass. ppr. O'Connor, Coramore, 
Ireland. 

Vert a buck ramp. ppr. Parker, co. Chester. 

Vert a stag trippant ppr. Clarkeson, co. Notting- 
ham. Parry, Madryn, oo. Carnarvon. 

DOE Me Beer. 

BOO 

inolading Bloodhoond, Oreyhoond, Hoiind, 

and Talbot 
.... a talbot pass, or collared gu. Ashberton. 
Arg. a greyhound courant gu. in front of on oak 
tree on a mount vert. Lambert, Mount Ida, 
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BEABT. DOO cont. 

Arg. on a mount yert a greyhound pass. gu. in front 

of an oak tree ppr. Limbert, London and PariH. 
Arg. a hound pass. gu. Stiiethley, Stretly, co. 

Stafford; granted 1583. 
Arg. a talbot pass. gu. Ousi^ey, co. Stafford. 

WoLSELEY, Wolseley, co. Stafford, Bart. 
Arg. a talbot pass, gu., with a crescent for diff. 

Wolseley, Mount Wolseley, co. Carlow, Bart. 
Arg. a gre> bound salient party per long. sa. and 

of the first. De la Forde, Iver, co. Bucks, V, 
Arg. a greyhound springing per pale sa. and of 

the first. De la Forde. 
Arg. a greyhound in luU course sa. Holford, 

CO. York. 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. Moreton, Moreton, 

CO. Chester: originally Lostock, quartering 

Davenport, and Massey; of this family carae 

William Moreton, Bishop of Meath ; his son 

and heir, Sir William Moreton, Kecorder of 

London, ob. 1703. Wilijam^, Trewor^y and 

Trehane, Cornwall; the co-heirs m. Prideaux 

and Staukhouse. 
Arg. a greyhound in full course sa. collared gu. 

Morton. 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. collared or. 

HoLFORD, CO. Chester, V. 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. collared vert rimmed 

of the first. Morton, co. Chester. 
Arg. a greyhound pass. sa. Belvale. Holford, 

Weston Birt, Tetbury, co. Gloucester, formerly 

of Holford, CO. Chester, quartering Stayner, 

Nutt, and Lade; a heiress ro. Cholmondeley. 
Arg. a hound pass. sa. Suerinqton. 
Arg. a greyhound pass. sa. collared or. Holford, 

CO. Lancaster. 
Arg. on a mount vert a greyhound pass. sa. col- 
lared or. Hoi^oRD, Kilgwyn, co. Carmarthen, 

quartering Gwynne. 
Arg. a talbot pass. sa. ears and collar or. Keyne, 

Cretingham, Suffolk. And with a crescent for 

diff., Keyne, Rowlesby, Norfolk. 
Arg. a greyhound skipping in bend sa. Atwood. 
Az. a talbot arg. Hubbert, Cork, Ireland ; and 

Isle of Teneriffe. 
Az. a hound courant arg. Buroom or Bcrooyne, 

CO. Oxford. 
Az. a hound pass. arg. Burgoigne,co. Cambridge ; 

and CO. Devon. Buroon, Long Stanton, co. 

Hereford. 
Az. a talljot pass. arg. Borqoine. Bobobonge. 

BURGOIONE. 

Az. a talbot pass arg. in chief a mullet or pierced 
sa. (?for diff.) Boroon. 

Az. a talbot pass. arg. collared gu. Alberton, 
Plympton. 

Az. a talbot pass. org. collared gu. lined or at the 
end of the line a knot. Burgoyn. 

Az. a talbot siatant arg. collared gu. lined or at 
the end of the line a bundle or knot BuRG0YNE,r. 

Az. a talbot pass. or. Burgoigne. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. in chief a greyhound in 
full course sa. Mackpowdeb, co. Devon. 

Barry of eight arg. and gu. per pale counter- 
changed a greyhound courant sa. divided be- 
tween the two chief quarters silver. Skypwith. 

Barry of eight arg. and gu. per pale counter- 
changed in chief a greyhound in full course sa. 
Skipwith. 

Erm. a talbot pass. sa. Pbeston, Melton, co. 
Leicester. 

Gu. a talbot pass. arg. Combebfobd, Comber- 
ford, CO. Stafford. 



BEAST. BOO cont. 

Gu. a talbot pass. or. Chaffin or Chafin, Chetle, 
CO. Dorset. 

Gu. a talbot pass, or collared and line refiexed 
over the back sa. Keene, Ireland. 

Or a greyhound courant sa. Partrickson, Cum- 
berland; granted 1092. 

Or a talbot pass. sa. Coihiteene, Aldington, or 
Aunton, cu. Worcester. CdURTiN, Loudon. 

Or on a mount vert a greyhound statant sa. 
Stecher. 

Per bend sa. and or a hound pass, cotmter- 
changed. Stabeb. 

Per pale or and arg. a hound gu. Annelsbie. 

Sa. a greyhound salient arg. Powerton. 

Sa. a dog coucbant on a cushion or. Alaband. 

Vert a greyhound courant in bend arg. collared 
gu. studded or. Bu>me, Abergwilly, co. Car- 
marthen; Seven Oaks, Kent; London; and 
Cobham, Essex. 

ELEPHAITT 

Arg. an elephant pass. sa. Sutctjffe, co. Lan- 
caster; from the LowCountries. JohnSuxcLiFFB, 
Groom of the Bedchamber to Charles I. 
Matthew Sutcuffe, Dean of Exeter. 

Gu. an elephant arg. Elphikston. 

Gu. an elephant pass. arg. armed or. Elphinston 
or Elfinston. Eij»ikgton. 

Gu. an elephant statant arg. armed or. 

Er^HINSTON, W. 

Per pale gu. and vert an elephant arg. on a mount 

ppr. bearing on his back a castle or. Town of 

Coventby. 
Per pale gu. and vert an elephant on his back atower 

triple-towered or. Coventry, co. Warwick. 
Vert an elephant arg. Bltton, Ichleford, co. 

Hertford ; granted 16 Deo. 1769. 

FLEECE lee Sheep. FOINE lee Iltch. 

FOX 

Arg. a fox sa. enraged gu. Malston, co. Devon. 
Gu. a fox pass. or. Gave nob. 

OOAT 

Arg. a goat ramp. sa. the head and part of the 

neck of the first armed vert. De Buckton, F*. 
Arg. a goat salient parted per fess at the neck of 

the first and sa. armed vert. John De Buckton, 

F. 
Arg. a goat salient sa. attired or. Buckton. 
Az. a goat pass. arg. Gavebegam or Gaveboan, 

Gaveregan, co. Cornwall. 
Gu. a goat cliraant arg. attired or. Babwell. 
Gu. a goat pass. arg. Bageb. Bakeb, Norfolk. 
Gu. a goat pass. arg. attired or. Bakeb, F*. 

Babdwell, Norfolk. 
Gu. a goat salient arg. armed or. Bensted, F. 

Bensteed. 
Gu. a goat salient arg. attired or. M. William 

Babdwell, T. Babdwei x, Norfolk. Beawsted. 

Bbedwell, Suffolk. 
Gu. a goat statant arg. attired or. Bakeb, W. 
Gu. a goat salient or. M. William Bedwell, 

quartering or an eagle displ. vert. T. M. Peris 

de BouGHTON, S. 
Sa. a goat arg. armed or. Bokelley, Cornwall. 

Celynin, thirteenth century. Davis, Elmlej. 

Lloyd, Dolobran. 
Sa. a goat pass. arg. attired bearded and unguled 

or. Cabnsew, Carnsew, and Bokelley, Corn- 
wall, the heirs m. Prideaux and Godolphin. 

The family of Thomas, on purchasing tlio 

barton of Carnsew, adopted the name and arms 

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GOAT....eoiU. 



St. 1 goat ramp. arg. Bubton, V*. Tbethake, 

Tretbake, Cornwall. 
St. a goat ramp. ai^. aimed or. Bodleioh, V*. 
Sa. a goat salient arg. Burton, co. Devon, W. 

M^CusvEBTY, England. Trstuickk. 
Sa. a goat salient arg. attired or. Booleiqh, co. 

DeToo. W. Bolktl£y, Cornwall. 
Sa. a goat arg. attired or standing on a child ppr. 

s«addl«d gn. and feeding on a tree vert. D aVibb, 

Hope, CO. Montgomery, and Marsh, co. Salop. 
Vert a goat chmant arg. Fslbuby, North umber- 

laod. 

OBETHOXnn) see Dog. 

HAEE ineluding Coney 

.... a eoney sejant .... Duke. 

Arg. on a mount vert a hare salient ppr. Harvey. 

A2. a bare salient arg. round the neck a hunting 
horo sa. stringed go. Kineilajcd, Monkland, 
Scotland. 

Az. a hare salient arg. round the neck a hunting 
bora Tert garnished gu. Cleland, That Ilk, 
^). Lanark, hereditAry forester to the Earls of 
l^m^tas, the dencendants were settled at Laird 
Braes, eo. Wigton, Faskine, Monkland, Cart- 
nr\i, in Scotland ; Abingdon, co. Berks ; and 
B«I!nnagee, Rath'gael House, and Newtown- 
yard*, co. Down. Cleilakd. 

At. a hare courant and an eagle pouncing on it 
or. D£Ni»KiNE, Scotland. 

Ai. a hare salient or collared gu. to the collar a 
bogle horn pendent sa. Cl^veuind or 
Cletlaxd, Tapley, oo. Devon; the heirs m. 
lbbet»on and Saltren. 

Go. a hare salietit arg. Hase, Berkharopstead, 
00. Hertford. 

Gb. I bare arg. seized by a goshawk or. Denskyn, 
StoUand. 

Vartieoaeyarg. PEirHAixow,Penhallow,Comwall. 
HiBT aee Deer. HSDOEHOO see Urchin. 



BEAST. 



H0K8E....eont. 



Hm lee Deer. 



HOO fee Boar. 



HOBSS ineluding Hnle 

Go. a demi-horse arg. hoofed and maned or 
i«inog out of waiter in base ppr. Trevelyan, 
Nt;Uk«Dmb, CO. Somerset, BarL 

Go. a hone arg. armed or coming out of the sea 
party per fess wavy az. and of the second. 
TmvELYAN, Netherwitton, Northumberland, 
faaitering Thornton, and descended from Tre- 
teJjan of NetUecombe. 

G^ U»e base harry of five arg and az. therefrom 
a d^mi-horse issuant of the second maned and 
hoofed or. Trbvklyan, Cornwall. 

Per fe« gu. and barry wavy of ten arg. and az. a 
^ihorse ramp. iKsuant of the second. Sir 
WiBiam Trkvilliak, co. Devon, K. 

••*• Ahorse courant fretty caparisoned carrying a 
■ao armed cap-a-pie bearing a shield charged 
*ith France quartering England the dexter arm 
extcDdrd and holding a sword erect the pomel 
Cttteoed by a chain to the gorget over the 
bekaet a cap of maintenance thereon a lion 
■i«iaBi guard, dncally crowned .... Seal of 
iJw Town of Walunofobd, co. Berks. 

^ a hone <bay colour) pass, holding in his 
^wih a tulrp slipped ppr. Atherton, K*, it 
»» wven by Olover as a quartering of Atherton, 
Aihertoo. 

*'?. abone pass. gu. holding in the mouth an oak 
•frig vert acorn or. Ashton, Ash ton in Marker- 
Wd. quartered by Atherton ; UarL MS. 1549, 

t*.ia 



Arg. a horse pass. sa. bridled and saddled or. 

ROSTLINGS, V, 

Arg. a horse standing sa. Bromfaltno. 

Gu. a horse carrying a chevalier armed at all points 
with sword erect arg. Moncurre, Slayue, 
Scotland. 

Gu. a horse in Ml career. Hanover, Z, 871. 

Gu. a mule pass. arg. Moile, co. Devon. Moyle, 
St. Anstell'R, Cornwall. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a horse salient counter- 
changed. Spiller, CO. Wilts. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a horse pass, counterchanged. 
Spiller, Sussex. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a horse counterchanged. 
SPILI.ER, Bodmin, Cornwall. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a horse courant counter- 
changed. Speller, co. Stafford. 

Sa. a horse pasd. arg. bridled gu. Trott, TT. 

Sa. a horse pass. arg. spancelled in both legs on 
the near side gu. Percival, Lamboume Hall, 
Essex ; quartering Lockwood, Cutts, and Dow- 
deswell. Percivall, co. Hants. 

Sa. a horse upright arg. bridled or. Cabell, 
Buckfastleigh, co. Devon. 

Sa. a horse carrying a man armed at all points 
brandishing a sword arg. Nevoy, That Ilk. 

Sa. a horse carrying a man in full armour with 
halberd ppr. Arganor. 

Vert a horse thereon a man in complete armour 
in the dexter hand a sword ppr. Mauuirb, 
Prospect Hill, oo. Fermanagh ; derived from the 
Maguires, Lords of Fermanagh. 

HOUHD see Dog 

IBEX lee Antelope. LAMB see Sheep. 

LEOPABD 

Some of these are probably Lions. 

Arg. a leopard ramp, guard, az. Braytoft, co. 

Lincoln. 
Arg. a leopard pass. gu. Quarlton. 
Arg. a leopard ramp. gu. Hornb. 
Arg. a leopard salient guard, gu. Jermy. 
Arg. a leopard ramp. sa. Lincolne. 
Arg. a leopard ramp. vert. Walton. 
Az. a leopard pass. arg. Hun. 
Az. a leopard ramp. arg. Hun. 
Az. flory and a leopard ramp. arg. Holland. 
Az. a leopard ramp. arg. crowned or. Gerard. 

Orton or Ortun. 
Az. a leopard ramp. or. Etheresset. 
Az. a leopard segreaot or. Hetherfield. 
Gu. a leopard pass. arg. crowned or. Gerard. 
Gu. a leopard ramp. arg. Marney, Essex. 
Gu. a leopard ramp. arg. armed of the field. 

Astley. 
Gu. a leopard ramp. arg. crowned or. Deyley. 
Gu. a leopard pass, guard, or spotted sa. Arlote 

or Arlott. 
Gu. a leopard ramp, or collared az. Lancaster. 
Or a leopard ramp. sa. armed arg. Lincolne. 
Per pale gu. and az. a leopard ramp, with a lion's 

tail arg. collared per pale of the second and first. 

Causton, Oxted, Surrey. 
Per pale or and gu. a leopard pass. arg. armed az. 

Playse, Norfolk. 
Per pale sa. and gu. a leopard pass. org. Fresh. 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or in tho 

chief quarter a leopard aig. Besaynt or 

Besanit. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a leopard 

pass. sa. Say. 
Vert a leopard ramp, rcguard. arg. Cotton. 



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.... a demi lion ramp, couped ga. Hofner. 

Arg. a demi lion ramp. ga. Betkyne, F*. Sir 
Betkyne Denet, F. Dennet, F*. Malory, F. 

Arg. a demi lion ramp. sa. MERViKf co. Cam- 
bridge. Meryyn, CO. Wilts., F. And charged 
with a fleur-de-lis or for diff. Mervin, Pertwood, 
CO. Wilts. Mervyn, Trellick Castle, co. Tyrone. 

Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or a demi lion ramp. arg. 
Mereyall. Moremill or Moryile, France. 

Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis arg. a demi lion ramp, 
or. MoRviLE, W, Morvyle, F*. 

Az. flory or a demi lion ramp. arg. and a bend gu. 
Sire William Morele, 0. 

Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or a demi lion ramp, of 
the second. Moryile or Morenill, France. 

£rm. a demi lion couped az. collared or. Card 
or Caibd. 

Gu. a demi lion ramp. arg. DenEt. 

Gu. a demi lion ramp, erased arg. Lutwidgb. 

Gu. a demi lion erect in a tun arg. Hopton. 

Gu. a demi lion ramp. arg. crowned or. Graye. 
Green, W. 

Gu. a demi lion ramp. arg. tail forked. Stokes. 

Or a demi lion ramp. az. issuing out of a chair 
resembling a mural coronet reversed arg. 
Talstock, F. 

Or a demi lion ramp. az. in a mural crown re- 
versed arg. Talstock, F*. 

Or a demi lion issuant from a tun gu. Hopton. 

Or a demi lion ramp, enhanced double-tailed gu. 
William Maulare, E, 

Or a demi lion ramp. sa. Talstock. 

Per chev. sa. and arg. in base a demi lion couped 

gu. PiCKERNELL. 

Per chief gu. and arg. in the first a demi lion 

ramp, of the second a 5-foil of the first for difi*. 

Weldon, Cookham, Bray, and Shaftesbroke, 

CO. Berks ; and Northumberland. 
Per fess arg. and vert in chief a demi lion ramp. 

gu. GiSB. 
Per fess gu. and arg. in chief a demi lion of the 

second armed or langued az. Weldon, Kent. 
Per fess or and gu. a demi lion ramp, vert 

Wharton. 
Sa. a demi lion ramp. arg. Pulham, F. 
. . . billety .... a lion pass. Robert Hayton, 

c. 1424, brass at Threddlethorpe, co. Lincoln. 
. . . semy of d>foils slipped .... a lion pass. 

.... crowned .... John de Lisle, Lord of 

Burlee, temp. Edward III; seal F. 
... a lion pass, guard .... Town of 

Milbourneport, CO. Somerset 

... a lion pass, guard, toward the sinister side 

.... (Attributed to) William, Earl of 

Gloucester, ob. 1183, Z, 48. 

... a lion ramp Ralph Botileb, 1275, in 

Badminton churchyard. 
Arg. a lion ramp quartering per pale arg. 

and gu. over all a lion ramp , with or a 

liofi ramp , and .... a chevron .... be- 
tween three serpents erect wavy . .. tails 

barbed. Mahoney, Dromore Castle, co. Kerry : 

an old seal. 
....a lion ramp with seven qnarterings. 

Thomas Jeffry : seal, 1 Feb. 16^)5. 
.... a lion ramp holding a baton .... 

(The ancient arms of) Trevelyan, Nettlecomb, 

CO. Somerset, Bart. 
.... a lion ramp. sa. over all a bend sinister or. 

Ik^EREDiTH, Oswestry, co. Salop. 
.... crusily patty .... and a lion ramp 

Tuohet, 1301. 



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.... a lion ramp crowned .... Ksiowin, 

Penzance, co. Cornwall. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, az. debroised by a pale 
gu. Tennant. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. Sire de Ardene, A, 
BiRNELL, CO. Lincoln. Bremond. Piers 
Bruis de Skelton, Y, Piers de Brus, B, 
or de Bruys, P. Brube, Kent Courtney, 
quartering or three torteaux. Creiohton, 
Earl of Erne, quartering arg. on a chevron az. 
betw. three sprigs of laurel vert as many 
boar's heads of the first Creiohton, Crum 
Castle, CO. Fermanagh. Erne. Monsire de 
Faconberoe, F. Sir Walter de Faconbrioe, 
temp. Edward I, F, who m. a coheiress of 
Peter Brus, Lord of SkeIton,F. Falconbridoe, 
quartered by Nevill and Conyei-s, U. 
Fauconberg, temp.- Edward I. Sir Walter 
Fauconberge, I, or Wauter Faucounbebge, N. 
Le S. le Faukonberoe, S, Fauconberge, Y. 
Fauconbridge or Fawconbridge. Ferquhab 
and Farquhar, Scotland, quartering az. a si- 
nister hand apaumy arg., with or a galley sa. 
flags gu., and arg. a tree vert, over the qaarter- 
ings a crescent gu. Galloway, Lord Dunkell. 
GuNBY, F*. Hamon. Han deloe, Willi amstrip, 
CO. Gloucester. Hanlow. King, co. Hereford. 
Kylche. Lisle or Lilb. Mitchenhon or 
MicHENSON. Steedb ot Stead, Warham, 
NorthaJl, co. Norfolk; quartered by D'Oyley. 
Wandford, CO. Nottingham. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. a label of three points gn. 
Fawconberge. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. a label gu. Colvile, Isle 
of Ely. John Corvylle of Marshland, F, but 
in pencil Neyill. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. a bend oompony of the first 
and gu. Fulton. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. over all a bendlet compony 
erm. and gu. Fulton. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. oYer all a bend oompony 
gu. and or. Sir Richard Dookesey, oo. Salop, 
temp. Edward 111, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. over all a bend compony or 
andgu. DocKELEY. Dockesbt,F*. Dorksey, 
CO. Salop. Fawconbridob. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. a dexter baton compony or 
and gu. Sir Richard de Dockesseyb, N, M. 
Walter de Faconberge, Y, Sir Waultre 
Faucomberge, M. Sir Walter Fauconberge, N, 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. over all a bend gu. Aboernb. 
Augustinian prioiy at Gisborne, Giseburn, or 
Gyhburgh, CO. York. Tott, co. York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. depressed by a bend or. 
Fauconbridge. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. over all a bendlet gu. Sire 
de Ardene, i4. Gerard. Tokett or Tockette, 
Tocket, CO. York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. debrnised with a bendlet or. 
Clifton. Sir Walter Fauconbridgb, Essex, 
temp. Edward 111, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. over all on a bendlet gn. 
Uiree escallops of the field. Taylor, Dublin, IT. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. debruised with a fess ga. 
Sutton, Essex. 

Arg. billetty a lion ramp. az. Huntington. 

Arg. crusily of crosses oroslet gu. a lion ramp. az. 
MoNTFORD. Sire de Montfort, N, Thomas 
de Mountford, P. Thomas Mountford, F. 

Arg. crusily fitchy gu. a lion ramp. az. Mountford, 
CO. York. 

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BEAST. UOF eonU 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. in his dexter paw a thistle 

ppr. Oaixawat, Scotland. 
Aiy. t lion ramp. az. armed gu. Brattoft. 

CUFTOH. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. armed and langned gu. 
BsrcE, Carnock, Scotland ; qnartering or a 
saltire and chief gn. Cbichton, That Ilk, oo. 
Edinbnrgb, Lord Crichton and Viscount 
FreD<lraoght; quartering arg. a saltire and 
ehief az. over aU on an escucheon az. three 
stars arg. within a double tressnre flory coun- 
terfloiy or. Crichton, Caimes, Scotland, 
qnanering Caimes. Cricbton, Sanquhar, 
Earl of Dumfries, a cadet of Frendraiight, 
qaartering Stewart. Falconbridoe. Fitz-Rery. 
Lton, Scotland. 

Arg. a dragon vert and a lion az. crowned gu. 
eombatant Tame, Fairford, co. Gloucester. 

Aig. a viTem vert combating with a lion ramp. 
iz. crovned or. Tame, co. Oxford. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. crowned or. Fitz-Kery, 
IreUnd, F. PicKEROiO, 

Ar|!. a lion ramp. az. ducallj crowned or. 

PiCXEaiNO. 

Azg. a Bon ramp. az. crowned with a coronet of 

foop balls or. (?) Ralph de Maidstone, Bishop 

of Hereford 1234-9 ; or (?) Hugh de Mapenore, 

Kshop of Hereford 1216-19. 
Ai;^. a lion ramp. az. crowned gold depressed by a 

fess oompony or and of the second. Myij>, V*. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked az. Faconberoe, 

I^ of Shelton. Waudeford. 
Arg. a Hon ramp, doable tailed az. Wondesford. 
Ai^. a lion ramp, with two heads az. Mason, 

litlaod. 
AiJS* • lion ramp, guard, az. Braytoft, co. 

Liaeoln. 
Arg. a Hon ramp, harruly gu. and .... Hesse 

Camel. Z. 566. 
Arg. a lion ramp, cbequy az. and or. Cobeham, 

V* COBHAM. 

Arg. a lion ramp, chequy az. and or armed gu. 

COKEHAX. 

Arg. a lion .... chequy or and az. Cobeham, V*. 
Arg. a lion ramp, chequy or and sa. Sire Bauf 

de COBHAK, O. 

Arg. a lion ramp, chequy or and vert armed gu. 

'COKXHAX. 

Arg. a lion ramp. erm. gorged with a collar or. 

GnLUM, Wentbury and Minsterworth, co. 

Gkmeester, 1571. 
Arg. a hon ramp, ermines collared or. Gwiluh, 

eo. Hereford. 
Aig. a Hon ramp, ermines armed sa. collared or. 

AamxiAMs. 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. Clare or Clarke; the 

bnressm.Peake about 1400. Petit, K. Petit, 

Aidevora, Cornwall ; the coheirs m. Arundel, 

Sayer, and Killigrew. Quesnes. 
Aj|c. a Hon pass. gu. over all a pale az. Drino. 
Aff. on a mount vert a lion pass. gu. against a 

tree ppr. Pebrabo. 
Aff. a Hon pass, crowned gu. Darclinoton. 
Arg. a Hon pass. gu. crowned or on a mound az. 

cnrironed with a circle and Unsigned with a 

crosa avellane of the third. Ooilyy, Glashaugh, 

Seodaod. 
Aif'S fioo past, guard, gn. Catts. Ooilvie, 
Boyne, Scotland, Bart.; quartering Eamiston ; 
over aB ditiding the quarters a cross engr. 
M- for Sindair, Deskford. Quableton, V. 
i^-AXLroii. Qcebletoh. 



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Arg. goutty de sang a lion pass, guard, gu. Birn 
or Brin, Ireland. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. armed and langued 
az. crowned with an imperial crown ppr. 
Ooilvie, Milltoun, Scotland, certified 2 Sept. 
1779; quartering per fess or and az. a galley of 
the first masts sails and tackling ppr. in the 
dexter chief point a dexter hand couped in fess 
holding a dagger in pale gu. in the sinister 
chief point a cross patty fitchy of the last, and 
Sinclair. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. ducally gorged or. 
OonBY. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. crowned or. Sir 
Warren de Lisle, -R. Ooilvy, Lord Banff; 
quartering arg. three popinjays vert beaked 
and membered gu. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. crowned with an an- 
tique crown or. Anous, Scotland. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. royally crowned or. 
OaiLViE, Rothemay, Scotland; quartering 
Eamiston, over all dividing the quarters a 
cross engr. sa. charged in chief with a crescent 
arg. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. imperially crowned 
ppr. Grant Ooilvie, Earl of Seofield; quar- 
tering Sinclair ; second and third grand quarters, 
Grant Ooilvie, Earl of Findlater, with the 
same quarterings. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. crowned with an im- 
perial crown and collared with an open one or. 
Ooilvie, Earl of Airlie, Alyth, and Lintrathen. 
Ooilvie, Innerquharity, co. Forfar, Bart., 
quartering Ramsay. Ooilvt, Balbigno, Scot- 
land, with the same quartering within a bor- 
dure az. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. Anoas or Anoes. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. Ashley. Aslie. Atwood. 
Baldrinoton. Beamish, Cork. Beaumont. 
Blomer, Cowley, co. Gloucester. Bokemham. 
Brunfold. Buokimoham. Champney,co. De- 
von. Chetwood, V. Crammomd, Scotland ; 
quartering or a dexter hand couped fesswise 
holding a cross croslet fitchy gn., with per fess 
or and vert in chief a galley of three masts 
oars in action sa. in base a salmon naiant arg., 
and arg. a tree eradicated vert, in surtout an 
escucheon az. charged with a bend betw. three 
pelicans in their nests arg. Donald, quarter- 
ing or an arm in armour fesswise ppr. holding 
a cross croslet fitchy gu., with or a galley oars 
in action sa. flags gu., and vert a salmon naiant 
arg. DuNDAS, that Ilk. Eoridqe, London, 
and Shipdham, Norfolk. Edrik. Eoerton. 
Ettrick, High Bams, co. Durham. Ferous. 
leuam Gadarn. Gerard. Gerney, Norfolk. 
Gray, Ouchester. Haverino, co. Wilts. 
Hulton, Donington, co. Lincoln, and Parke. 
HoLTON, Hulton. IvYE, CO. Oxford, and West 
Keynton, co. Wilts. ; quartering arg. a fess em- 
battled gu. betw. three annulets sa. Jermyn. 
Jones, Nass, near Lydney, and Hay Hill, near 
Newnham, co. Gloucester. Joye, West King- 
ton, CO. Wilts. Lamare. Leoh, High Legh, 
CO. Chester; quartering Cornwall, Mortimer, 
Lenthall, Grey, and Basset Leioh, Dublin; 
certified Feb. 1677. Leioh, co. Chester, F. 
Leon, as borne quartered with Castile, by 
Eleanor, Queen of Edward I. Lyons. 
Macalsster, Loup and Kennox, Scotland ; de- 
rived from Angos Mor, of the Isles ; quartering 

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holding a cross orosslet fltchy gn., with or a 
galley oars in saltire sails furled sa. flags gu., 
and vert a salmon naiant in fess arg. 
Macai.ester, Rosehill and Ban*, Scotland, with 
the same quarterings. Macauster, Glenbarr, 
CO. Argyll, derived through Macalister, Strath- 
aird, ft'om the Lords of the Isles, with the 
same quarterings. Mac Daniel, Ireland ; 
quartering arg. a hand couped in fess holding 
a cross croslet fltchy gu., with or a lymphad sa., 
and gu. a flsh naiant ppr. McDonald, St. 
Martin's ; quartering or a hand in armour hold- 
ing a cross croslet fltchy gu., with or a lymphad 
sails furled sa., and per fess arg. and vert a flsh 
naiant in fess .... Bosville Macdonald, Baron 
Maodonald, Slate; quartering or a hand in 
armour holding a cross croslet fltchy gu., with 
or a lymphad sails furled sa., and vert a salmon 
naiant in fess arg., second and third grand 
quarters Bosville. Macdonald, East Sheen, 
Surrey, BarL, with the same quarterings. 
McDonald, Kippoch, co. Inverness, with ihe 
same quarterings. M'Lean, Ardgour, quarter- 
ing az. a castle triple-towered arg. flags displ. 
gu., with or a dexter hand couped fesswise gu. 
holding a croslet fltchy az., and or a galley sails 
furled sa. flag gu. on a sea vert a salmon naiant 
arg. M*LocHLAN. Morgan ap Meredith. 
Petit or Petyt, Cornwall. Pettit or Petyt. 
Talbot, Upper Lyne, co. Devon. Hugh de 
Torbervile, Af Uarl. 31 S, 6137, Ttirbevile, 
D, Turbebvile, E, De Turbervile, F. 
Vandernot, CO. Lincoln, quartering arg. three 
chev. gu, Verdon, co. Chester. Vinyan, co. 
Cornwall, F. Wall. Laurence Womack, Bishop 
of St. David's, 1683-6. Wood, co. Stafford. 
Thomas Wood, Bishop of Lichfleld, 1671-92. 
And with due difll, Dundas, Blair Castle, co. 
Perth, descended from*DuNDA8, Dundas, quar- 
tering Airth, Bruce, Henderson, Lauder, El- 
phinstone, Drummond, Spital, Leslie, Lord 
Lindores, etc. And with a label of three points 
az. each charged with two bezants. Beaumont. 
And with a mullet for diffl Leioh. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. McDonald, Bowie, Scot- 
land; quartering az. a dexter hand couped 
fesswise holding a cross croslet fltchy arg., with 
or a galley oars in saltire sa., and per fess wavy 
arg. and vert in base a flsh naiant of the flrst, 
all within a bordure quarterly gu. and arg. 

Arg. a lion ramp, in bend sinister gu. Vivian. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. facing the sinister side. 
VrviAN, Cornwall, V, Vinyan, Cornwall, V. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a mount in base vert. 
Vivian, Cornwall. 

Arg. on a mount in base vert a lion pass. gu. in 
fh)nt of a tree of the second. Winton, Scotland. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bar sa. three 
crosses croslet fltchy of the fleld. Colbrooke, 
CO. Devon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bendlet of the flrst. 
Sir Richard Eobaston, V, Oswalstbe, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. debruised with a baton of 
the flrst Edoebaston. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bend az. Ashelson. 
Edoebaston, co. Leicester. Eschelaston. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. depressed by a bendlet az. 
Edoebarston Eooebarston or Eooebaston, 
quartered through De Boudon by D'Oyley. 

Arg. a lion ramp, gu. debruised with a bend com- 
pony az. and or. Scharinoton or Schevinoton, 
F. Sherinoton, Shrimpling, co. Norfolk. 



BEAST. LIOJS .... eonU 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. over all a bendlet (a bend F*) 

compony of the second and or. LrsYON, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bendlet compony 

or and az. Lukin, co. Lincoln ; and co. Oxford. 

LuKiN, Dunmow, Essex. Lukin, Hythe, Kent. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a dexter-bsston 

compony or and az. Piers Lucien, Y. M. de 

LucioN, Y, 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bend compony or 

and of the second. Lucion. Lusion, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bend raguly or. 

Steward, Norfolk, V, Steward, co. Cam- 
bridge ; Stantney, Isle of Ely; Gestwait, Hesel- 

don, and Swardeston, Norfolk; and Suffolk; 

granted 10 March, 1586. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bendlet raguly or. 

Steward, Norfolk, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a bend sa. 

Branche, F«. Everinoham. 
Arg. a lion ramp gu. over all a bendlet sa. John 

Branche, Norfolk, F. FLEETB,Kent. Fleets. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a ribbon sa. 

Abernetht. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend of the se- 
cond three crosses croslet fltchy of the first 

Watton. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a bendlet of the last 

three crosses croslet fltchy of the first 

Watford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bendlet of the 

first three crosses patty fitchy sa. Gibbiks. W, 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend or three 

crosses patty fitchy .... Gibbenb. Gibbines. 

Gibbinos. Gibbins. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend sa. three 

crosses croslet fitchy of the field. Waddok, 

Plymouth. Walton, Addington, Kent Wattos, 

Adlington, Kent. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a bend sa. three escallops 

of the first Spence, Brinsten, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a bend sa. three 5-foils 

arg. Branche, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bendlet sa. 

three pierced 5-foils arg. Sir Philip Branche, 

Norfolk, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a bend of the first three 

mullets sa. Eobaston, F*. Oswalstrb, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend sa. three 

mullets or. Fleet or Flote. De Fleete, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bendlet sa. 

three mullets or. Sir Laurence de Fleete, co. 

Lincoln, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend az. three 

bezants. Bukenhax or Bqkenham , Norfolk. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a bend sa. three bezants. 

EoREVALE or Egrewall. Egrivall, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bendlet sa. 

three bezants. Sir Robert Eorivali., F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a dexter baton aa. bezanty. 

Sir Edmond Cornwaixe, L. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a chevron az. 

Harris, Ireland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a chevron or. 

Harres. Harries or Harris. Harris. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all a fess or. Rochtobt, 

Wexford. - 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. over all on a fess or three 

crosses patty fitchy sa. Calbrokb. Kilrinoton. 

Kirungton alias Colbroke, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a fess sa. three crosses 

formy or. Colbrooke. 
Arg. a Uon ramp. gu. a saltire sa. Boatfield. 



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Arg. billety a Hon ramp. gn. Sir Boger de 
BoLMEBE, N. BcufEB OF BuLLMEB. Joau de 
Sapi, E, Thomas Tubbebvile, Y, 

Aik;. semj of crosses botonny a lion ramp. gu. 

GlTFORD. 

Arg. crnsilj and a lion ramp. gn. Walter 

BuxESHuix, Y. William Giffabd, £, Y, 

Aig. crnsilj fitchy and a lion ramp. ga. Bbett, 
Loodon. Fauht or Fant, co. Leicester. 

Axg. cnisflj sa. a lion ramp. gu. William 

GtFTOMD,F, 

Arg. semj of escallops sa. a Hon ramp. go. 

(♦William Maube, A, Harl MS, 6137.) 
Arg. floiy az. a Hon ramp. gu. Thobpe, Thorpe, 

eo.Yofk. 
Arg. 1 lion ramp, holding betw. the paws a star 

go. over aU a bendlet az. Faibly, Bread, 

SeotliAd. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. holding up an esquire's 

bdmet az. Clephan, quartering arg. a heart 

gn. royally crowned ppr. within a bordure az. 

dktfged with eight buckles or on a chief of the 

fooitli three mullets of the first. 
Aig. a lion ramp, holding betw. the paws a 

hamaa heart gn. in the centre chief point a 

oeswot az. thereon a mullet silver for diff. 

DvxDis, Richmond, Surrey; and Llanelly, co. 

Cannarthen, Bart. 
Arg. OQ a mount yert a Hon ramp, looking to the 

Bluster gu. supporting an orange tree leaved 

■nd fraoed proper. De la Motte. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. unarmed or. Albone. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. armed or. Liohton, 

UliishaTen, Scotland. Macdonald, Mayderty, 

Set^land, quartering or a dexter hand couped 

ffsfrise holding a cross eroslet fitohy gu., with 

or aljmphad .... in base a salmon naiant in 

K« vert, and arg. an oak tree vert surmounted 

hj aa eagle or, 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. armed az. over all a bend 

M. Bbaxchb. 
Aig. a lion ramp. gu. armed az. over aU on a bend 

M. thrve 5*foiL» of the field. Bbakchb. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. armed and langued az. 

AsHiHBEs. Bobleshax, Stokc Ash, Norfolk, 

1716. HCI.TON, Hulton, oo. Lancaster. 

LiGHTov, Sweden, descended from Scotland. 
Aig. a lioo ramp. gu. armed and langued or. 

AsTunr. AanxT or Asteley, co. Stafibrd. 
Aig. a Hon ramp. gu. armed sa. Yyvyan, Trelo- 

■arren, Cornwall, Bart 
iif. a Hon ramp. gu. collared of the field. 

l^DKH, Berifield, co. Berks. Sir Richard 

Stadoll, CO. Gloucester, temp. £dward I, V. 
^. a Hod ramp. gu. collared or. Ashenden, V, 

Etouk)]!, CO. Devon, V. Eysseldon, co. 

IJctwi. (?SirJohndeHAyBBiNO,ff.) Rediche, 

B«dicbe,co. Lancaster; e(mfinned 15 May, 1587. 

KssDUB, Bediihe, co Dorset; Redishe, co. 

Uoeaster ; and Mayden, co. Wilts. Stackfole. 

Sr Richard de Stajcepol, N. Stakepowle 

^(UMjjoouL or Stajcepoix, CO. Gloucester, 
lif. a Hon ramp. gu. gorged with a collar or 

<kKged with throe ogresses. Ashdoun or 

Asfloowv. 

^ a Hon ramp. gn. collared and chained or. 

Amoxdex. 
^ a Hon ramp. gu. collared and chained or 

"wned with an antique crown of the last. 

Ctt, Scotland. 
^ a HoQ ruDp. crowned gu. Honsire 

^'KiiLaeToa, Y, Henry Hkbtijnoton, Y. 



BEAST. 



LIOH.... cone. 



Arg. a lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned or. 

Constable. Sir .... de Hilton, co. Lancas- 
ter, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. Bavent. 

Halton, CO. Lancaster. Hilton, co. Lancaster 

and CO. York. Hotton. Hulton, Hulton. 

LuxEMBUBO, Z, 489. Napton, CO, Warwick. 

St. Paul. Earl of Poitou, Z, 05. Hugh 

Tubbebville, y. 
Arg. on a mount vert, a Hon ramp. gu. crowned 

or. Mount, Kent Moxtnte, Kent, W, 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned with an antique 

crown or. Roche, Ireland. Sloan. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or a crescent for 

diflf. Tubbebvile, Sandford Peverel, co. Devon, 

and Beere, co. Dorset. 
Aig. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or on a dexter bas- 

ton sa. three mullets of the third. Sire Gefirey 

de Gobnewayle, 0. Jeffty de Gobnwale, Y. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. ducaUy crowned or over all 

on a bend sa. three pierced mullets or. Sir 

GeofiBry de Cobnwall, F. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or over all on a 

bend sa. three muUets or. Sire Geffry de 

CUBTENEYE, 0. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. ducaUy crowned or over all 

on a bendlet (bend F* ) sa. three bezants. Sir 

Edmtmd de Cobnewall, V, 
Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or over all on a 

dexter baston sa. three bezants. Monsier 

Symon de Gobnwale, Y, 
Axg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or over all on a 

bend sa. three bezants. Gobnwall, co. Oxford. 

De GOBNEWALL. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or over all on a 
bend eng. sa. eight bezants. Gobnwall. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or over all a bend 
sa. bezanty. Sire Edmon de Gobnewaille, N. 
Sir Edmond de Gubteneye, 0. But with a dex- 
ter baston bezanty instead of a bend, Sire 
Edmond de Gobnewahj^e, 0. 

Ai^. semy of crosses eroslet a Hon ramp. gu. 
crowned or. Sire Stevene Babbet, 0. Bbewbs, 
CO. Buckingham. Bbewes, Stinton, co. Norfolk, 
descendant of the Lords Braose of Bramber. 
Bbewbe, Suffolk. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or armed and 
langued az. Hylton, Famworth, quartering 
HalL 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. crowned and chained or. 
Ubbie. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. crowned sa. M. de 
LovETorx, y. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. on his head a helmet az. 
Glaphajc, Scotland. Glephan, Garslogie, Soot- 
land. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. enraged az. Ethbick, Earl 
of York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. incensed az. Morgan ap 
Mebedith, Lord of Tredegar, oo. Monmouth ; 
his heiress m. LlewelHn ap Ivor, Lord of St. 
Glere, ancestor of the Morgans of Tredegar. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. langued az. Abmenia, im- 
paling Jerusalem, and az. three bars arg. over 
all a lion ramp. gu. langued az. aUtieroed,HaW. 
MS., 6829, fo. 46. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. gu. langued az. holding betw. 
bis paws a man's heart ppr. Dundas, Dud- 
dingstoun. West Lothian; descended from Dun- 
das, of that Ilk; quartering Hamilton, Lynde- 
sey, Grawfurd, Dreghom, etc. And with a cres^ 
cent for diff. Dundas, Manner, Scotland. 

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BEAST. LIOH.... eont. 

Arg. a lion ramp. ga. langued sa. Vintan, Corn- 
wall, r. 

Arg. on a mount vert a lion ramp. gu. crowned or 
tail arg. Mount, F*. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked ga. W. de Bavesor, 
F. Breweb. Brewse, Norfolk, temp. Edward 
III. Haverimo. Richard de Hayerinoes, 
E. William de Havebino, Y. Monsire de 

HaVERINOE, y. MOUNTFORD, V. NOVANT, CO. 

Devon. St. Paul, co. Lincoln. Walleis, co. 

Leicester. 
Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed gu. Haterino. 

HuLTON, Bevis Mount, co. Hants., and Wrex- 
ham Hall, Norfolk. Mountford, V*. 
Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed gu. one of the 

tails coward. Walus, quartered by Danvers. 
Arg. crusily a lion ramp, tall forked gu. William 

de Breuse, Bishop of Uandaif, 1266-87. Sire 

Robert le Venour, N, 
Arg. crusily a lion ramp, tail forked and renowed 

gu. Sire Giles de Breouse, N» 
Arg. crusily fitchy a lion ramp, tail forked gu. 

M. John Brewes, 8. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed gu. col- 
lared of the first. Hayerino, cp, Dorset. Sir 

Richard Hayerino, Halton Park, V. Sir John 

Hayerino, co. Wilts, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed gu. collared of the 

first. Hayerino, V*. 
Arg. a Hon ramp, tail forked gu. collared az. 

Sire Johan de Hayerino, N. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and renowed gu. 

collared or. Sir John Bencler, Suffolk, temp. 

Edward III. F. 
Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed gu. collared or. 

Bencler, F.* 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked gu. crowned az. 

Bebo, Z, 489. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked gu. crowned or. 

St. Paul, Snarford, co. Lincoln. Luxembubo, 

Z, 318. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked gu. crowned ppr. 

Peter, Eari of St. Paul, sumamed of 

Luxembubo, Z, 407. 
Arg. semy of crosses croslet .... a lion ramp. 

tail forked .... Hayebino, co. Wilts. 
Arg. a lion ramp, guard, gu. Gattesby. Germy, 

Suffolk. Gernby, Suffolk. Horn. Horne. 

HoRON. Sir Gerarde Horun, F. Jermt or 

Jerhyn, Antingham, Merlingforth, and Wyton, 

Norfolk; Brightwell, and Stutton, Suffolk. 

Jerhyn, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. gu. Aoinal, Cresseley. 
Arg. a lion salient gu. Felbbidoe. Lighton, 

Scotland. Petit, ArdeYore, Cornwall ; the co- 
heirs m. Arundel, Sayer, and Killigrew. Petit, 

Cornwall, F. Petttf, Cornwall. Werdon. 
Arg. a lion salient gu. collared or. Eiseldon. 

Radish, co. Lancaster. Yseldon. 
Arg. a lion salient guard, gu. Jermy. 
Arg. a lion ramp, lozengy or and az. Cockham. 
Arg. a lion ramp, per fess gu. and sa. Joan de 

Loyetot, jE, or Loyetoft, F, Loyetoft, F. 

LoYETOFT Loyetot or Liyetot,oo. Huntingdon, 

and Worksop, co. Nottingham, temp. Henry I. 

De Loyetot or Luvetot, Lord of Hallam, co. 

York, in Sheflield church. Loyetost, F». 

Lovett. 
Atk* a lion ramp, per fess sa. and gu. John 

Loyetot, 7. 
Arg. a lion guard, with two bodies counter, ramp. 

per pale gu. and sa. DaYy Howell, F. 



BEAST. 



LIOV....cont. 



Arg. a lion pass. ppr. Deane, co. Leicester, IF. 

Arg. a lion pass, reguard. ppr. Smith, F*. 

Arg. on a mount vert a lion pass, reguard. ppr. 
Smith of the Exchequer, W, Smith, co. Salop, 
W. Smyth, co. Hertford ; Crednall, co. Here- 
ford; Askham, co. Nottingham ; and OYerton, 
CO. Salop ; granted 1590. 

Arg. a lion ramp. ppr. Deane, Nortonpetrach , co. 
DcYon, W. Lascye, co. Lincoln, temp. Edw. I. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, ppr. Den, W, 

Arg. on a mount Yert a lion statant guard, against 
a tree ppr. Town of Andoyer, Hampshire. 

Arg. a lion pass. purp. Deans, co. Leicester. 
Dene. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. Baldebston, co. Ijan- 
caster. Richard de Baldreston, Y, BAYouasE, 
CO. Huntingdon. Deane. Deane, Dedan, or 
Dene, Newton Patrock, co. Devon and co. Lei- 
cester. Sir Johan de Dene, N. Sir John 
Dene, co. Leicester, temp. Edward I, F. Dkne 
De Den or Dedene, co. Leicester. Sir Ro{;er 
FiTz RooER, F. Sir Robert le Fitz-Roger, 
J, y. Leon, Z, 70, 129, 179, 250, 260, 378, 
475, 499. Wood, aliat Deane. Wood, Hilt- 
wood, CO. Stafford. Skipton. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. over all a bend or. 
Sandaore. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. over all a bend Yert fretty 
or. Sandaore, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. over all a dexter baston 
vert. Monsire de Sandacre, Y. 

Arg. a lion ramp, coward purp. Amand. Boytch. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. gorged with a ducal co- 
ronet or. Story, London, 1634. 

Arg. a lion ramp. purp. crowned or. Sir John 
Clemsby, CO. Leicester, temp. Edward I, K. 
Sire Johan de Cleuisby, N. 

Arg. a lion ramp, crowned purp. Roche or Boch. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked purp. Shorey. 
Story, co. Salop. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and double nowed 
purp. Sir William Storey, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp, with two tails purp. Stubbet 
or Stury, Rossall, co. Salop. 

Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed purp. crowned or. 
Hugh Foliot, Bishop of Hereford, 1219-34. 
FoLLiOT, Pyrton, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed purp. ducally 
crowned or on the neck of the lion a crescent 
for diff. FoLLioTT, Ballyshannon, created 
Baron Folliot, 1619, descended firom Folliot 
of Pyrton; the coheirs m. Foley, Walker, 
Powell, Jones, and Baugh. 

Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. purp. St. Quintin. 
Herbert St. Quintin, Y. Ranthe. 

Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. purp. the tail reflexed 
from betw. his legs over Uie back. Debouch. 
Sir Amand de Rough, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. purp. crowned of the 
second. Eman, Windsor, co. Berks. 

Aig. a lion pass. sa. Ball, Sootco, co. Norfolk ; 
granted to Robert Balle by Cooke, W. Bsntus v, 
F*. Blunden, Bishop's Castle, oo. Salop. 
Breton, quartering sa. a mullet arg. Delafold, 
F*. JenkinLLWYD. Lempy. F*. Pynock, F*. 
Stapleton, F*. Wakefare, F». 

Arg. a lion pass. sa. over all two bills (battle*axes, 
V*) in saltire the staves gu. headed of the first. 

GiBON, F. 

Arg. a lion pass, in bend sa. depressed by a bend 
gu. (N.B. The lion above the bend only ap- 
pears.) Henr>' Cresset, F. 



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LIOH .... cont. 



Arg. a lioQ pass. sa. over all two tilting spears in 
saltire gu. beaded of the second. Gtbons, co. 
Lincftster, and Darsham, Suffolk. 
Aif . a Hon pass. sa. in the dexter paw a trefoil 

slipped TerU Blunden, Ireland. 
Aijg. a Hon pass. sa. the forefeet fettered or. 

Madoe ap Adda Moel. 
Arg. a Hon pass. sa. the forefeet disarmed. Bo- 

bert Smith, Sorrey, 1623, W, 
Aig. a lion pass, disarmed sa. Smith, F*. 
Aig. a Hon pass, coward sa. Hebw£ll. 
Aijg. a hon pass, gnard. sa. Blukden, Bishop's 
casde, CO. Salop. Hdkphrbys, Humphries, 
HnrHEis, HuMPHRTS, and Hdmphryes. 
BnipHRiES, Ham Frith, Essex, qnartering sa. 
three nag's heads erased arg. St. Quintin. 
WUUam de Stoke, F. Cadivor Vawb. 
Arg. a lioD pass, guard, tail forked sa.. Fletwick. 
Arg. a Hon pass, reguard. sa. Smith, Honington, 

CO. Worcester. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. Ap Meredith, Wales. 
AsaiT. BoROENTYN. Chitwood. Boyhjs. 
BotrcsT, Suffolk. Bbanas. Casamajob, Pot- 
terells, co. . Hertford, qnartering with sa. a 
ewwent arg. Cresst, Creasy Hall, co. Lincoln, 
lifiolioe ap Madoc ap Elis, Bishop of St. Asaph, 
W57-75. Fawconbridoe. Sire Johan de Fenes, 
N. Sire de Fienes, A ; and so Fineles, A, HarL 
M8. 6137. FiHEAUx. Foulk, Cilain and Pentre 
MoTi^an. Ftnss. Girabdot, AUestrey, co. 
Derby; quartering gu. a chev. arg. Gk)X7is» 
Banush, co. Dorset, temp. Edward II. Harper, 
K«ot. Hesston, 00. Lancaster. Huxham, co. 
Bwon. Kdcaston, Buyton, co. Salop; quar- 
tomg erm. a chev. gu. Ktnaston, Otley, oo. 
Salop: derived from lorwerth 6och, Lord 
of Jfoehnant, yoimger son of Meredith ap 
BJeddyn, Prince of Powis ; a heiress ra. Main- 
firing. Lejctbton. Lloyd, Crogen. LoMo, 
Scf^land. Lostock, quartered by Atherton. 
JCaismore. Mathew or Mathews, Hensol 
Castle, and Castle Menych, co. Glamorgan ; the 
beims m. Talbot. Mathews, Upton Grey, 
and Alton, oo. Hants. Maurice, Bryn y 

Gwahe, Barons of Pale yn Edeimion. Madoc 

8pMKREDITH,ob. 1160. M0MPE88ON. MoROAK, 

Dndelston, co. Salop. Morgan. Tredegar and 
Manehan ; t. e, Morgan ap Llewellyn (ap Ivor 
Lord of S.Clere) ap Llewellyn ap Ivorap Bledry 
*f Kadiror Tawr. Newton, Suffolk. Paske. 
PoXEJtoT, Berty-Pomeroy, co. Devon. Powrs, 
iMd Gifford. Bhys, Biig. John Fitz Booer, 
d, but Bobert, HaH, MS. 6137. Sir Herbert 
Sl Maris, L, Sempt, K. Smyth, Southwark. 
% Miles de Stafsltone, N. Sir Nicholas 
&TAPLBT0S, Q, Sir Bryan Stafleton, Carleton, 
CO. York, F. Stapletok or Stapylton, Baron 
Sc^ietoo, 1913; the heirs m. Metham, and 
Bouian. Stafleton or Stapylton, Wighill, co. 
York ; descended from Stapleton or Stapylton, 
Carltoo, CO. York; derived f^ra Miles, first 
Wd Stapylton ; a heiress m., 1783, Chetwynd. 
M. Miles de Stapulton, 5. Stapleton, Baron 
BcatuDont. Stapleton, Thorpe Lee, Chertsey, 
•a. Surrey. Stapleton, Baron Le Despencer, 
^urteriag Fane, Neville, and Spencer. 
^ApLRos or Stapylton, Myton, co. York; 
«nted Baronet 1660; descended from Sta- 
Wkoo, of Wighill ; the heiress m., 1770, 
wee, Stapylton, Norton, co. Durham; a 
*««»di of Stapylton of Myton. Vauohan, 
iH rfdlnHun , eo. Salop ; derived through Pavid 



BEAST. 



LIOH.... conL 



ap Madoc of Pentemorgan, from Bleddjrn, Lord 

of Dinmael, third son of Owen Brogyntyn, 

Lord of Edeimion, Dinraael, and Abertanat. 

Wakeford, Norfolk. Sir Bobert Wakbfure, V. 

Walkfare, Norfolk. Welles. Whitestone8(?). 

Whitson, Scotland. Williams. Wynn, Dud- 

dleston, co. Salop. Wynne, Plas Issa. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a label of one point 

gu. Baoecroft, Beccles, Norfolk, 1780. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a label of three points az. 

BoTFUST, Suffolk. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a label of three points gu. 

M. Bobert de Morlee, S, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a label of five points gu. 

BURNELL. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a dexter baton az. a 5-foil 

erm. Sire Ricbard de Eoebastoun, O. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a bend compony gu. and 

of the first. Browne, co. Chester. Fawcett. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a dexter baton gu. 

BuRNELL, Ireland, and Essex. Hue Burnell, 

E, Philip Burnell, D. Monsire de Pierpoint, 

the nephew, Y. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. debmised by a bendlet gu. 

Burnell. Fines. Wat de Gey, F, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a dexter baton or. Sir 

Bobert de Perponest, M. Sir Robert Perpoynt 

or PiERpONT, L ; and also, but a miRtake, Sir 

John de Weylande, L, HarL AfS., 6137. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a bendlet gu. three mart- 
lets of the field. Phelip Burnell, F, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all on a bend gu. three 

round buckles or. Wat de Gei, E. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all on a bend gu. three 

escallops of the field. Burnell, Ireland, F, 

and Essex. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all on a bend gu. three 

escallops, or. Burnell, Ireland, and Essex. 

Philip Burnell, E, Gayeon. Gibbon, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a bendlet gu. three es- 
callops or. Burnell. Gibbon, W. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. debmised with a fess che- 

quy az and or. Burley. Milde. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess chequy of the 

second and first. Milde. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess counter-corn - 

pony az. and or. Milde, Suffolk. Myld, V. 
Aig. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess gu. Howell 

ap Bennet. Benet ap Howell, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess engr. gu. 

Powell, Fil worth, Surrey. Ap-HowEU., oo. 

Gloucester. Powell, quartered by Davies, 

Moor Court, co. Hereford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a fess or three crosses 

croslet fitchy of the second. Kikinoton alias 

Colbrooke. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all on a fess az. three 

bezants. Purchas, co. York. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all on a fess of the second 

three bezants. Thwaytes, temp. Henry VI, V, 

Thawtts, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. debruised by a saltire gu. 

Dell. Gotisle. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a saltire engr. gu. 

GoTESLBY or Gotysby. Gotisle, V. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a saltire engr. gu. 

charged with a crescent for diff. Goatley, 

Canterbury. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. holding in the dexter paw a 

fireball ppr. Ball, co. Chester. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. holding in the paw a rose 

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Arg. a lion ramp. sa. holdiog a baton in pale az. 

WiLLISBY, F. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. supporting a ragged staff az. 

WlIiLISBY. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. in the dexter paw a tortean. 

Ludlow. 
Arg. a lion ramp. aa. holding in the dexter paw a 

ohaplet vert. Trout, co. Devon ; granted 1588. 
Arg. billetty sa. a lion ramp, of the last. Planche, 

00. Leicester. Planoes or Plaumches, oo. 

Worcester. 
Arg. billetty sa. a lion ramp, of the last crowned 

or. Planche, CO. Buckingham. Sir....de la 

Plaunche, N. 
Arg. crusily gu. a lion ramp. sa. Robert Linet 

or LivET, A, 
Arg. crusily and a lion ramp. sa. Sire William 

Bukemtksteb, 0. Thomas Hauteville, Y, 

HioHAM. Linnet. 
Arg. semy of crosses croslet fitohy and a lion 

ramp. sa. Hantvile or Handville, co. Devon 

and Kent. M. de Hautevile, Y. Levett, 

Salehurst, Sussex ; granted Dec. 1607. 
Arg. semy of crosses patty and a lion ramp. sa. 

Handvtle, Ulcombe, Kent. 
Arg. semy of escallops gu. a lion ramp. sa. Wil- 
liam Maube, a : Maxtfe, altered into Maube, 

A, Harl, MS, 6187, or Mante, D. Sir William 

Maufee, N. 
Arg. semy of estoiles and a lion ramp. sa. 

BucKMiMSTER, CO. Northampton. 
Arg. semy of fleurs-de-lis and a lion ramp sa. 

Sire William de Bocministre, N, Monsire de 

BOCKUINSTER, y. BoKEMYNSTER. BUCKHINSTER, 

Peterborough ; granted 24 March, 1&78. 

Arg. semy of 5-foils gn. a lion ramp. sa. Oerell. 
Parkville or Plerrepoint. Pierrepont, 
Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham ; created 
Earl of Kingston 1628 ; Viscount Newark, Ba- 
ron of Holme Pierrepoint. Pierrepont, Earl 
Manvers. 

Arg. goutty de sang a lion ramp. sa. Scriven, 
Stapleford, co. Cambridge; Frodesley, co. 
Salop; and co. Worcester. 

Arg. goutty de poix and a lion ramp. sa. Jake de 
la Plance, O, Delaplanch, co. Buckingham. 

Arg. semy of mullets gu. a lion ramp. sa. 
Pierrepont, Earl Manvers. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed az. Honston, co. 
Lincoln. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed gu. Sir Nicholas 
Stapleton, Y. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. Madoc 
ap Meredith, last Prince of Powys-Fadoc; 
and his son Owen Brooyntyn ; from the latter 
descended, using the same arms, besides 
HuoHESyGwerclas; Li.oYD,Dolygles8yn; Lloyd, 
Crogen; Morris, Pale, the heiress m. Lloyd; 
Branas, Branas ; Foulke, Gilan ; Owen, Plas 
Issa, the heiress m. Lloyd ; the Barons of Cro- 
gen and Branas, the heiress m. levan. Baron of 
Kymmer ; Rhys, Baron of Rug, the heiress m. 
Salusbury; Maesmor, Maesmor, the heiress 
m. Morris; Wynn, Pentre Morgan; (fJohn 
Wynne, Bishop of St. Asaph 1715, Bath, etc., 
1727-48); Vaughan, Duddleston; and Lloyd, 
Ebnal; the Barons of Cyniark, the Barons 
of Hendwr; and Lloyd, Tyfos. Hughes, 
Gwerclas in Edeimion, co. Merioneth, and Pen- 
y-Clawdd, co. Denbigh, quartering Cilin ap y 
Blaidd Rhudd ; Madoc, Lord of Mawddwy ; 
Klystan Glodrydd; Tudor Trevor; levan ap 



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Llewelyn ; Howel, Lord of Nannau ; Philip ap 
Uchdryd ; Ednowen ap Brad wen ; Vychan ap 
Llowarch Goch ; Rogers ; Cadivor ap Gwaeth- 
voed; Tudor ap Griffith Vychan; Rhys ap 
Tudor; Llewelyn ap Griffith; Philip ap Ivor ; 
Griffith ap Sir Howel ; Hwfa ap Kendrig ap 
Rhywalon ; Howel ap leuaf; Llewelyn apYnyr; 
Sannde Hardd ; Owen Gwynedd ; Eledyr ap 
Rhys Sais; Kendng Sais; Marchweithian ; 
Llewelyn Anrdorchog; and Trahaem; a 
heiress m. Lloyd. Madoc ap Jevan. Llotd, 
Glansevin. Lodlow. Mowat, Balqnhollie, 
Scotland. De Monte Alto,1 252. John Ap Rhys, 
Saeth Marchog-yn-Eideimion, co. Merioneth ; 
derived from Griffith Goch, son of Rhys-ap- 
levan, Baron of Kymmer, Crogen and Branas, 
in Eideimion ; the heiress m. Salusbury. 
Idio Wylt, before 1100. Lloyd Wiujams, 
Gwemant. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed or. Baoecboft, 
Bexwell, Norfolk. Morley or Morle, Morle, 
Norfolk. Burnell. Lovell. M*Donaij), Stel- 
len, quartering az. a dexter hand ppr. hold- 
ing a cross calvary patty sa., with arg. a galley 
erm. in the sea vert oars in saltire and sails 
furled sa., and per fess wavy arg. and vert in 
base a salmon naiant ppr. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. hmgued gu. armed and 
unguled or. Monsire Nicholas Stapleton, Y. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed or langued gu. 
Farquhar, Momie, Scotland, quartering az. a 
sinister hand in pale couped arg., with or a 
galley and .... masts and tackling sa., and .... 
an oak tree vert. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. collared or. Denton. 
Wyrrall, Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. gorged with a ducal coronet 
or. Lincolne. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. collared and chained or. 
Aheredith, CO. Devon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. gorged with a collar and 
chain affixed thereto reflexed over the back or. 
Meredith, Radnor, Wales ; granted 1574. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chain 
reflexed or. Amerdley. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. collared and lined or. 
Phillips, Yeovil, co. Somerset Philups, 
Netley, co. Salop. 

Arg. a Uon ramp. sa. ducally gorged (? gu.) and 
chained or. Phimpps, Penty Park, Dale Castle, 
and Mabws, co. Pembroke. Phiupps, Picton 
Castle, CO. Pembroke ( derived from Cadivor 
Yawr") ; created Baronet 1621, and Baron Mil- 
ford, 1776. Philtpps, Brides Hill, co. Pem- 
broke ; descended from Philipps, Sandyhaven. 
Phillipps, Middle Hill, oo. Worcester, Bart., 
27 July, 1821. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. ducally crowned gn. Owen.* 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned gu. Bkauchamp, 
Essex. MiDLAME. Powell. Rochford, Z, 
487. Sir Herbert de Shareis or Desmabeys, L. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. ducally crovmed or. 
Lluellyn, South Withiam, co. Lincoln, 1654. 
Morgan, Arkston, co. Stafford. Morgan, 
Blackmore, co. Hereford ; granted 27 May, 1602. 
Morgan, St Bennet Finck, London ; author of 
the Sphere of Gentry, oh. 27 March, 1693. 
Segrave, Sealford, co. Leicester. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned with an antique 
crown gu. Rhys Grug, South Wales. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or. Ashley, Iiowesby , 
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Edward I, V, Sir Edward Bitrnell, I; 
OT BusNSL, N. Sir Nicholas Bubnell, V. 
Phifip BuKKELL, G. The Barons Bubnell. 
Hkslikoton. William de Morle, G. Sir 
Boben de Morle, 0. Syr Roberte Morlbt, Q. 
Le Sire de Horlet, 8. Le Sire Morley, T. 
HoKLET, DrozfordiCO. Hants, co. 1670. Moblet, 
Norfolk. Powell. Salisbury. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. dncally crowned or over all 
three bars gemel gn. Fairfax, Fowlington and 
Walsinghani, Norfolk ; and Setton, co. York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. dncally crowned or over all 
a fess cbeqnj az. and gold. Willock. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or over all a fess 
eonnter-oomponj az. and gold. Midlesivs. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. dncally crowned gold 
over all a fess connter-componj az. and or. 
Wdlloce, V. 

Aig. billettj or (? az.) a lion ramp. sa. crowned of 
the second. Delaplakch, co. Buckingham. 

Arg. biUety aod a lion ramp. sa. crowned or. 
Sire .... de la Plaunche, N, 

Arg. 1 lion ramp. sa. crowned or armed ga. Syr 
Boberie Morlky, Q. George Mobley, Bishop 
d Worcester, 1660, Winchester, 1662-84. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned and armed or. Le 
Sire de Mobleys, F. Mdbley or Moble, 
Mode, Norfolk. Fitz-Reby, Ireland. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. collared chained and ducally 
crowned or. Phillips, London, 1634. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. collared and crowned or. 
Babel, in Brodsworth church, co. York. St. 
GzoBos, in fidelton church, co. York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. surmounted by an esquire's 
behnet and chained or. Philtjps. 

Aig. a lion ramp. sa. langued gu. Dundas. Sir 
Kieholas Stapleton, Q. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. head paws and end of the 
t«l of Uie field. Sir Nicholas Williams, Ed- 
winsford, C€*. Carmarthen ; the heiress m. Ham- 
lya. WnJXAXS, Lee, Kent ; and Carmarthen ; 
derived from Williams of Edwinsford. 

Arg. a bon ramp. sa. the tail introverted the head 
paws and brush of the tail of the field. Lloyd, 
Olanseven. co. Carmarthen ; descended lineally 
from Idio Wyllt, Lord of Llywel, co. Brecon, 
son of Sothrie, Lord of Desmond in Ireland. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. sa. the head paws and half of 
the tail ash colour. Gwilt, Gwyllt or Wyllp, 
Idio, South Wales. 

Aig. a lion ramp, the tail elevated and turned 
over the head sa. Buxton, Shadwell, Norfolk, 
Bart. 

Arg. a lion ramp. aa. tail forked or. Molant. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. Baoecboft, 
Norfolk. Sir Thomas Babynton, temp. Ed- 
ward II, r. Sir William de Cbesci, N. Sir 
WiQiam Cresct, I. William de Cbesse, E, 
Cesssi, in 31ilton church, co. York. Cbessy 
or Ckeswick, Birken, co. York. Sir William 
CsEsrr, Esaez, temp. Edward III, F. Thomas 
Cbzcy, hut in a later hand '* roodo Clifton de 
HoDflocKS," F. Monsire de Cressie, Seigneur 
de Hodeaake, F. Sir William de Morley, H. 
Havesijio. Sir Rafe de Stanlade, L, or 
Staxlow, L. Stanlow, co. Stafford. 

Azg. a Hon ramp, double tailed sa. Barrbnkton, 
CO. Leieeater. Cbessy, F*. Monleret. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed sa. 
Staxzaw, eo. Stafford. 

Atg. a Bon ramp, tail forked and renowed sa. 
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Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and double nowed sa. 

Sir Raufe Stanlawe, co. Stafford, temp. Ed- 
ward I, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a label gu. Sire 

Roger de Crescy, N. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a label of three 

points gu. Sir Roger de Cressy, co. York, F. 
Ai^. a lion ramp, double tailed sa. a label of three 

points gu. Cressy, F*. 
Ai^. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a bendlet com- 

pony of the first and second. Bavent. 
Ai^. a lion ramp, double tailed sa. armed and 

langued gu. Cressey or Cressie, temp. Hen.II. 

Cressy. Newton, co. Chester, and co. Oxford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. taU forked sa. collared or. 

Denton. 
Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed sa. gorged with a 

chaplet or. Newton. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. crowned or. Sire 

.... de MoRLEE, N. Sir Robert de Morley, F. 

Morley, Norfolk. Stanlaw, co. Leicester. But 

double tailed, Morley, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp, guard sa. Cadivor Vaur. 

LiNCOLNE. Protheroe Prytherch or Ap 

Rhydderch, Dolwilym and Plas Landra, co. 

Carmarthen, and Bristol. 
Aig. billetty sa. a lion ramp, guard, of the second 

crowned or. Delaplanch. 
Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. sa. Hewes or Hues, 

Bromham, co. Wilts. Jenkin, Folkestone, co. 

Kent, descended from the Jenkins of the north. 

Jenkin, Minster, Kent. Jenkin, Stowling 

Court, Kent, and Warbleton and Burwash, 

Sussex. Mathew or Matthew, Castle-Mangoh, 

CO. Glamorgan. St. Quintin. Herbert St. 

Quintin, F. Meredith, Crediton, co. Devon. 
Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. sa. langued gu. Price, 

Glangwilly, co. Carmarthen; quartering sa. 

semy of 3-foils, . . . ., with sa. a boar pass, arg., 

az. a wolf ramp. arg. armed and langued gu., i«a. 

three scaling ladders betw. the upper ones a 

spear's head ai]g. its point embrued on a chief 

gu. a tower triple-towered of the second, and 

gu. a chev. betw. three roses arg. 
Arg. a lion salient sa. Altham, Essex. Ellereck, 

FelBBIDOE. HoNSTON, F*. HoNTSTON, CO. 

Lincoln, F. 
Arg. a lion salient tail forked sa. Clifton, Hod> 

stock. 
Arg. a lion sejant sa. Meogison. 
Arg. a lion ramp, vair with a . . . . Monsire de 

Caltoft, F. 
Arg. a lion pass, vert armed gu. Touch. 
Arg. a lion pass, reguard. vert. Sherborne, 

quartering vert an eagle volant arg. armed or. 
Arg.a lion ramp. vert. Bugoe, Scotland. Bulbeck. 

Creeton. Jones, co. Salop. Lyon, Appleton 

Hall, CO. Chester; quartering Fairclough. 

Lyons. Robsert. Roseberry. Sherborne, 

Ribleton, co. Lancaster; quartering vert an 

eagle displ. of the first. Sherburne, Stonyhnrst, 

CO. Lancaster, Bart.; the heiress m. Weld. 

Sire Johan Spring, N, Sir John Springs, co. 

York, temp. Edward I, F. Touch, Uiat Ilk. 

Walton, co. York. 
Arg. a lion ramp, vert a label gu. Senton. 
Arg. a lion .... tail forked vert crowned or. 

Hindharsh or Hendmabsh, Kent. Hindkabsh 

Hendmabsh or Hyndmabsh, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion romp, guard, vert. Cotton. 

Shebbobne ; quartering vert an eagle displ. of 

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Arg. a lion ramp, guard, vert crowned or. 

HiNDMABSH. 

Arg. a lion ramp, gnard. tail forked vert crowned 
or. Hendmarsh, Kent. 

Arg. a lion salient vert armed gn. Touch. 

Az. a lion pass. arg. Ltbamd. Paorave, W, 
Palorave, V, Palorave, quartering Marasse. 
Ithel Vyohan. 

Az.a lion pass. arg. crowned or. Eberstein,Z,871. 

Az. a lion pass, gnard. arg. Sir Guy de Astlet, 
V, Blomfield or Bloomfield. Hun. 

Az. semy of crosses oroslet or a lion pass, gnard. 
arg. AsTLEY. Robert Astelet, F. Monsire 
de AsTLT, y. Sire Robert de Dalton, 0. 
Monsire Henry de Holland, F. 

Az. semy of crosses bottony or a lion pass, re- 
gnard. arg. Astlet. 

Az. semy of escallops .... a lion pass, gnard. 
arg. Sir Richard de Houtj^und, 0. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. Allte, Tewkesbury, co. 
Gloucester. Alye, co. Gloucester. Arnold. 
Athwat. Atlee, V. Atlee, Sussex. 

AucHTERTx>NY, Kelly, Scotland. Cadrod 
Calchfynedd. Gadwoan, Ystrud Flur. 
Champney. Baron Goedmore. M. John 
Golvyle, S. Gocell, East Somerton. Grew, 
Nantwioh, Pulcroft, Holt, and Aston, co. 
Chester. Nathaniel Grew, Baron Crewe of 
Stene, co. Northampton, Bishop of Oxford, 
1671, Durham, 1674-1722. Grew, Grew, co. 
Chester. Grew, Durham. Crewe, London. 
Cadwgan ap Grono. Harpur-CREWE, Gauike 
Abbey, co. Derby, Bart., quartering Harpur. 
Hetherfield or Hethersett. M. Henry de 
Heton, S. Orton or Horton. Hiatt. 
Kynnerslby or Kynnardsleye, Loxley, co. 
Stafford. Lamont or Lamond, Scotland. Love. 
M'DowALL, Garthland, Scotland, 1630. 
M*DowALL M'DouoALL M*DuoALL or M*OUL, 
Lord of Lorn ; quartering or a lyraphad sa. 
with a beacon on the topmast ppr. Mackneit^ 
Scotland; quartering arg. a sinister hand 
couped fesswise in chief in the base wavy az. 
a salmon naiant of the first, with or a galley 
oars in action gu. on a chief of the last three 
mullets of the first. M*Neil, Fear Fergus, 
Scotland, with the same quarterings. Maude. 
Viscount Hawarden ; quartering arg. three bars 
gemel sa. and over all a lion ramp. gu. charged 
on the shoulder with a cross crosslet fitchy or. 
Roger de Mohant, O. Monhaet. Monhault, 
CO. Lancaster. Sir Roger de Monhalt, Lord 
of Hawardin, V. Monhault, an escucheon to 
Stanley, Earl of Derby, U. Montalt, Baron 
to the Earl of Chester, and of Montalt Castle, 
CO. Flint MoNTHALT. Roger de Monthalt, 
B, or MuNHAUT, D, or Monhaut, E, or 
MuNHAUTE.I. Sir Robert Mohaut, H. Robert 
de MoNTAUT, K, or Mouhaut, F, N^ or Munhaut, 
Y. Muhant. Ochterlony, quartered by Lyon. 
O'Keefe, Mount Keefe, co. Cork ; quartering 
gu. a knight on horseback ppr., with or a pea- 
cock in pride ppr., and vert three lizards or. 
John de Orton, Y. Palorave, Norwood Bar- 
ningham, co. Norfolk. Pikenhau. Powell. 
RoBSERT. Rochfort, Ireland. Richard de 
Willes, F. Yenn, London. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a label of three points gu. 
CoLviLE, F*. Sir Geffrey Colvill, co. Leices- 
ter, temp. Edward I, V. Glanfield, V. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. on a label of three points 
gu. nine bezants. Govell, London. Cowell. 



BEAST. UOH .... cont, 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a label of four points gu. 

COLMERLEY Or COLMERBY. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. in chief a label of five points 
gu. Aoluite, quartering or three chess rooks 
gu., with arg. on a fess az. three bezants. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. and label gu. Sire Gefirei 
de Colevile, N. Colvile, oo. Cambridge, and 
CO. Lincoln. Gouell, East Somerton. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a label or. John 
Munhaute, Y, 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend compony of 
the last and gu. Beaumont. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a beod compony erm. 
and gu. Beaumont. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all abend gu. Boyland, 
Suffolk; quartering sa. an eagle displ. arg. 
Colvile, Suffolk. Colvill, V*. * 1)onewill, 
Ireland. Gerard. He yland, Suffolk. Wayland, 
Kent. Wayland, K*. Sir John Wetland, L. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bendlet gu. Sir 
John Colvill, Suffolk, V, Sir John Wayland, 
Suffolk, temp. Edward III, V. Roger de 
Welonde, E, 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a dexter baston gn. 
Sir John Weyland, L. Monsire de Weland, 
Y. Sir Johan de Weylande, N, Roger de 
Welonde, E, The baton or, Sire Richard de 
Weylande, N, 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a bend indented gu. Tirrell, 
CO. Hereford. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a bendlet ( a bend, 
V* ) gu. three escallops of the second. Taylor 
of the north. W. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bendlet or. 
Weyland, Suffolk. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a fess per pale arg. 
and gu. Walshe. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a fess or three 
roses gu. Harward, Merrow, Surrey. 

Az. a lion ramp, with two heads arg. holding betw. 
the paws a crescent or. Mason, Beel-House, 
CO. Berks, qaftrtering Pomeroy. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. supporting with the fore- 
paw a cross formy fitchy or. Pegkingham. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. wielding a sword of the last. 

JULIEN. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. brandishing in each of the 
forepaws a Hword ppr. Hertioan. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. resting his dexter hindfoot 
on the letter H. Town of Horsham, Sussex. 

Az. billety and a lion ramp. arg. Grajcmeb, 
Ware, co. Hertford. 

Az. crusily bottony a lion ramp. arg. Braytoft, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Az. semy of crosses croslet a lion ramp. arg. 
Braytoft, co. Lincoln. Holland. Howland. 
Dalton, Croft. Kinersley, co. Stafford; 
and North Cleobury and Badger, co. Salop. 
KiNARDSEY. Richard deKiNARDSLEi£,£. Sire 
Huge de Kynardesle, N. Kynardebeye. 
Kynnersley, Leighton, co. Salop. 

Az. crusily or a lion ramp. arg. Monsire de 
Dalton, Y. 

Az. semy of crosses croslet fitchy or a Hon ramp, 
arg. Dalton, Myton, co. York. 

Az. semy-de-lis and a lion ramp. arg. Holland, 
Weare, Shipwash, and Upcott Avenel, co. De- 
von; the heiresses m. Coham. Sir John 
Holland, Quidenham, Norfolk, Bart., 1730. 
Sir liobert Holland, J. Pole, Shute House, 
CO. Devon, Bart. Poole Pole or Pull, co. 
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Az. semy of fleora-de lis a lioD ramp. arg. over 
all t bend gn. Holland, London. 

Az. s«m.T of fleurs-do'lis or a lion ramp. arg. 
Daltom, CO. Lancaster. Meverell. Pole- 
Welleslet, Baron Maryborough; quartering 
Welksley and CoUey. Robert Pull, alias 
Poole, Lord of Barretspoole, 1280. Sir James 
Poole, of Poole ; baronetcy 1677 ; the heiress 
BL Blenoowe. 

Az. a dragon ramp, or and a Uon ramp. arg. com- ' 
baiant Danney or Dancy. 

Az. 1 lioD ramp. arg. armed and langned gu. 
BocHTORT, Westmeath, Ireland, temp. Henry 
IL Bobert Rochfobt, Chief Baron of the Ex- 
chequer, 1707, from whom descended Rochfoet, 
GaoLitown, Earl of Belvedebe ; and Rochfoet, 
Clogrennan, co. Garlow. 

Az. semy of crosses croslet or a lion ramp. arg. 
Uogoed and armed gn. Kinabdisley. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. collared gu. Domville, co. 
Salop. Domville, Templeogue, and Santry 
HoQse, Dublin, Bart. Doxyile. Domyill, F. 
DniviLLorDoDiiviLi.. Domville, F*. Gebabo, 
Oewood, CO. Chester. 

Ax a HoQ ramp. arg. gorged with an antique 
oovn or. M*Dowall, Logan, Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an eastern co- 
ronet or. Macdonald, Scotland. 

Az. a sea in base in it a rock ppr. on which 
stands a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an open 
crown or. M^Dowall or M*Douoall, Garth- 
land, Scotland, 1004. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an open crown 
or holding betw. the paws a man's heart ppr. 
U^Dowall, Stodridge, Scotland. 

Az.a limi ramp. arg. collared sa. Lokyeb, Much 
WeoJock. 

Az. a Uon ramp. arg. maned or collared sa. 
Jjisroi, Idbuzy, co. Oxford, and co. Salop. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. Alan, Gallo- 
ws. Alain, Sire de Galloway, Y, Allan, 
Scotland. Armeny. Dalton, co. Lancaster. 
Daikell. Degalloway. Douglas, Duke of 
Booglas, the lordship of Galloway ; quartering 
AbeniMhy, Wish art, and Stewart, over all an 
eacoebeon of pretence for Douglas. Douglas, 
Biidgeford, Scotland, with the same quarter- 
ings within a bordure indented or. Ebebstein, 
iT, 871. Le roy d'£Rif£NY, Y. Galaway. 
Fregusios, Sire de Galloway, V» M*Dowall, 
Ganblaod, Scotland, 1661. Mobetille. Obton, 
1730. TBEor8ics,K». Sir Waller Wentwaoe,Q. 

Az. enualy i&tcbj or a lion ramp. arg. crowned of 
(be second. Salibbuby. 

Az. a Uon ramp. arg. gorged with an antique 
cnivn and imperially crowned or. M^Dowall, 
Fnrogh, Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. the tail .... Monsire de 
Bacj(E,r. 

Az. a boo ramp, tail forked arg. Atlex, Sussex. 
Moxhaclt, CO. Lancaster. Payne, quartering 
giL a crow flory or. 

Az. a bon ramp, tail forked arg. armed and 
erowned or. Pechey or Peache, Chichester, 
Sussex. 

Az. a bon ramp, tail forked arg. crowned or. 
CfeosBwxLL. John de Cboxwell, K, 

Az. a boa ramp, gnard. arg. Robert de Dalton, 
r Hcv or I^nivB, Essex and Kent ; granted 
^ Sept 157^ Leb, Fitohworth, Sussex. 
PijvixL. Tbobnes, Edge, afterwards Shelvock, 
<».Salop. 



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Az. semy of crosses croslet a lion ramp, gnard. 

arg. Dalton, Thumham, originally of Bisp- 

ham, CO. Lancaster; the heiress m. Hoghton. 

Dalton, Curbridgo, co. Oxford, afterwards 

Stanmore, Middlesex. 
Az. crusily or a lion ramp, guard, arg. S. Robert 

Dalton, Q. 
Az. semy-de-lis and a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

Holland, Quidenham and Harleston, co. Nor- 

folk. Sir Robert Holland, L, or de Holand, L, 

HarL MS, 6137, or de Hoylande, N. Sir 

Thomas Holland, Q. M. John de Hollands, £f. 

Otes and Thomas Holand, S, Henry de 

Holand, Y. The original coat of Holand, 

Earl of Kent, and Duke of Surrey, Z, 205, 217. 
Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis and a lion ramp, guard. 

arg. over all a bendlet (bend V.* ) gu. Holland, 

Denton and Cliston, co. Lancaster, F. Holland, 

Sutton, F. 
Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

on a bend gu. an ostrich feather of the second 

betw. two bezants. Holland, London, ^rant^d 

18.. 
Az. semy of 5-foils a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

Holland. 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. the feet gu. Hum,' F. 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. armed gu. Ham. 
Az. crusily or a Uon ramp, guard, arg. langued 

gu. S. Robert Dalton, Q. 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. crowned or. Gebabd. 

HoRTON. John de Orton, F. Orton or Ortun. 
Az. crusily a lion ramp, gnard. arg. crowned or. 

Dalton, co. Lancaster ; quartering barry of six 

arg. and oz. in chief three lozenges gu. 
Az. semy of fleurs-de-lis and a lion ramp, guard. 

arg. langued gu. Sir Thomas Holland, Q. 

Sir Oiths Holland, Q, 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, tail forked arg. crowned 

or (another adds, langued gu.). Sir Walter 

Wetwagb, Q, 
Az. a lion ramp, reguard. arg. Loyd. 
Az. a lion ramp, reguard arg. crowned or. Calton, 

Catsworth, co. Huntingdon. 
Az. semy-de-lis or a lion ramp, reguard. arg. 

Dalton, Norroy King of Arms, 1553. 
Az. a lion ramp, barry of six arg. and gu. 

Hulton. 
Az. a lion ramp, chequy arg. and gu. Richard 

WiKEs, E. Wykes. 
Az. a lion ramp. erm. Abmeny. Bbompton, 

Norfolk. Sr. Fitz-Simon, co. Leicester, temp. 

Edward III, F. Sr. Rauf Fitz-Simon, N. 

Fitz-Symond, CO. Lincoln. Sr. de Gerard, co. 

Lancaster, F. Monck, Newcastle- on -Tyne. 

Urryen. Urwyn. 
Az. crusily or a lion ramp. erm. Johns. 
Az. fretty arg. a lion ramp. erm. collared gu. 

supporting a pillar of stone ppr. Clulow, 

KcMngham, Sussex. 
Az. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or. Fttz-Gerard, 

CO. Lancaster. Gerard, Bromley, co. Stafibrd. 

Gerard, Etwall, co. Derby. Peach or Pechey, 

Kent. 
Az. a lion ramp. erm. dncally crowned or. Jarrett, 

Camerton Court, co. Somerset ; quartering 

Stephens, and Ridley. 
Az. a lion ramp, double tailed erm. Pbeoh, F*. 
Az. a lion ramp, tail forked erm. crowned or. 
Gerard. Peche, LnlHngstoue, Kent. Gilbert 

de la Peche, Baron, IS Edward II ; the heiress 

m.Hart. M.John Pbeche, 5. Sir John Peecb, 
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Az. a lion ramp, guard, erm. Gerabd. 

Az. a lion ramp, erminois dacally crowned or. 
DuBELL, St. James's Westminster; confirmed 
10 Sept. 1771. 

Az. a lion ramp, lozengy arg. and gu. Wtkes, 
Morton-Jeffirey, co. Hereford. 

Az. a lion or and a dragon arg. erect and com- 
batant. Damcet, CO. Berks. 

Az. a lion pass. or. Llewelyn Aur-Dorchoo, 
(with the Golden Torques) Yale. Bromfield, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1637. Loane, Kent. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, or. Astley. Beeminster. 
Bromfield, CO. Stafford ; from Wales. Sir John 
Bromfield, Suffolk Place, Southwark, 1730. 
Llewellyn Aur Dorchook, Yale, Wales. 
Thompson, Loudon, 1730. John Thomson, Au- 
ditor to Queen Elizabeth, W, Thomson, Shal- 
field, Essex ; and co. Lincoln. 

Az. on a mount yert a lion pass, guard, or. 
Fitz-Aer. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, coward or. Hanmer, 
Porkington, co. Salop. 

Az. a lion ramp. or. Agar, Ireland, and 
Granbam Hall, Essex. Beckinoham, 1730. 
Bellesine. Brampton. William le Breouse, 
A. Brewse. Browne. Ghampnet. Gheese, 
Ridgeboume, and Huntington, co. Hereford; 
quartering Watkins. Gosyn, co. Dorset. 

J) AKREUMfHarLMS .01^7. Diddier. Dillinoton, 
CO. Hants. Ethersall, co. Lancaster. 
Fitz-Symond. Foster. Garsey. Gerard. 

GrASAY or GRASSEY. HaMPNES. HETHEteEU). 

Hothersell. Huohes, East Bergholt, Suf- 
folk, Bart. Hughes, Wells, co. Somerset. 
Ivan. Lloyd, Wales, and Maryland. Lloyd, 
CO. Hants. Meredith, Pentrebyohan, co. Den- 
bigh ; derived from Hugh Meredith, of Wrex- 
ham and Pentrebychan. Meredith, Stansley, 
00. Denbigh, and Leeds Abbey, Kent; de- 
rived, through Meredith ap David, of Alington, 
from Eunydd Gwemgwy. Joan de Neivile or 
Neivle, E. Hugo de Nevile, C. Sir Hugh 
NEViLL,I,ordeNEYViLLE,^. Sir Hughe Nevil, 
Essex, temp. Edward, I, V, John de Nevile, 
Essex, Y. Monsire le Nevill, Essex, Y. Nevil. 
Nevill, Essex, and co. Nottingham. Orton. 
Peckham. Philipse, Philipsburg, America. 
PiCKiNOHAM. Pykenham, F. Kipars. William 
de Rode, A, Rowley. Anthony Rudd, 
Bishop of St. David's, 1594-1616. Samborne. 
Tudor. Whittle. Wilford. 

Az. a lion ramp, to the sinister or. Part of the 
arms of Geldres, Z, 326. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a crescent for diff. Hothersell. 
St. Bride's, London, 1610. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a label gu. Golvile or 
GoLWELL, CO. Cambridge. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a label ¥rith five points gu. 
Golvile, LuUington, and Duffield Hall, co. 
Derby, formerly of Garlton Golvile in Suffolk, 
and Newton Golvile, co. Cambridge; with fif- 
teen quarterings. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a bend compony of the last 
(another vert) and gu. Beaumont. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a baton erm. Galthorpe, 
Norfolk. 

Az. a lion ramp, or a dexter baston gu. M. Wil- 
liam de RoDES, D. 

Az. a lion ramp, or depressed by a bendlet (bend, 
F*.) sa. with an erm. spot arg. in the dexter 
chi^ of it. Sir John Galthorpe, F. 

Az. a lion ramp, or over all a fess gu. Willock, V, 



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Az. a lion ramp, or over all on a fess sa. three 
crosses croslet fitchy gu. William Barons or 
Barnes, Bishop of London, 1504- A. 

Az. a lion ramp, or holding a battleaxe arg. 
Hethersett. Pykinoham, V, 

Az. a lion ramp, or supporting in the paw a cross 
formy fitchy aig. William Rysom, co. Fork, F. 
Rysom or Ryson, co. York. 

Az. a lion ramp, or holding in the dexter paw a 
hind's leg erased at the first joint arg. 
Ghampanty. 

Az. billetty and a lion ramp. or. Brun. William 
Brune, Y, M. William Bur, S, Gesors or 
Gessors. Jeffry. Nassau, Prince of Orange. 
Nassau, Z, 606, 607, 609, 685. Nassau, Eari 
of Rochford ; quartering Dietz, with Vianden, 
and Catznellogen, over all an escucheon for 
Zuleistein. 

Az. semy of crosses croslet arg. a lion ramp. or. 
Brett. 

Az. semy of croslets and a lion ramp. or. M. 
William de Breouse, D^N, or Brewase, E, or 
BRE0WSE,ii,iraW.M5.6137. Breus,!?*. Wil- 
liam de Brus, B. M. Thomas le Brewes, 8. 
Sir John de Brewes, co. Buckingham, temp. 
Edward I, F. Brewse or Brewer, Wagford, 
CO. Buckingham. Goodrich, Seling Grove, 
Essex. Jordan, co. Dorset. John Jordan, 
Gatewick, 1302, iiu&rey, Surrey, 1719, iv. 261. 
Jordan, Catwick and Gharlwood, Surrey. 

Az. crusily fitchy and a lion ramp. or. Monsire 
de Brewse, Y. 

Az. semy of fleurs-de lis a lion ramp. or. Le Sr. 
Beamonde ; quartering az. three garbs or, 7. 
Beaumont, Stoughton Grange, co. Leicester, 
21 Feb. 1660; since of Cole Orton, Bart, de- 
scended from Henry de Beaumont, made King 
of the Isle of Man for life, temp. Edward I. 
Le Sieur le Beaumont, S, or de |Beauhont, F. 
Lewis de Beaumont, Bishop of Durham, 
1318-33. Beaumont, Z, 113. Beaumont, 
Gracedieu, co. Leicester, descended IVom Beau- 
mont, Goleorton. Beaumont, Barrow, co. 
Derby. Francis Beaumont, Master of the 
Ghartt*rhouse, 1619. Goham, Coham, co. Devon, 
quartering Holland, Metsted, Biokford, and 
Arscott. Dalton, Eyrkby Mysperton, 1563. 
Holland, Weare, Shipwash, and Upcott-Avenel, 
CO. Devon ; the heiress m. Goham. 

Az. flory and a lion ramp, or over all a bend 
compony arg. and gu. Beamond, F*. Richard 
Beaumonde, but a note says, M. Louys 
Beaumont, F. And with a bendlet, 

Beaumont, Lord of Folldngham. Sir Henry 
Beamond, I, F, or de Beaumund, M. 
And with a dexter baston, Sire Henry de 
Beaumund, M; or Beumond, Baneret, O. 
Sire Henri de Beumond, N. 

Az. semy of fleui*s-de-lis and a lion ramp, or over 
all a bendlet (bend, F*) compony erm. and 
gu. Beaumont, F. 

Az. flory with a lion ramp, or a dexter baston 
compony of six pieces gold and gu. Monsire 
de Beaumont, Y. 

Az. flory and a Uon ramp, or over all on a bend 
gu. three keys wards upwards gold. Benedic- 
tine priory at Holand or Holland, co. Lan- 
caster. 

Az. flory and a lion ramp, or over all on a bendlet 
compony of six pieces arg. and gu. three mul- 
lets sa. Beaumont, F. 

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Ax. t fioQ nmp. or armed of the 6eld. Beaukont. 

Az. t lion nmp. or armed and langued ga. Auf bb. 
John Almob, temp. Henry VII, derived from 
Efojdd ap Gwenllian. Moboeneu, Dyffiryn 
Clwyd. Emydd ap Mobien. 

Az. sefflj of crosses eroalet ga« a lion ramp, or 
amied and langaed of tJhe second. Bboase. 

Ax. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. Datbbll, Lil- 
fingston Dajrell, co. Backingham ; qnartering 
arg. on three bars sa. six 5-foils of the field 
three two and one. Dabbei.,Z,384. Daybeul, 
Shndj CampR, co. Cambridge, descended from 
BajrdJ of lillingston Dayrell, 1579. 

Ax. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. sapporting a 
CTo« croslet fiuhy of the third. Dabbeul, 
Sussex. 

Ax, erosily and a Hon ramp, or crowned gii. Sir 
John (another, Thomas) Bbeubs or Bbuex, Q. 

Az. a lion ramp, or armed langaed and crowned gu« 
WilHam de Obbbix, and his descendants. 
DiSBELL Dabbll Or DoBBELL, Sosay, CO. York ; 
a heiress m. Dawney ; Cale Hill and Scotney, 
Kat; litdecote, oo. Wilts, qnartering Galston ; 
PigAam, Sussex ; Trewoman, Comwail, etc. 

Ax. a lioo ramp, dncally crowned or. Chileb. 
DiKiL. Dabbeix, Bengal, and Richmond, 
SaiPBy, Bart. Sir Francis Daybel, Castle 
CiBpa, CO. Cambridge, 1730. Jabbett. 

Ax.alK>n ramp, crowned or. Schwabzekbebo, 
Z,489. 

Az. a fioo rarap. mnrally crowned or. Villettes, 

Bath, CO. Somerset; granted 31 Dec. 1768. 
Az. biUety and a lion ramp, crowned or. 

1l0S7BLIABI>. 

Az.cnsily and a Bon ramp, crowned or. Bbewis. 
Bimi. 

Ax. ttmj of CK^eses croslet or a lion ramp, 
^lovned with mn antique crown of the second. 
Biuvsi. 

Ai. a lion ramp, tail forked or. Bbomhall. 
BiOBSAtL, F. Sir Robert Stapleton, co. Staf- 
ford, temp. Edward III, V, Stapleton, co. Lei- 
MBtcr.and oo. Stafford. Robert deSTEPELTONE, 
^ or STspBi.T02n5, N, or Stepleton, O. Sir 
Bohcrt de Stxplbdon, L, or Stapleton, L, 
Hari, M8. 6137. Monsire de Stapleton, Y. 
John Steplbton, F. 

Ax. a Hon ramp, doable tailed or. Bbomeall, F* . 

STiPLBTOK, V. 

^ t 1km ramp, tail forked or crowned ppr. 

Gmres, Z, 155. 
Ax. a lion ramp, tail forked or nngnled armed and 

wwned aiig. Monsire de Montbyvell, Y. 
Ai.a lion ramp, guard, or. Bbitlby. Evans, 

BhTd-yCarw, co. Montgomery; derived from 

Uwelyn Anrdorchog, Lord of Yale ; the heirs 

». Dnin and Owen. Ethebesset. Assigned 

to Robert FitxHakon or Fitz-Hamono, Lord 

of Gloucester, temp. William II, Z, 45. 48. 

FtTXHAHoN, F. Hathebfield. Hbthebfield. 

Hcthebset. Hethebsete, F. Paobave, F. 

HtwEs, CO. Wilts- Shebbobne. 
Ax.iemy de lis a lion ramp, guard, or. Holland, 

^•riofKent. 
^ a lioQ lamp, guard, armed and crowned or. 

Boston. 
^ a Hon ramp, guard, or incensed gu. Robert 

Fitz-Hajioii, Lord of Cardiff. 
Al a Bon ramp, guard. Uul forked or. Lee, Lee, 



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^•hdoaabentor. Bbiklet, co. Berks. Ro- 
•tttSiowDEii, Bishop of Carlisle, 161621. 



Az. crusily fitchy and a lion salient or. Thomas 
Bbeause or Bbewbb, Y, 

Az. a lion salient guard, or. Pabinoham. 

Az. a lion segreant guard, or. Hethebfield. 

Az. a lion statant or. Edmund Bbomfeld, Bi- 
shop of Llandaff, 1389-98. 

Az. a lion ramp, per fess gu. and arg. Betswobth. 

Az . a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. Betteswobth, 
Tyning, Sussex. 

Az. a lion ramp, vairy arg. and gu. Hulton. 

Bany of four az. and arg. in chief a lion ramp, 
or. Madbston or Madesson. 

Barry of four erm. and or over all a lion ramp. az. 
Baonall. 

Barry of four gu. and erm. in chief a lion pass. 

or. OlFFOBD. 

Barry of four or and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. KUCKFIELD. 

Barry of five arg. and az. over a lion ramp. gu. 
Walton. 

Banry of five arg. and az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 
crowned or. Willesmose Willesmot or 
Wilxebcot, CO. Gloucester. 

Barry of five arg. and az. over all a lion ramp, or 
holding in the dexter paw a rose-branch gu. 

TUSMAN. 

Barry of five arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp, of 

the first. BieKNELL, London. 
Barry of five arg. and vert over all a Uon ramp. 

gu. Chaloneb, CO. Stafford, W, 
Barry of five az. and or over all a lion ramp. gu. 

Hatclifp, F. 
Barry of five erm. and or over all a lion ramp. az. 

Baonall, co. Stafford, and Wales. Bicknoll. 
Barry of five gu. and or over all a lion ramp. arg. 

Peybbsll. 
Barry of five or and az. over all a lion ramp. 

guard, gu. Oxbuboh or Oxbobouoh, King's 

Lynn and Emneth, Norfolk. 
Barry of five or and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

gold. Bbenebs. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. or. 

Adams. 
Ban-y of six arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gu. Maud, 

Hargood Hill, co. York. 
Barry of six arg. and vert over all a lion ramp. 

gu. Case or Casse. Case, qnartering gu. a 

chev. betw. three helmets arg., with gu. a chev. 

beiw. three men's heads couped ppr., gu. a Sa- 
racen's head erased at the neck arg. wreathed 

round the temples of the second and sa., sa. 

three horses* heads erased arg., and .... a 

fusil sa. within a bordure of the last. 
Barry of six az. and ga, over all a lion ramp. erm. 

armed or. Wakelyn. 
Barry of six erm. and az. over all a lion ramp. 

arg. Thenoeb. 
Barry of six erm. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. crowned 

or. Smyth, Newcastle uuder-Line, co. Stafford ; 

granted 1561. 
Barry of six erm. and sa. alion ramp. or. Gibson. 

CO. Lancaster ; London ; and co. York. 
Barry of six gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. 

Walkelin, Radborne, co. Derby ; the coheirs 

m. Chandos and Stafford. 
Barry of six gu. and erm. in chief a lion pass or. 

GiFFABD. 

Barry of six or and erm. (another sa.) over all a 

lion ramp. az. Baonall, Kent. 
Barry of seven .... and .... over all a lion ramp. 

.... Thomas Atte Lathe's seal, Willinghall, 

Norfolk, 27 Edward III. 

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Barry wavy of seven arg. and az. over all a lion 
ramp, of the first. Bulbeck, Kingston ; granted 
24 April, 1659. 

Barry of seven arg. and az. over all a lion ramp. 
KU. crowned or. Wilmescott. Sire Henri de 

WlLLBMESCOTE, N, 

Barry of seven arg. and vert over all a lion ramp. 

gu. Case, Barwick. 
Barry of seven or and az. over all a lion ramp. gn. 

Sir de Mouns, V, Mownes. 
Barry of seven or and az. a lion ramp. gu. crowned 

or. WiLLEMSCoT. WiiJiEMScoT, F*. Sir Henry 

Wellhebcott, CO. Gloucester, temp. Edw, III, F. 
Barry of seven or and vert a lion ramp. gu. 

DOBSELET. 

Barry of seven vairy gu. and arg. with or over all 

a lion ramp, of the second. Pevebeij.. 
Barry of seven vert and erm. a lion ramp. a^. 

Baoeall. 
Barry of eight arg. and az. over all a lion 

ramp. gu. crowned or. Maesh, Middlesex. 

Washous. 
Barry of eight arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

Sa. ESTOTTEVILLE. 

Barry of eight arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

sa. crowned or. Eguamton, co. Lancaster. 
Bany of eight az. and gu. a lion ramp. erm. 

Fitz-Waeelik. Waleelyn, V*. 
Barry of eight or and gu. a lion ramp. arg. 

Jackson, Lochhouse, Scotland. 
Barry of nine arg. and az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

Stratford. 
Barry of nine arg. and gu. a lion ramp, or ducally 

crowned per pale of the second and third. 

Brandon. 
Barry of nine arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

sa. crowned or. Wassthose, F, Wasthose, F*. 

Wasthouse. 
Barry of nine arg. and sa. over all a lion ramp. or. 

Cocker, Croft, co. Lincoln. 
Barry of nine az. and gu. over all a Uon ramp. 

erm. Walkelyn, F. 
Barry of ten arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. 

GuYLiNO, F*. Hawlino, F*. Jackson, Scot- 

land. Henry de Luconbubo, D. Lusionan 

(Cyprus), Z, 407. Stbatfobd, Farmcott or 

Famscott, Guyling or Nether Guiting, and 

Hayling or Hawling, co. Gloucester, 1628, W. 

Stratford, Earl of Aldborough. Stratford, 

Nuneaton, co. Warwick. 
Barry of ten arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. holding 

a battleaxe or. Alexander, Dover, Kent. 
Barry wavy of ten arg. and az. a lion ramp. or. 

Elton alios Serborne, co. Hereford. Sebobne, 

CO. Hereford. 
Barry of ten arg. and gu. a lion ramp, or ducally 

crowned of the second. Charles Brandon, 

Duke of Suffolk, F. 
Barry of ten arg. and gu. a lion ramp, or ducally 

crowned per pale of the first and second. 

Brandon, Su£E61k. Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, 

Z, 536. 
Barry of ten arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. sa. 

Robert de Estotevilb, A. Ostotstill or 

OSTOTENVYLL. 

Barry of ten arg, and sa. over all a lion ramp er. 

CocHER. Cocker, co. Chester, W, 
Barry of ten or and gu. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

Stratford, Coventry. 
Barry of eleven arg. and gu. over all a lion 

ramp, crowned and sustaining a batUeaze or. 

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Barry of eleven arg. and sa. over all a lion ramp. 

or. Cocker, Crompton, co. Leicester. 
Barry of twelve arg. and az. over all a lion ramp. 

gu. CiPRUs. Sir Paj'ne Delamarch, V. 

Delamarche. 
Barry of twelve arg. and gu. a lion ramp. arg. 

Brandon. 
Barry of twelve arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

sa. Sir Robert Estotevile, temp. Edward I, 

Essex, F. Estotvile. 
Barry of twelve arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gn. 

Chansey. 
Barry of twelve or and arg. a lion ramp. gu. Sir 

Geffrey Liseuian, F* 
Barry of twelve or and gu. over all a lion ramp. 

sa. Stutyile, Essex. 
Barry of fourteen arg. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. 

over all a bendlet or. Henry Pirpund, E, 
Barry of sixteen arg. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. a 

baston or. H. Perpund, F, 
Barry of twenty-one arg. and gu. over all a lion 

ramp. sa. Robert Destotvile, il, HarLMS, 

6137. 
Barry of twenty-two sa. and arg. a lion ramp. gu. 

Thomas de Chansi, G. 
Barry arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. Lemabch. 

Namall. 
Barry arg. and gu. in chief a lion pass, of the se- 
cond. Malefont. 
Barry arg. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. Robert le 

Stotevile, le Normand, B, Sire Robej^ de 

Estotevile, N, Robert de Stuttbville, 0. 
Barry arg. and gtL over all a lion ramp. sa. crowned 

or. Washeb, Lyneham, near Chudleigh, co. 

Devon ; and Sunbridge, Kent. 
Bany or and az. over all a Uon ramp. gu. Ronobdy 

or Ronobby. 
Bendy of six arg. and gu. a lion ramp. or. Ennys. 
Bendy of six arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gu. Yonos, 

London. 
Bendy of six az. and gu. over all a lion ramp. or. 

End AS or Eneas. 
Bendy of six or and vert over all a lion ramp. sa. 

DoNYNOE, Chichester, temp. Henry VII. 
Bendy of seven arg. and sa. over all a lion ramp. 

gu. CuTLEB, Ipswich, Suffolk, confirmed 21 

July, 1612. 
Bendy of seven or and sa. over all a lion ramp. 

gu. CcTTLEB, Chantry, Suffolk. 
Bendy sinister of eight or and vert a lion ramp. 

sa. Di;nyno, Rye, Sussex. 
Bendy sinister of fourteen or and purp. over all a 

lion ramp. sa. Dunning, Lord Ashburton. 
Bendy sinister or and vert a lion ramp. sa. 

Donning. 
Chequy .... and .... a lion ramp. .... Hoey. 
Chequy arg. and gu. a lion ramp. or. Shergold. 
Chequy or and arg. over all a lion ramp. sa. 

Lyon's Inn, London. 
Chequy or and az. a lion ramp. gn. M. John de 

Armentbrs, D. 
Chequy or and ga. a lion ramp. arg. Hoy, Mi- 

danbury, co. Hants, Sheriff of London, 1812-13. 
Chequy or and gn. a lion ramp. erm. Skarlet. 
Chequy or and gu. a lion ramp, (another ramp. 

guard.) of the first. Pocock. 
Chequy or and gu. a lion ramp, per fess erm. and 

sa. Skarlett, F. 
Chevronelly of five arg. and gu. over a lion ramp' 

sa. WiNTHORP, Groton, Suffolk. 
Chevronelly of seven or and gu. over all a lion 

ramp, of the last Hasard, Syngleton, Essex, 



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LION.... conl. 



temp. Edward m. Ha8Hlakd,F». Singleton, 
Essex, temp. Edward III. Sir Hasbwd de 
SciOLETOH, Essex, temp. Edward I, V. 

Enn. t lion ramp. az. Elidyr ap Bhys Sais, 
living 1050. Robert Creiohton, Bishop of 
Bftib, etc., 1670-72. Gbichton, Innemeity, 
SooUand. Deckas, Enjton. Eaton Eaten or 
Eioi. Eyton, Eyton, oo. Denbigh. Eyton, 
Gaddesby, eo. Leicester and co. Northampton ; 
§T9Mied 1577. Habdness, Kent Lewis, OaU 
tborpe. LiBBT, Stoke Prior and Bromsgrove, 
eo.Woreester. Sir John deLTiJUB,K. Meddop, 
Meddop Hall, co. York. Meosbope, Y. 
Medkhop, Trenant, Cornwall M. James le 
PnxBiKo, S. Pickebino, Threlkeld, Cumber- 
land. Sutton, Sutton. 

£nD. a lion ramp. az. crowned or. Mithorpe. 
Mtdhope, CO. York. Pickebiko, Thorpe's 
Lodge, CO. York. Thomas Pikeringe, Y, Sir 
Jokn Pikebing, Thirkeld, V, Pickebino, Win- 
d«rvath, Westmoreland ; Gretton; and (temp. 
EHzabeth) Tichmarsh, oo. Northampton ; qnar- 
tenng LaseeUs. Pickebino, Paxton, co. Hunt. 
iagdfflL PicKEBiNG,F*, Sir Henry Pickebino, 
W^Adjon, CO. Cambridge, 1 (548 ; Baronetcy 
2 Jutaaiy, 1660-1. And with a crescent on a 
cmsent for diff, Pickebino, Tablehurst and 
East Grinstead, Sussex. 

JEns. a lion ramp. az. ducally crowned or. 
Pickebino, Hartford, co. Chester. 

Enn. a lion ramp. az. crowned or. armed gu. 
Pickebino, Old Lodge and Clapham, Surrey ; 
quartering Umfreville, Meres, and Weld. 

Era. a lion ramp. az. crowned and langued or. 

PUXXBING. 

Eni. a lion pass. go. Dbew, South Broom, co. 

Wati. Dbew, F. Humphry Elub, Kent; 

grtmted by Cooke, W, Legat, V. Legeb. 

SiiBon de Segbs, E. Simon Segbe, Y. 

Skorkt. 
Enn. a lioo pass. go. crowned or. Secbetye 

SEORETTTOrSEGBETY. SeGIBTI,F*. SeGBITIjF. 

Srm. a lion pass, tail coward gu. Ellis, co. 

FlioL 
Ens. a Hoo pass, guard, coward gu. Ednyfed 

ip Cynvrig ap Rhiwallon, living 1073. 

BaocGBTON, Broughton. Ellis, Alhray. 

Powell, Alrbay. 
Em. in chief a lu)n ramp. gu. Stock, Ireland. 
Em. a Hon ramp. gu. Bbebehouse, Norfolk. 

Eitexgbatb. Joan de Estengbeve, E. Sire 

Jofaa de Estengbbye, J. John Estengbeve, 

Y. GKmrETH. Jennence or Jennins, Bos- 

iMigtp , Cornwall, and co. Salop. Jennings, 

Harlington, co. Bedford; Cornwall; and co. 

Salop. LcoAT, Essex, Kent, and Norfolk. 

Leoett. Thomas Logat, F. Stangbave, F. 

Tbobp, Gateshead. Tubbebvile, Whitchurch, 

eo. Devon. Wooblet or Worijsy. 
Era. a lion immp. gu. oyer all a bend sa. bezanty. 

BcTAV, eo. Chester and Cornwall. 
Ers. a Bon ramp. gu. over all a chevron or. 

Boben de Haxdbbs, A. 
Efs. a lion ramp. go. oowned or. Fanhopb, co. 

Devon. Hebtiiioton. Patishall. Monsire 

de Patxshiix, Y. John Patbshull, Y. 

TtKiEBvnx, Beere, co. Dorset. Tubbebvill,F. 

a Hon ramp. gu. crowned or armed and 

az. James Tubbbbville, Bishop of 

r, 1555-9. 

a Bon ramp. gu. tail forked. Bbewse, 

Sorfblk, temp. Edward UI. 



BEAST. 



LION....eont. 



Erra. a lion ramp, double taUed and nowed gu. 
Bbuss, F*. 

Erm. a Hon ramp, tail forked and renowed gu. 
Sir Eichard de Breouse, N, 

Erm. a lion ramp, tail forked and double nowed 
gu. Bbbwes, F. Sir Kichard Bbus, Norfolk, 
temp. Edward HI, F. 

Erm. a lion ramp, guard, gu. crowned or. Woorley 
or Worley, Dodington, Kent 

Erm. a lion ramp, reguard. gu. Oxman, 
Rutland. 

Erm. a lion salient gu. Worlby, 1730. 

Erm. a lion salient tail forked gu. Wabley or 
Webley, London. Henry Wobley, Alderman 
of Loudon, F. 

Erm. a lion salient guard, gu. crowned or. Wabley 
or Webley, London. 

Erm. a lion statant guard (?gu.) Simon 

de Segre, added in a later hand, F. 

Erm. a lion ramp. purp. crowned or. Broy. 
Broye, F. Panfuix. Patishall. Paytesbed, 
F. 

Erm. a lion pass. sa. Wither. 

Erm. a lion ramp. sa. Broughton. Buldcore. 
Edwabds, Baron Kensington, Davies, co. 
Denbigh. Edwabds, Haverfordwest, co. Pem- 
broke. Hanton, Ireland. Baron Jeffreys, 
Chief Justice. Jones, Llwynon, co. Denbigh, 
derived firom Tudor Trevor, Lord of Whitting- 
ton ; since I7B0 Jones-Pany, Madryn, co. Car- 
narvon, and Llwynonn; quartering Parry. 
Kendriok, London, W, Kenwricke or Kenrick, 
CO. Berks, co. Lancaster, co. Northampton, and 
Ower, CO. Salop. Kenrick, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1652. Kendrick, Reading, co. Berks. 
Kenuryoh, F*. Lambe, Troston, Suffolk. 
Richard Leoer Legot or Lazor, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1345. Pritchabd, Campston Hall, 
CO. Monmouth ; now Swansea. Robebts, 
Hafod-y-Bwch. Cynfrig ap Rhiwallon, killed 
1078. Kenury ap Rywallon. Rywallon, F*. 
SoNLLY, Sonlly. Stapleton. 

Erm. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or. Tubbervill,F*. 

Erm." a lion romp. sa. armed and langued or. 
Edwardes, Baron Kensington; quartering 
Rich. 

Erm. a lion ramp, vert crowned and ducally 
gorged or. Dukes, co. Salop ; quartering arg. 
a chev. gu. betw. three gillyflowers slipped 
and stalked ppr., with az. three falcon's heads 
erased arg., arg. three buglehorns stringed sa., 
and sa. three pheons arg. 

Ermines a lion pass. gu. Sir Edward Drewe, 
Kyllerton, co. Devon, Seijeant-at-law; confirmed 
1593; from whom descended Drevte, the 
Grange, Broadhembury, co. Devon ; now quar. 
tering Prideaux, French, Wynard, Huckmore, 
Fotberay, De Baronia, and Champemon. 
Drew, Drew's Court, co. Limerick. 

Ermines a lion ramp. gu. Edwards, oo. Hunt- 
ingdon, and CO. Salop. 

Erminois a lion ramp. az. surmounted by a fess 

gu. TODHAN. 

Erminois a lion ramp. gu. Vaugban, Nannau, 
Wengraig and Hengwrt, co. Merioneth, Bart.; 
quartering gu. a lion ramp, erminois; de- 
scended like Yaugban, R^ and Hengwrt, co. 
Merioneth, through Howell, second son of 
Ynyr Vychan, Lord of Nannau, from Cadwgan, 
Lord of Nannau. 

Fusily or and vert a lion ramp. arg. Gill, co. 
Devon. 



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Gu. a lion pasn. arg. Cashell. Delavaohe, oo. 
Backingham. Thomas de Heton, Y. 

HuiiOHTON. Masset, Allorborongh , co. Chester ; 
quartering or a mullet sa. WUliaro de Merc' or 
Mebt', F. Mowbbat, F*. Neale Nele or 
Neallb, CO. Lincoln. Neale, Norfolk. O'Tooi^, 
Ireland. Playter or Platt, Norfolk. Howell 
ap loRWERTH o Von. 

Gu. a lion pass. arg. collared az. Delaxabe. 

Gu. a lion pass. arg. crowned or. Diepholtz 
and part of Bbuckhausen, Z,871. Fitzgebold. 
Sire Warin del Idle, Baneret, 0. L'Isle, King, 
ston Isle, 00. Berks. L'Isle, Isle of Wight, 
temp. Henry III. Lisle, Earnley, co. North- 
ampton, and Northumberland. Wokingdon, 
Essex. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, arg. Delamabr. Neaijb, 
Norfolk. Redesdall, co. Lincoln. Ridksdalb. 
Redeshall, 1730. Riddesdall, V, 

Gu. crusily and a lion pass, guard, arg. Sir John 
del iDLEf 0. Pedebton, quartering or crusily 
a lion ramp. az. 

Gu. crusily or a lion pass, guard, arg. De Lisle. 

Gu. crusily fitchy or a Uon pass, guard, arg. Ge- 
rard de Lisle, Y, 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, arg. ducally crowned or. 
Lysley or Lisle, Harewood, Lyley, Kirkheaton, 
Roth well, and Warmfield, co. York ; Mimwood^ 
CO. Hertford; and Pewsham, co. Wilts; quar- 
tering or a fess betw. two chev. sa., with gu. a 
lion pass, guard, arg. ducally crowned or in chief 
three pierced mullets arg. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, arg. crowned or. Warin 
le FitzGebald, B. Fitz-Gebold. Gebabo. 
Gerard de Lilb, A^ ffaW.if5.61d7. M. Gerard 
de Lisle, D. Sir Waryn de Lisle, L, F. Sir 
John (alii Gerard) de Lisle, L, Sir Waryn 
del Ylb, N, Sir John de Lisle, 12. Le Sr. de 
le Lisle, S, Gerrard de L'Isle, Y, Lisle, 
Brackley, co. Northampton; and Felton, co. 
Northumberland. Gebabd, Lord Lisle, Z, 448. 

Gu. crusily and a lion pass, guard, arg. crowned or. 
Sire Gerard del Yle, ^. 

Gu. crusily or a lion pass, guard, arg. crowned 
gold. Sire Robert del Yle, N, 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, arg. crowned with an an- 
tique crown or and girt round the waist with 
an annulet of the last. Ogilvy or Ogilvie, 
England. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. Atwood. Augustinian 
Hospital at Bubton-Lazeb, co. Leicester, im- 
paling arg. a cross gu. Cobbet. Dubas. De 
DuBAS. Ellis, Plas Yolyn. EvEBmoHAM. 
Randolf Gebnons, fourth Earl of Chester, X, 
(another the tail "estroict"), Y. Gilchrist, 
Earl of Galloway. Gebnet. Gebyies or 
Gabvies, Pratling Magna, co. Leicester. Hum- 
phrey HuMPHBEYS, Bishop of Bangor, 1689 ; 
Hereford, 1710-12. Kiffin, Essex. Conte de 
Leycestbe.G. Lycke, London. Mackmobougs, 
Ireland, K. Mackemobe. Mandeville. 
Mabchwbithiam. Mabkob. Ingram del Mebk, 
C. M. Simon de Mountfobd, D. Moubray. 
Sir John de Mowbbay, L, MowBBAY,^arl of 
Northumberland. Sire Johan Moubbay, N, 
Sire Johan de Moubray, cT^. Sir John Mowbbay, 
M. Robert de Muwbbay, i*. Roger Moubbay, 
P, Y. Moubray or Mubbay. Bambugle, Scot- 
land. Roger de MouBBEY,ii,C, or Mumbbey, A, 
or Moubray, By or Mowbray, E, G. Mowbray, 
quartered by Howard, Duke of Norfolk, U. 
Monsire de Mowbbay, Y, Mowbbay, Lord of 



BEAST. UON .... conU 

Axholme.F. Mowbbay, Duke of Norfolk, L*ord 

of Axhohne, Z, 110, se05, 208, quartered by 

Howard, Z, 358,496. Nottingham. LeCounte 

Patmz, C. Price, Foxley, co. Hereford, 

Bart. Pbice, co. Denbigh. Pbice, Rbiwliii^ 

Price, Spring Grove, Richmond, Surrey, Bart. 

Ranulph. Salisbury, co. Northampton. 

Wallace, Graigie, Scotland, quartering Lindsay. 

Dunlop Wallace, Graigie, co. Ayr, Bart. Sir 

William Wastney, I. Roger le Wars, A. 

Wallace, Wallace-Graig, Scotland. Wahren, 

Loudon, and Sheppcrton, Middlesex ; quarter- 

ing or a grenade sa. fired ppr. over all a fess 

countercompony gold and az. Wynke, Yoelas. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a label of three points az. 

Mowbbay, co, York. 
Ou. a lion ramp. arg. with a mullet for diff. 

Wallace, Ingliston, Scotland. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. in the dexter chief a innllet 

of the second. Wallace, Bergen ; quartering 

gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. all within a bor- 

dure engr. or. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all two bars sa. 

Salcliffe, CO. York. Wallace. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over aU a bend of the second. 

Ghubchill, quartered by Mohnn. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend az. Tyx^uroT 

or TnxoT, East Bardsale, Suffolk, and co. York. 
Gu.alion ramp.arg.and bendlet az. TYLLroLi:.,F*. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. and dexter hasten az. Piers 

TiLYOLL, X, or TnjoLL, F. Sir Robert TiLL.Yoi.y , 

Af , or Tyllol, ^, or Tyllioll, V. 
Gu. a lion rump. arg. over all a bend compony of 

the second and az. Walter de Wessinotok, Y, 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend enn. 

Falcbon. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. oyer all a bendlet enn. 

Filchett. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a dexter hasten sa. William 

,de Wabe, G. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a bend engr. sa. Sir Phillip 

de Mowbbay of Scotland, M. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend vair. Aston, 

Enfield, Middlesex. Aston, co. Gloucester, K. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a bend sa. three 

crosses croslet fitchy of the second. Robert de 

Oldefelde, Y, 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a bend sa. three 

crosses potent fitchy of the second. Ooij>feiu>, 

r*. OULDFIELD. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. oyer all on a bendlet sa. 
three crosses potent fitchy of the second. 

OULDFEILD, W, 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all two bendlets or. 

Playstow. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. and two bendlets or the up> 

permost under the lower over him. Playstowb, 

V. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a chey. or three 

escallops sa. Schneideb. 
Gu. a lion ramp. org. oyer all a ftoss ydded sa. 

Wallace. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all a crosier or. Batsh. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. over all a crosier in bend. 

sinister or. Bayen. Odo, Bishop of Bayenx, 

Earl of Gloucester (half-brother of WiUiara I). 

Cistercian Abbey at Byland, co. York. Odin, 

Kent. Odin, Boston, Pennsylvania. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. in the dexter paw a crescent 

of the second. Salisbuby. 
Gu. a lion ramp, holding in the dexter paw a pen 

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6a. a lion ramp, holding in the dexter paw a 

sword erect «rg. Beboaione, 10 Feb. 1 631. 
Go. a dragon or and a lion ramp. arg. combatant. 

Daxscey, CO. Gloucester. 
Gu. a lion ramp, arg, supporting a wivem erect 

Tcrt Damncet or Dauktesey, West Lavington, 

CO. Wilts. 
Go. semy of annulets or a lion ramp. arg. 

Loso. 
Go. bilkty or a lion ramp. arg. Sire Job an de 

Obefpinoe, N. Gramiceb, London and co. 

Warwick. William Gbah abt, Y. 
Go. cnisily botony a lion ramp. arg. Henry 

GiiMAitT, r. 
Gn-semy of crosses botony fitchy and a lion 

nap. arg. Delawabb. Law abb or Lawabbe. 

Wasbb. Johan de la Wabs, G, 
Gil crusily and a lion ramp. arg. Dalton; 

qoaitering Bright ; Monnment of Lady John 

)fniray,ob. 1765, in Sheffield Church. Lawabbe. 

HaFTVILL. HaUTEBILL. KiNABDESLET, CO. 

Sabp. Penleaze, High Cliff, Christchurch, 

00. Hants. Joan de la Wabbb, £, L, Sire 

Johan de la Wabe, N. John la Wabe, Y. 

Boger de la Wabe, K. Roger La Wabe, A. 
Go. erosily and a lion ramp. arg. a label az. Sir 

John de la Wabbe, L. 
Go. emsily fitchy a lion ramp. arg. Delawabb, 

eo. Gloucester and oo. Warwick. Wabbe, Chap- 

leigb, CO. Somerset, sometimes charging the 

lioo with a crescent gu. Joan de la Wabbe, E. 

Sir John la Wabbe, I. John de la Wabe, but in 

the margin Robert de la Wase, Y, Monsire 

La Wabe. Y. (? John de la Wabe, Bishop of 

lJandaffr^54.56.) 
GtL ousfly fitchy a lion ramp. arg. a bend engr. 

aa. DraAWABB. 
Go. Sony of crosses eroslet fitchy or a lion ramp. 

arg. AsHWT. Foulkes. 
Gb. erosily fitchy or and a lion ramp. aiig. pver 

all a dexter baston engr. of the second. Mon- 

«re Roger de Westoh, Y. 
Gu. semy of flenrs-ile-lis a lion ramp. arg. Sire 

Johan DErwiLLE, N, Sire John de Euyle, O. 

Poole. 
Go. semy of 5-fbil8 and a lion ramp. arg. Gbace, 

London. 
Gil semy of acorns or a lion ramp. ai^. 

Atwooo. Chenduit. Penoellet, Cornwall. 
Gi. semy of mullets and a Hon ramp. arg. 

Ijbtbb. 
Go. semy of nails or a lion ramp. arg. Bbtn. 
Go. goutty .... a lion ramp. arg. thrust through 

wiih two swords in saltire hilts downwards ppr. 

Waltebs. 
Ga. goutty d*or a lion ramp. arg. John de 

CfiznuGE, O. 
Go. bezanty a lion ramp. arg. Monsire de 

HxwicE, y. Hewiees. Niehol Hewik, Y, 

Maltham Batclitf, Y. 
Ga. semy of ogresses a lion ramp. arg. Clifton. 
Gil a lion ramp. arg. armed az. Astlet. 

Mabuhweitiuah, Lord of Is-aled, from whom 

descended betddes Tudor ap Robert Fyohan, 

Bcrain; (the heiress ro. Salisbury, Clough, 

Wynne, and Thelwall); Price, Boch-y-raiadr; 

WynD,Llangynhafal ; Panton, Coleshill Manor ; 

Parry, Tywysog and Pistill; Price, Rhiwias, 

Put Olas, Giler, and Voelas. 
Ga. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langned az. 

XowBEAT. Price, Rhiwias, and GiHr, co. 

jlenooetb. 



BEAST. 



LIOH .... cont. 



Gu. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. 

WvNNEjVoelaSjCo. Den high ; tlie heiress m.Finoh. 
Gu. a tricorporated lion issuing out of three 

points of the escucheon all meeting under one 

head in fess arg. armed and laugued az. 

Edmond. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. collared az. Dubmeys. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. collared of the field. 

BOXWORTH. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. crowned az. Mabnham. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. Clifton. 
Clisson. Fourches. Fubches. Gbey. 
Hallewton. Hallinoton or Hallowton. Sir 
Thomas de Halweton, R, Haxbly. Haward 
or Hawebd. Haywabd or Heywaed, of the 
North. Howel ap Ieya. Moboan, Mellhouse, 
CO. Durham; Visitation, 1615. Musabd, co. 
Devon. Paslew, oo. York. Wakindon, F*. 

pFJtSHALL. Sir....WAKYND0N, F. WaYSETEB. 

Weysandon. Wifbenton. Michael Wisbinodon, 
corrected in the margin to Nicholas Wokinodon, 
L. Sir Nicholas Wylfbinooon or de 

WiFBINODONE, L. WOKINODON, EsSCX. Niohol 

de WoKENDENE, O. Sir Nicholas Wokinodon, 
L, or De Wokinodone, N. Monsire de 

WOKINODON, Y. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or. Hawabd 
Hayward or Heywabd, Brocton, co. Salop. 

WORYNDON. 

Gu. a lion romp. arg. crowned or over all a bend- 
let Sa. WiCKENDEN. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or holding 
in each forefoot a bezant. Bbinkhurst. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. crowned and langued or. 
Salway. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. enraged az. Mowbray, 
Duke of Norfolk. 

Gu. semy of acorns slipped or a lion .... tail 
coward arg. Cheyndute. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail erect arg. Randolph de 
Gernonus (? son of Randolph de Meschines) 
fourth Earl of Chester ; m. Maud, daughter of 
Robert, Consul of Gloucester, son of Henry I. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. Brinton. Tho- 
mas de Brinton, Bishop of Rochester, 1373-89. 
Bbynton, V, Le Conte de Leister, B, or 
Leycestre, N. Moundford. Conte de 
MouNFORD, F. Simon Montfort, Conte de 
Leicestre,r;Z,87. Montfort, Earl of Leicester, 
temp. John. Simon Montfort, Earl of Lei- 
cester, temp. Edward III, F. Wauter Payne 
or Payyeley or Payveli ; quartering az. a cross 
flory or, X, Y, M.John Attewode, S. Wood. 
And with a label arg. Philip de Mountfort, C. 

Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed arg. Atwood, 
Broughton, co. Salop. Atwood. F*. Bohemia, 
HarlMS. 6829 jfoA6, Brynton,F*. Montford, 
CO. Leicester. STOKES,Tetherton Loca8,co. Wilts. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed arg. 
Adwood. Atwood, F. Bohemia, Y. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked and double nowed 
arg. Simon de Montfort, fifth and sixth Earl 
of Leicester, through Allicia de Belloroont. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. armed az. 
Hamlet Smethwick, released all right in this 
coat to John Atwood, Worcester, as having 
properly belonged to Sir John Atwood (Pat 6 
Henry VI), Ashmolean MS. 835, fo. 305. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. armed or over 
all a bend (another a fess) az. Ellis. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. langned az. 
Elles or Ellis. 



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Ga. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. crowned or. 

Bohemia, Z, 194. LxiXEMBouRa, as quartered 

by Anne of Austria, daughter of the King of 

the Romans and Bohemia. 
Ga. a lion ramp, guard, arg. Atwood. John de 

la Mare, Y. Marnay, Cornwall. Marmey, 

Cornwall. Mabnby, Norfolk. Marny, F*. 

M. Robert Marmy, <S^. Sir Henry Marney, V. 

Saint Marney, 1730. Meschines, Earl of 

Chester. Wood. And with due diif. Marney, 

Essex. 
Ga. a lion ramp, guard, arg. a label of three 

points or. M. William Marny, <S^. 
Ga. a lion ramp, guard, with one head and two 

bodies arg. Kellum or Kellam. 
Ga. semy of crosses croslet or a lion ramp, guard. 

arg. ASTLEY. ASTELEY, F. 

Ga. semy-de-lis and a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

Dewill, CO. Hertford. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard. arg> armed of the field. 

ASTLEY. 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, arg. crowned or. Denle.F, 
or Deiley. Deyley. Fitz-Gerard, co. Lan- 
caster. Heywarde, Lord Mayor of London, 
1570. 

Gu. a lion ramp, reguard. arg.. Gay. Cadooan, 
EarlCadogan. Lloyd. Loyd. Robert Morgan, 
Bishop of Bangor, 1066-73. 

Gu. a lion ** rampant sautant embelif d'argent." 
Robert de Mere, Y, 

Gu. a lion salient arg. Dewille. Salisbury, 1730. 

Gu. a lion salient arg. in the dexter chief a cres- 
cent (? for diff.). Thomas Salisbury, co. Nor- 
thampton, V. 

Gu. a lion salient arg. crowned or. Wolinodon. 

Gu. a lion sejant on a chair and holding in the 
paws a battleaxe arg. Alexander. 

Go. a lion statant arg. crowned or. Gerard 
Lyle, a. 

Gu. a lion ramp, harry of six or and az. 

WOKINGDON, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, harry of seven (another of eight) 
arg. and sa. Hospital called Elsino Spital, 
Hospital or Priory the Virgin for Canons Re- 
gular, near Cripplegate, London, and now Sion 
College. 

Gu. a lion ramp, harry of ten arg. and az. Desney. 
WoKiNODON, Essex. 

Gu. a lion ramp, harry of ten or and az. Desney, 
F. WoKiNGDON, Essex. 

Gu. a lion ramp, barry arg. and az. Sire Thomas 

de W0KINGD0NE,J^. 

Gu. a lion ramp, bany or and az. Disney. 

WOKINODON, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp, .bendy wavy of eight arg. and az. 

Harowden, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp, ohequy arg. and sa. 

Blackborne. 
Gu. a lion ramp, chequy erm. and sa. dncally 

crowned or. Blackburn. 
Gu. a lion ramp, chequy or and az. Dernestode 

or Dernford. Dornford. 
Gu. a lion pass. erm. Nereford, Norfolk. 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, erm. Astley, F*. Beins, 

F. Robert Brywys, Y, 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, in chief erm. Brynse. 
Gu. a lion ramp. erm. Atwood. Sir John 

BASF0RD,i2. BeRFORD. BRADFORD. BraMPTON. 

Mereford or Meriford, London. Nereford 
or Nerford, temp. Edward III. Nbirford or 
Neeriord, Norfolk. William Neureford, A, 
or de Nereford, A, Harl. MS. 6137 ; and E, F, 



BEAST. 



LION....eofi^ 



or de Nbirford, N, William Neirford or de 
Neirforde, Y. Monsire de Nerford, F. 
Neyrford, temp. Edward III, F. Sir William 
Nerford, F. Norford, F*. Noweford 
or Neirford. Oldshall. Sir Raofe de 
Sherlingham, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. over all a chev. or. 
Hardres, Kent, F. 

Gu. flory or a lion ramp. erm. Marks, Salisbary, 
and Steeple-Ashton, co. Wilts. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. gorged with a collar gemel 
az. therefrom pendent an escucheon of tbe 
last charged with a mullet arg. Pownall, 
Pownall, CO. Chester, and Liverpool. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or. Sir John 
Hamelyn, L, 0; or Hamlyk, L. Sir Johan de 
Hakelyn, N. Sire John Hamlyn, co. Leicester, 
temp. Edward III, F. Hamelyn, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. crowned with an antiqae 
crown or. Hamlin. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. ducally crowned or. 
Hamelynb or Hamelin, co. Buckingham. 
Hamlin or Hamelyne, oo. Leicester. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked erm. Adam de 
Brinton, F; or Brintone, E, Neirford or 
Neerford, Norfolk. Sparshall. Stokes, 
CO. Berks. Stokes, co. Devon. 

Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed erm. Brampton, 
Norfolk and Suffolk. Nerford, F*. 

Sparcolle, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. tail forked over all a chev. 
or. Hardres, Kent. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed erm. 
Nerford, F. Sir John de Sparsolle, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked and renewed erm. 
Nerford, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, erminois. Stote, Jesmond, 
Northumberland. 

Gu. a lion ramp, salient erminois. Bulmsb. 

Gu. a lion oouchant or. Eilworth. 

Gu. a lion pass. or. Hugh le Bigot, B, Hugh 
Bigot, C. Valence or Valomes. 

Gu. in chief a lion pass, guard, or. Sir Amiau 
Brett, the son, Q. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, or. Aquttainb, Z, 2. 
GuYEN, Z, 487 ; said to have been added in the 
arms of England on the marriage of Eleanor 
dan. and co-heir of William fifth duke with Heniy 
II. Barnard. Brett. Le Brett. Waines. 

Gu. crusily arg. a lion pass, guard, or. Asteley, 
F. Astley. Monsire Gerard de Lisley, Y, 

Gu. in chief a lion pass, guard, or. langaed az. 
Sir Amias Brett, tbe son, Q. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, or. crowned arg. L*islb, 
Rugemont, co. Bedford, temp. Henry III. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, crowned or. Gerard. 

Gu. a lion pass, reguard. or. Brett or Bret. 

Gu. in chief a lion pass, reguard. or. Brett. 

Gu. a lion ramp. or. Albtnetto. Efhydd ap 
GwENLLiAN, quartering Rhys i^ Marchen. 
D'Albany, Earl of Arundel, F. Le Conte 
d'ARUNDELL, B, Y ; or Arundel or Arendel, 
E, Conte de Arendel, G. Richard, Earl of 
Arundel, £*, or Abondell, Q, Le Conte 
d'ARONDELL et de Warren, quartering Warren, 
S, Le Counte de Arundel, N^ P. Earl of 
Arundel. Thomas Arundel alias Fnz-AiiAN, 
Bishop of Ely 1374, Archbishop of York 1388, 
and Canterbury 1306-1414 ; quartering chequy 
or and az., Maidstone church, and this quarteriy 
coat, with over all a surcoat arg., Radulphus de 
Arundel, Lansdowne MS, 872. ISeler, Mentry . 



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79 



BEAST. LI0S....eo9U. 

Bebkwashb. Meredith ap BtJBDDYN. Bolkbec. 
BoRHE. Bbomwich. D'Albany. Daui^eny 
or Dawbeny. John de Eston, added in a 
later hand io F. De Meschinbs. Faixebon. 
FncHETT. John le Fitz-Aij^h, A ; or Frrz- 
Al&ix, J, B. Sir Richard Fitz-Alahv, Counte 
de AnmdeU, H, Firz- Allan, quartered bj Lord 
Willooghby, U. Fitz-Alan, Earl of Amndel, 
Z, 111» 225. FoBTH. Obey. Ivey, Exeter. 
Lwcoun. Le Sr. Matbbvebs, qoartering sa. a 
fretor,r. Mebedith. NoBTHi[OBE,co.Somenet, 
and Clere, co. DeTon. O'Kebney, Ireland. M. 
Bobert de Passxle, S, Pbice, co. Denbigh. 
Pares. Stanton. Wallace, Craigie, qnarter- 
bg Lindsaj. Wallace, Helmston, quartering 
go. a fesse cheqny arg. and az. Wallace, 
Ellerslie, Neilstonn&ide, Caimhill, and KeUy. 

Go. in chief a lion ramp. or. Bebtt. 

Go. a Kon ramp, or a label of five points az. 
Hoteit de Bobqheibe, J. Berth. Bxteohxbse, 
i,Fafllf5.,6137. 

On. a lion ramp, or a label of six points az. 
Johan de Mocheoeos, Q, 

G«. a tion ramp, or over all three bars az. 

DxS3fEY. Dl8K£y. 

Go. a lion ramp, or a bend arg. Fychet, Spax- 

too, eo. Somerset. 
On. aficMi ramp, or a baton in bend erm. Fichet 

or FrrcHET, eo. Somerset. 
Go. a lion ramp or OTer all a bend erm. Falcon, 
^ y*. Falcbon, V, Fichet, V, Halton, F. 

Ga. a lioD ramp, or orer all a bendlet erm. (The 

' indent arms of ) Malet. 

X On. a Hon ramp, or over all a bend vair. Aston, 

eo. Gloncester. Sire Richard de Astone, N, 

SnuiESTEB or Skbymsheb, oo. Nottingham 

iB^ CO. Stafford. 

Go. a lion ramp, or a bend vert. Askewe. Sire 

Bt«bard Aston, co. Gloucester, temp. Edward 

m.r. 

Go. a Hon ramp, or oyer all on a bend arg. three 
cnnsw flory sa. John Gybon, D.C.L., F. 
Paths alias Oybon, confirmed 24 Not. 1570. 

Ga. a lion ramp, or over all on a bend aig. three 
crosses formy sa. Gybons or Gibbons, co. 
Glamorgan ; Ditley, co. Oxford ; and Newhall, 
CO. Wanrick. Gibon. Payne. 

Gil a Hon ramp. (?arg.) surmounted with a 
crosier in bend sinister or. Cistercian Abbey at 
BiuxLAND Beobland ot Byland, CO. York. 

Gil a Hon ramp, or over all a long cross or pil- 
grim's cmteh in bend sinister of the last. 
AagiuAinian Priory at Nbwbcboh, co. York. 

Gil a lion nunp. or over all on a bend arg. a 
torteaa betw. two crosses croslet patty fitchy 
sa. Gibbons, Stanwell Place, Middlesex, Bart. 

Ga. a liiHi ramp, or in the dexter paw a battleaxe 
vg* Sansun. 

Ga. a Boo ramp, holding an Irish axe or. 

SOEWAY, Y. 

Go. a lioii ramp, or holding a battleaxe sa. 

SccwAY, HorL IfS. 6839, fo. 46. 
Ga. a lioo ramp, or supporting a staff raguly of 

tbe last. Fobth. 
Gm, a lioo ramp, or in the dexter paw a cutlass 

n%, hiHed of the second. Dueand. 
Oa. biUety and * lion ramp. or. Anthoity. 

Bouaes. Sir Banff deBuijiER,3f, or Bolmebe, 

S, M. Banf Bolvbe, S. John Bolmeb, Bui- 

B«r, r. BuLMSB iff BuiXMEB, Essex, and co. 

lock. BinjOK, Wylton. Angustinian Prioxy 

tt Mmos, 00. YorL 



BEAST. 



LI0N....COIU. 



Gu. billety and a lion ramp, or a label of three 
points compony vert and az. Blaumesteb, F. 
Blamnosteb. 

Gu. crusily arg. a lion ramp. or. Joan d'ELSTOME 
or D'EsTOME, E, Hoburne. 

Gu. crusily and a lion ramp. or. Cafell. Corbet. 
Hopton, Hopton, co. Hereford. Wat Hopkton, 
Ey or De Hopton, F. Knell, co. Oxford and 
CO. Gloucester. Sire Wauter de Optone, N, 

OXTON. 

Gu. crusily fitohy and a lion ramp. or. Knell. 

Knill, CO. Hereford. Knyll, co. Hereford. 
Gu. replenished with estoiles and a lion ramp. or. 

Seyley. 
Gu. semy de lis arg. and a lion ramp. or. Dayall. 

London, 1650. 
Gu. semy de lis and a lion ramp. or. Mabxs, 

Steeple-Ashton. 
Gu. goutty and a lion ramp. or. Johan de 

BOLMERE, Q. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or armed and langued az. 
Abundell. Albini of Arundell, sumamed 
Pincema, extinct temp. Henry III. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or armed and langued az. holding 
in the dexter paw a scimitar arg. Sorymoeob, 
Dtmdee; created Viscount Duddop and Lord 
Scrymzeor,I5 Not. 1641. 

Gu. a trioorporated lion issuing out of the three 
comers of the esoucheon all meeting under one 
head in the fess point or armed and langued 
az. Edmond Plantaoenet (Cronchbaok), Earl 
of Lancaster, temp. Edward I. 

Gu. crusily fitchy a lion ramp, or armed and 
langued az. Le S. la Warrb, 8. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or collared arg. Benynqton, 
Benyngton, co Lincoln. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or collared of the field. Sir 
William Boxworth, co. Cambridge and Suffolk, 
temp. Edward I, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. Hall, F. 
Haye, F*. Heywabd, CO. Salop. • 

Gu. a lion ramp, or crowned az. Deorexont. 
Disobehond. Eocenon. Hall. 

Gu. a Hon ramp, crowned or. Aioremont. Hall. 
Furtho, Funho, co. Northampton. Wokingdon. 

Gu. a lion ramp, crowned or holding in tl)e paws 
a battleaxe arg. Norway, Z, 276, 654. 

Gu. a lion rampant crowned or holding a Danish 
battleaxe arg. handled of the second. Sweden. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or enraged az. Fitz-Alan, 
Arundel, Sussex. ; and Clun, co. Salop. 

Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or. Barewashe, Kent. 
Bbinton. Sir Berth, de Bobways, O. Bartho- 
lomew BuRWASHE, Q, or BouROBBYCHE and 

BOREWACHE, 8. BXTROHERSHE, F*. BUROERSH 

or BuRWASH. BuROHERSH, Z, 383. Sire Bar- 

tilmeu de Borouash, N, or Burhbsse, F. John 

B^ITRGHERSHE, Y, Sir Stephen Burwash, L. 

HAVERiNa (in Wrightwell Church, Suffolk). 

Stoakes, Artleborough, co. Northampton, 1630. 
Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or a label of three 

points az. Burwash, Kent. 
Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed or. Burohersh, 

Norfolk, and co. Devon. 
Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed or over all a 

bend az. Burewash, Kent. 
Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or over all a bend sa. 

Ware. 
Gu. a lion .... tail forked or armed az. 

BoRSWASHE, Ireland. 
Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or crowned az. 

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BEAST. 



HON.... cont. 



Gu. semy of crosses croslet fitchy and a lion ramp. 

or crowned and langued az. Knell. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or. Corbet, V, 

EvERiNOHAM. Trinitarian or Maturin Priory 

at HouNSLOw, Middlesex. Fitz-Hamon. 

Langasteb. Price. Masters, London, 1730. 

Roberts, Bow, Middlesex. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or a crescent for diff. 

Blaney, Kinsham, co. Hereford. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or impaled with az. tbree 

demi hulks of ships joined to the impaled 

line of the last. Town of Ipswich, Suffolk ; 

confirmed 1561. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or over all a bend az. 

Poldegrew or Polucrew. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or holding a rose arg. 

stalked and leaved Tert. Waster. 
Gu. billety and a lion ramp, guard, or. Angus- 

tinian Priory at Mabton, co. York. 
Gu. crusily and a lion ramp, guard, or. Aoruall. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or collared az. Sir Tho- 
mas Lancaster, Q, 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or collared arg. over all 

a (bend, F*.) bendlet or rather a dexter baston 

az. POLDEOREWE, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, or gorged with a collar 
az. charged with three fleurs-de-lis of the se- 
cond. Sir Thomas de Lahoaster, F. 

Gn. a lion ramp, guard, or crowned arg. Hall, 
00. Leicester. 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, doable tailed or. Master, 
Willesborough, Kent. 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, tail forked or supporting 
betw. the paws a rose of the field stalked and 
leaved vert. Master. Kent; and Cirencester 
and Knole Park, co. Gloucester. Master, co. 
Oxford ; granted Dec. 1568. 

Gu. a lion guard, with two bodies counter-ramp, 
or crowned az. the tails passing betw. the legs 
and reflexed over the back. Coubebton, F. 
Johif Northampton, Lord Mayor of London, 
1381. Harl MS. 1849, fo. 0. 

Gu. a lion ramp, reguard. or. Ameredith, Mars- 
ton and Tamerton, co. Devon. Blaney, co. 
Hereford. Blanet, Esham. Bowen, Troedy- 
raur, co. Cardigan. Fitzoeralo. Elystan 
Glodrudd, living 970, father of Cadwqan. 
G WYNNE, Garth, co. Brecon. Meredith, Hen- 
buiy, CO. Chester. Maurice. Morbice, Bets- 
hanger, Kent; descended from Ethelystan 
Glodrydd, Prince of Ferlys; quartering Tudor, 
Trevor, Cadwgan, and Chad wick. Monies, 
Werrington, co. Devon, with the same descent : 
Baronetcy 1661; the heiresses m.StAubyn and 
Molesworth. Pryce, Newtown, co. Montgomery, 
with the same descent ; and its branches, Pryce, 
Manariefed, co. Cardigan ; Bodfach, co. Mont- 
gomery, and Glan Miheli. Thomas, in Qhob- 
ham Church, 1570. 

Gn. a lion ramp, reguard. or. Beddoes, Cheyney 
Longville, co. Salop. Cadooan, Earl Cadogan, 
Lloyd, Ludlow, co. Salop. Lloyd, Cefndyrrys, 
and Femey Hall, co. Salop. Morris, co. York. 
Powell, Boughton-Monchensy, Kent; Ednop 
and Newton, co. Salop ; Ewhurst, Sussex ; and 
Brampton Half, co. Somerset ; Baronetcy 1661. 
All quartering arg. three boar's heads couped 
sa. two and one, as derived from Elyston Glod- 
rudd. 

Gu. a lion ramp, reguard. or armed and langued 
az. John Lloyd, Bishop of St. David's, 1686- 
87. 



BEAST. 



LION.... cont. 



Gu. a lion salient or. Dillinoton, Knighton- 
George, Isle of Wight ; Visitation 1634 ; Bare ' 
netcy 1628. 

Gu. on a mount vert a lion seyant guard, or. 
Otj>es. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per bend erm. and erminet^. 
Timberley, Suflolk. Tymferley, Suffolk, V. 
Tympley, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp, the head arg. divided by 
a line indented or erased from the body or. 
Grace, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per fess arg. and or. Grace, 
Beaconsfield, co. Bucks. Grace, Grace Castle, 
CO. Kilkenny, Bart., and Knole House, Sussex; 
descended through Grace, Ballylinch Castle, 
CO. Kilkenny, and Shanganagh (now Gracefield ), 
Queen's County, firom Grace, Barons of Courts- 
town, and Lords of Grace's country; derived 
from Raiymond Fitzwalter, sumamed Le Gros; 
quartering with gu. a saltire aig. betw. twelve 
croslets or for the ancient arms of Grace alias 
Windsor, with Butler, and Sheffield. Grace, 
Mantua House, cOr Roscommon, quartering 
Windsor, Butler, Fitzpatrick, Walsh, Sheffield, 
Dowell, and Hussey. 

Gn. a lion ramp, per fess arg. and sa. crowned or. 
Green. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per fess arg. and sa. ducally 
crowned or. Sir John Grene, Essex, F. And 
with a 3-foil vert for diff. Greene, Alderman of 
Chester, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per fess indented arg. and or. 
Grace. 

Gu. billety gold a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. 
William Bulher, Gilsland, co. York, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per pale arg. and or. Dilkb, 
CO. Leicester, co. Stafford, and co. Warwick; 
granted 10 January, 1514. Dylkes. 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, per fess or and arg. 
Trinitarian or Maturin Priory at HonNSLOW, 
Middlesex. 

Gu. a lion ramp. sa. Timperley, Timperley 
Buckford, and Longumdale, co. Chester; 
the heiress m. Massy ; HarL MS. 1535, fo. 
28,43. 

Gu. a lion pass, vair crowned or. Marney. 

Gu. a lion ramp. vair. Adam de Benbrohak, 
corrected in a later hand to Everingham, F. 
Sir Adam Everingham, J. Sir Adam de 
Everinghak, at, N, Xf co. York ; temp. Edw. I, 
F. John de Everingham, Y, M. Reynold de 
Ev'yngham, quartering sa. a bend betw. six 
croslets arg., 8. Everyngham, Pontefhtct, 
Rockley, and Birkin, and in Arksey-with-Bent- 
ley church, co. York. Marmyon, co. Gloucester. 
William Marmyon, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, vair a dexter baston or. Mon- 
sire Thomas de Everingham, F. 

Gn. a lion ramp, vair crowned or. Everingham, 
Berkinge, and co. York. Monsire Adam 
D'Everingham, F. Adam de Everinoham, E, 
Mariqon. Sir William Marmyoun, L, or 
Marmyon, L, co. Leicester, temp. Edward 
I,F. 

Gu. a lion salient vair. Everingham, co. York ; 
Barton-upon-Humber, co. Lincoln. Marmyon. 

Gu. a lion vairy or and az. Comberton. 

Gyronny of eight arg. and vert a lion ramp, guard, 
or. Evans, Allestree Hall, co. Derby. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and ermines a lion ramp, 
or. Sir Trevor Williams, Langibby Castle, co. 
Monmouth, Bart., 1730. 



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81 



BEAST. 



LLOM.^^.eofU. 



Gyroiiojof dgbienn. and 8a. a lion ramp. or. 

Boger Williams, LUngibby Castle, co. Mon- 
mouth; confirmed 1575; Baronetcy 1642 ; de- 

Beended through Rhys Goch, Lord of Ystradyw, 

eo. Brecknock, ftt>m Caradoc Vreichvras; a 

heiress m. Adams. 
GjTooDyof eight go. and sa. a lion ramp. or. 

BIathxw, W. 
Gyroony of eight or and az. a lion ramp. erm. 

MocKLow, CO. Worcester. 
Ottoiidj of eight sa. and gn. over all a lion ramp. 

or. Matthew, co. Northampton. 
Loseogy aig. and vert, a lion ramp» of the first 

Gill, co. Devon. 
Lozesg; az. and erm. over all a lion ramp. go. 

Welles. 
I/nmgy erm. and az. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

Weujes, London. 
hazmgj erm. and vert over all a lion ramp. g\i. 

Sir John WsixEs, Lord Mayor of London, 

1431, K. 
Ixneog? or and arg. a lion ramp, guard, gn. Gnx, 

An^, eo. Hertford. 
Ln«ngj or and gn. a lion ramp. arg. Gnx. 
hiuogj or and v^t a lion ramp. arg. Salfobd. 

Sattosd, F*. 
Loxengy or and vert a lion ramp, gnard. arg. 

Gtue, V. GnxE, London, and co. Warwick. 
Lttengj or and vert a lion ramp. gn. Gill. 
L»«ng7 aa. and erm. a lion ramp. gn. Welles. 
I^xecgy vert and erm. a lion ramp. gn. John 

Welles, Lord Mayor of London, 1431. 
I^aengy vert and or a lion ramp. arg. Sawfobd, F. 
l^ttsgy vert and or a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

Or ft tioo pass. az. Thohpsok, co. Buckingham. 

Or ft fioD ramp. az. Algernon, F. Boynton or 
BoxTov. Alice of Brabant, second wife of 
Kmg Henry I. Sir Piers de Breison, L. 
C40VOAN, Lord of Nannau, co. Merioneth, 
^wnger son of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, King of 
Po«7s ; fr«»n him descended the early Barons 
of Kannao, the heiress m. Rhys ap Jevan, Ba- 
ron of Kymmer; Nannet, Cefti Deaddwr, the 
hartn m. Ellis ; Nannet, Nannau, and Maes- 
j.Pindy ; Llwtd, Cwm Byehan and Caerwys ; 
TirGHAX, Nannaa (Bart.), R6g, Hengwrt, and 
I^lmelynllyn. Cocrtnbt, co. Devon ; quar- 
terioR arg. three trefoils slipped sa. 
Cbomwell. Le Counte de Deventschibe, N, 
i. i. DzvoHBHiSB, y. Fulton. Gyssors. Le 
Coote del Ile, B. Counte Vernon del Ildle 
OT de Ildue, D. Conte de Lisle, £, or Lille, 
E, HarL MS. 6137, G. Jones, London, and 
Chftoo, CO. Gloacester; impaling Creswick. 
io«a, Trewyth^i. Jones, Pentre Mawr, co. 
^eobifh. JoNS9, Larkhill, co. Lancaster; 
gartering gn. a fess dancetty erm. betw. six 
ootMs eroslet arg. Katz, quartering az. sim- 
ple, with pnrp. on a mount vert a tree ppr., and 
■g. on a meant in base vert a fox springing ppr. 
The Beverend Ino and Reverend Angarad 
ItoTD. Richard Loveix, B. Lovain, F*. Jo- 
cebaos LovAnncNsis, F. Lovain. Louvain. 
LoTATVE, Brabant. Hahon, Ireland. Mac 
IIabox, Ireland. Nannet, Maes-y-Neuadd, co. 
McriooeUi ; derived through Wynn, Glynn, co. 
Moiooeth, fktnn Osborne Fitzgerald, Lord of 
Tayvy-Maengwyn. Percy, F. Le Conte de 
VouauMBEELAKD, Sr. de Lucy; quartering 
I^ajF* 8» Benedictine Priory at St. Bees, 
^^«beriaod{ quarterly with Lucy. Sr. Henry 



BEAST. 



LIOV... .cont. 



de Percy, \ff, J, nephew of Earl Warren, KyN. 
Percy, Duke of Northumberland; quartering 
Lucy, second and third grand quarters, Percy. 
Percy, Earl of Beverley* with the same quar- 
terings. Percy, Baron Prudhoe, with the same 
quarterings, and a crescent for diff.^ and Hugh 
Percy, Bishop of Rochester, 1827; CarliNle, 
1827-56, with the same diff. Percy, Guy's Cliff, 
CO. Warwick, with the same quarterings, the 
centre point charged with a crescent arg. thereon 
a lleur-de-lis gu., adding as second and third 
principal quarters Greatheed and Bertie. M. 
Thomas Percy, £f. Sire Percy, F. Monsire 
de Percye, F. Percy, Lord of Alnwick, Z, 
111, 235, 345, 346. Redvers, Earl of Devon. 
Richard Ridvers, F. De Ripariis, Z, 419. 
RiDVERS or Rivers, Cornwall. Baldwin de 
RivEps, Earl of Devon and Lord of the Isle of 
Wight, F. Rodney. Roney. Rowlands, Ca- 
rew, Isle of Anglesea. Anian de ScHONAit, Bi- 
shop of St Asaph, 126808. Sutton. Vauohan, 

. Wengraig, Rtig, and Dol • y - Melynllyn. 
Wandford. Windesford. And with a crescent 
for diflf. Percy, Earl of Worcester, ob. 1408. 

Or on a mount vert a lion ramp. az. Jones, co. 
Hereford , and Rowe, Middlesex. Joanes, Brim* 
sey, CO. Somerset Jones, quartered by Hogg. 

Or a lion ramp. az. a label of three points gu. 
Henry Percy, 8. 

Or a Uon ramp. az. a label of five points gu. 
Joan de Monhault, E. 

Or a lion ramp. az. a bend compony arg. and go. 
Fulton, F*. Sutton, F*. Sutton, Essex. 

Or a lion ramp. az. over all a bendlet compony gu. 
and arg. Sr. de Fulton, Holt, F. Sire Johan 
de Sutton, Holdemess, F, but with a dexter 
baston instead of the bendlet, O, F. 

Or a lion ramp. az. over all a bend gu. Doxey. 
Joyre. Vessey. 

Or a lion ramp. az. debruised with a bendlet gu. 

DOKESLEY. VeSCY, F. VeSEY, F*. 

Or a lion ramp. az. a dexter baston gu. William 

Vesey (but Percy in the margin), F. 
Or a lion ramp. az. oppressed with two bendlets 

gu. Brusell. 
Or a lion ramp. az. over all on a fess gu. three 

martlets arg. Damend, F*. Damenor. 

Sir Gerard Daxeneb, F. Damner. 
Or a lion ramp. az. on a fess sa. three bezants. 

Porches, London. 
Or a lion ramp. az. holding in the dexter paw a 

long cross gu. M'Craw, Scotland. 
Or a lion ramp. az. thrust through with a sword 

of the last entering at the breast and issuing 

beneath the tail. Woodall. 
Or billety and a lion ramp. az. Dangle. Guis* 

oardus de Enoousmo, Earl of Huntingdon, 

temp. Richard II, F. Huntingdon or 

Huntington. Eichabd. 
Or crusily and a lion ramp. az. Hopton. Sir 

de LovELL, Baron Lovell, Castle Gary, 00. SO' 

merset, F, summoned to Parliament, 1848. 

Lovell or Luvel, co. Somerset Sir Richard 

LuvELLor Lovell, I, or Lovell or Louwell or 

LupELL, L, or Lovel, N, Monsire Richard 

Lovell, F. Monsire Alexander de Montfort, F. 
Or semy of estoiles and a lion ramp. az. 

Galehault. 
Or semy of hearts gu. a lion ramp. az. The old 

arms of Luneburg, Z, 871. 
Or a lion ramp. az. armed gu. Rivers, Earl of 

Devonshire. 

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Or a lion ramp. az. armed and langned gn. 

Mabon, BaroD Hartland. 
Or a lion ramp. az. crowned of the first. Clendon. 

Or a dragon vert and a lion ramp. az. crowned of 
the first combatant. Tame, co. Oxford. 

Or a lion ramp. az. crowned gn. Clevedon, 
Essex. Clyvedon. Sire Johan de Cixveboke, 
N, Sire Joban Clyvedon, Essex, temp. 
Edward I, V, 

Or a lion ramp, with two heads az. Simon Mason, 
Great Gransden, CO. Huntingdon, 1780. Mason, 
Hnnningford, co. Huntingdon. Sir John 
Mason, V, Mason, Cuckney. Mason, Mason- 
brook, CO. Galway; descended from Mason, 
Sion, Middlesex. 

Or a lion ramp. az. langued gu. Brabant. 

Or a lion ramp. az. maned gu. Ai.oernon. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked az. Sr. de Bonton, F. 
BucKiLELB. BuLKALEEL. LiSLE. WilUam de 
Percy. Wadisford, Wanbore, co. York. Chris- 
topher Wandesford, KirtUngton, co. York, F. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed az. Bonton, F*. 
Wandesford, F*. Wandesford Wandford 
Wansford or Wawsford, Kirklington, co. York, 
Bart. Wandysford. 

Or a lion i*amp. double tailed az. ducally crowned 
gu. BENTAUi, Bentall, oo. Salop. 

Or a tricorporated lion guard, issuing out of 
three comers of the esoucheon all meeting 
under one head in the fess point az. the lion at 
base ramp, to the sinister side. Nashe, W, 

Or semy of hearts and in chief a lion ramp, 
guard, az. Gothes, now Jutland, Z, 554. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. az. Aroall or Aronall. 
AoREVELL, Chedey. 

Or a lion salient az. Mumford. 

Or crusily and a lion sdient az. Richard 

LOYSLL, Y. 

Or a lion ramp. erm. Frrz Syxon. 

Or a lion ramp, erm debruised by a bendlet gu. 
VoYGE, Sudbury, Sussex ; and London. 

Or a lion pass. gu. Charlton, F*. Games. 
Ap Wenunwin, F*. 

Or alion pass. gu. crowned az. Katzenellenboobn, 
Z, 6(>6, 607, 619. 

Or a lion pass. gu. a label az. Hastinos, co. 
Oxford. 

Or a lion pass, guard, gu. Games or Gaymes, 
Newton, co. Brecknock. Bodorick. 

Or a lion hopping in a tun gu. Hopton. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. quartered by the Duke of 
Bavaria, 1342, Z, 113, 

Or a lion ramp. gu. Ap Griffith. Le Conte de 
Arondel, F, William Blethin, Bishop of 
Llanda£f, 1575-90. Bleddyn Ap Cynffin. 
BoLEBEO. Blount. Bosworth. Blythe, 
CO. Lincoln. Guy Carleton, Bishop of Bristol, 
1672-9. Le S. de Charleton, S. Le Sr. 
Charleton, T. Chari.ton, quartered by 
Tibetot and by Sutton, Lord Dudley, U. Sir 
John Charlton, F. Charleton, Apley, oo. So- 
merset, Z, 397. Charleton, Charleton Tower, 
Hesleyside, and Longlee, Northumberland; 
Baronetcy 1645 ; quartering Widdrington ; the 
heiresses m. Charlton, Talbot, and Sherburne. 
Charleton, Lea Hall, Northumberland. 

. Charlton, Ludford, co. Hereford ; and Witton, 
CO. Salop, Bart. ; a heiress m. Lechmere ; de- 
scended like Charlton, Powys Cattle, co. Mont 
gomery, a Baron 1313-53, from Charlton, Apley 
Castle. Thomas Cherlton, Bishop of Here- 
ford, 1327-44. Cohen. Coi£y. Colley, 



BEAST. UOS . ^ • . cont. 

Ireland. D*Audibert. Daniel, Wentbrook 
House, CO, Dorset; quartering az. an arm em- 
bowed issuing from clouds in base ppr. hold- 
ing in the hand a cross croslet fitchy gu., with 
vert a lymphad or. Delafold, Ireland, F. 
Monsire Delapoole, F. Dorsedly. Duff, 
Ireland. Eoerton, co. Chester. Farquharson, 
Invercauld, co. Aberdeen ; descended from the 
Thanes of Fife ; quartering arg. a fir tree grow- 
ing out of a mount in base fructed ppr. on a 
chief gu. the royal banner of Scotland displ. a 
canton of the field chanced with a dagger also 
ppr. point downwards. Farquharson, Langton 
House, CO. Dorset. Felbryoe, Norfolk, and 
CO. Huntingdon. Sir Robert de Felbridoe, J, 
Sir Roger Felbrioe,12. M. Simond Felbrioe, 
8, Mounsyer Felbridoe, r. Gould, Ireland. 
Ecvan ap Grifit, F. Griffiths, Thorn Grove 
Park, near Worcester. Guthrie, that Ilk, co. 
Forfar; quartering az. a garb or. Outhrt, 
Lunan, Scotland. Gwenwynwyn, Prince of 
Powis Wenwynwyn, derived from Bleddyn ap 
Cynfin, Prince of Powys. Hoixand, Z, 143, 
158, 316. Hasbrouoh or Hasburo. Lacy. 
I^iGH, West Hall, High Legh ; and Twem- 
low, CO. Chester ; quartering Joddrell ; derived 
from Thomas de Leigh, West Hall, Lord of a 
moiety of Lymme in 1305, eldest son of Rich- 
ard de Lymme, by Agnes, heir of Richard de 
Leigh. Leigh, now Trafford, Oughtrington, 
00. Chester ; derived from Leigh, West Hall ; 
quartering arg. a bend lozengy sa. Leigh, 
Charlestown, South Carolina, Bart. M*Bean, 
Inverness, Scotland ; quartering arg. a dexter 
hand couped apaumy gu., with arg. a sword in 
pale within a bordure indented gu., and or a 
lymphad oars in saltire sa. M*Clauchlan and 
M'Clauoblan ; quartering arg. a dexter hand 
couped fesswise holding a cross patty fitchy 
gu., with arg. in a sea in base vert a lymphad 
sails furled oars in saltire sa., and per fess arg. 
audvertin base a salmon naiantppr. McDonald, 
Slate; quartering arg. a dexter hand couped 
fesswise gu. holding a cross croslet fitchy sa., 
with arg. a lymphad oars in saltire Ha., and ptr 
fess wavy arg. and az. a salmon swimming in 
base ppr. Macdonald ; quartering or a nnk^d 
arm issuing from the sinister in fess ppr. hold- 
ing a cross croslet in pale gu., with arg. a galley 
az., and vert a salmon naiant in fess or ; all 
quartered by Lockhart. M*Donnell, Earl of 
Antrim ; quartering or a dexter hand couped 
in fess holding a cross croslet fitchy gu., with 
or a galley oars in saltire • . . . , and az. a dol- 
phin naiant .... M'Duff. Macduff, Earl 
of Fife; quartering Dufif. M'Farquhar; quar- 
tering arg. a fir tree growing out of a mount in 
base vert in the sinister chief point a sinister 
handgu. MACKiNTosH,Killachie,Scot1and; quar- 
tering or a dexter band couped fesswise holding a 
dagger palewise in chief gu. and a galley oars sal- 
tirewiseinbasesa. MACKiNTosH,Connadge, Scot- 
land, wit^ the samequarterings within a lK>rdure 
vair for difi". Mackintosh, Mackintosh, co. 
Inverness ; derived f^om Shaw, living in 1163, 
second son of Duncan M'Duff, Earl of Fife, 
Baronetcy 1612 ; quartering arg. a dexter hand 
fesswise couped at the wrist and holding a hu- 
man heart gu., with az. a boar's head couped 
or, and or a lymphad sa. surmounted by two 
oars in saltire gu. Mackintosh, Abeirardure, 
Scotland, with Uie same quarterings, all within 



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JJOiE , » , ,cont. 



ft bordure go. charged with eight annalets or. 
MicKDrrosH, KiDrara, Scotland ; quarteriDg or 
a Ijmphad oars erect in saltire sa., with az. 
a boar's head eonped or. M*Lachuln, Kil- 
eboan ; quartering arg. a dexter arm fesswise 
oonped gu. holding a cross patty fitchy sa, 
liih per fes8 wavy arg. and vert a galley 
saUs furled sa. flags go., and per fess or 
aod vert in hase a salmon naiant arg. 
U^LAVCBLkSy Scotland ; quartering arg. a dex- 
t«r hand fesswise couped gu. holding a cross 
enwlet fitcby sa., with or on a sea in base a gal- 
ley sails furled and oars in saltire sa. flags gu., 
and arg. on a sea in base a salmon naiant ppr. 
M'Lachlaji, Trinidad, granted 1787 ; quarter- 
ing arg. a dexter hand couped fesswise gu. 
bolding a cross formy fitcby az., with arg. in 
bafte the sea thereon a galley oars in action and 
sails forled sa. flags iju., and per fess arg. and 
ftz. a fish naiaiit in base or ; over all dividing 
the quarters a leopard's face gold. Mallort 
or MiLLOBii, Papwiirth, co. Cambridge, and 
Crkbie-Hallone, co. Leicester. Madoc, Lord 
of Mawddwy, co. Merioneth, younger son of 
G««wynwyn ; quartering Athelystan Glodrydd 
aad Todor Trevor; the heiress m. lorwerth, 
«W*«t son of Owen Brogyntyn. Le Counte 
Mauschall, J. Randolph Meschinbs, third 
Earl of Chester, X. M. Robert Musohoros, D. 
John HusKoBOB, F. Owen, AdbrighUy, co. 
Salop. David ap Owen, Bishop of St. Asaph, 
iwauis. Petitt. Le Sire de la Pou:, N, 
Wilbam Poole, F. Powib. Ranulph. Mervin 
ap Hhoobi Mawb. Rowland, Carew, Isle of 
Anglesea. St. Glebe, Suffolk. Sblbbidoe. 
SocLAiB, Mey, Scotland ; quartering az. a ship 
Kfliehor within a royal tresaure or, with az. a 
tbig^ in full sail or, over all divi<Ung the quar- 
teni a cross engr. sa. Stbechb. Hughe 
TruBEKviLs, A. Yaughan. Vivah. Vivian. 
WiLB. We EMS, Riris, Scotland; quartering 
Forbes. Griffid ap Wenttnwyn, E. Griffith le 
fitz Wbhojiwen, F. Ap Wbnxtnwin, Lord of 
P(iwya,F. 

Or a hoo ramp, tail erect gu. Randolph 
MncHDnu, Earl of Chester, temp. William I, 
T; Z, 47. 

Or a hon ramp. go. debmised by a hend arg. 
Fms, Earldom, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp. gn. over all a bendlet eoropony of 
the second aod first. March. 

Or a lion ramp. gn. over all a bend sa. Cokeley. 
Dbl&poolb. Hokelet, F. Poole or Pooley, 
00. Chester. Sir Lewis de la Poole, co. Ches- 
tcf, temp. Edward III, F. Steuabt, Fother- 
gate, Scotland. 

Or a Bon ramp. go. over all a dexter baston sa. 
Sire Lowys de la Pole, N, 

Or a Hon ramp. go. surmounted by a ribbon sa. 
AnEXKETHT, of that Ilk, CO. Fife, temp. Robert I ; 
the eoheirB m. Stewart, Lind^tay, and Lesly. 
Asebxbthy, Boihemay, created Lord Saltoun 
«f Abemethy, 145ft. 

Or a boD ramp. gn. over all a hend sinister sa. 
FuruLET or Fabelet. 

Or a lioa ramp. go. over all on a hend sa. an 
vrow arg. Spencb, Kerbuster, Scotland. 

Or a boo ramp. go. on a bend sa. a buckle hetw. 
tvomaadeaarg. SpENCE,Wormeston,ScoUand. 

Or a Hoo ramp. gu. over all on a bend indented 
•a. an oval boekte tongue upwards betw. two 
arg. Spekoe, Edinburgh. 



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LION....c(mt. 



Or a hon ramp. gu. over all on a bend wavy sa. 
an oval buckle tongue upwards betw. two 
mascles arg. Spenoe, Edinburgh. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend sa. three 
lozenges or. Spens, Craigsanquhar, co. Fife : 
descended Jhrom Spens, Lathallan ; quartering 
gyronny of eight or and sa. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all on a hend embattled 
oounter-embattledaz. three mascles of the field. 
Spsnce, London. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bend raguly az. 
three mascles arg. Spence. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all on a hend az. three 
bezants. Bockinohah, Suffolk. Bokynham, 
F*. BucKiNOHAM, Lord Mayor of London, 
170ft. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all on a bendlet az. 
three hezants. Bokynham, Suffolk, F. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all two bendlets sa. 
Aberneth. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. surmounted by a fess az. 
Macfie or M*Phib, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. over all a fess chequy az.and 
arg. Stewart, Scotatoun, Scotland, New Be- 
gitter. 

Or a lion ramp, supporting a saltire engr. couped 
gu. John Wolton, Bishop of Exeter, 1579-94. 

Or billety and a lion ramp. gu. Vian. 

Or orusily and a lion ramp. gu. Long, London. 

Or crusily fitcby and a lion ramp. gu. (?) Lewis 
de Cherleton, Bishop of Hereford, 1361 -9. 

Or the field replenished with estoiles az. a lion 
ramp. gu. Gallyhalt. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. armed arg. Delafield, 
Ireland. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. armed and langued az. 
Farquharson, Haughton, co. Ab(*rdeen ; quar- 
tering Cuming and Ogilvie. M'Duff, Earl of 
Fife. Shaw, Rothiemurchus, Scotland ; quar- 
tering arg. a fir tree growing out of a mount in 
hase vert on a dexter canton of the field a dex- 
ter hand fesswise couped bolding a dagger all 
ppr. Wemyss, Bogie, co. Fife, Bart., quarter- 
mg arg^ a lion ramp. sa. Wemys, DHuesfort, 
CO. Kilkenny. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. armed and langued of the 
field. Bleddyn-ap-Cynfyn, King of Powys, 
and, by usurpation, of North and South Wales, 
heir of Mervyn, King of Powys, third son of 
Rhodri Mawr, King of Wales ; from whom de- 
scended the Princes of Powys-Fadoc ; Griffith 
Maelor, Bromfield; Owen Brogyntyn, Edeir- 
nion, Dinmail, and Abertanat ; Cynric Efell, 
Eglwys Egle; Einion Efell, Cynllaeth ; through 
the Princes of Powys- Wenwynwyn (the heirs 
m. Charlton and lorwerth ap Owen Brogyn- 
tyn) Foulk ap John ap William, Lord of 
Mawddwy, co. Merioneth, temp. Edward 1, the 
heiress m. de Burgh ; Rhywidlon ap Cynfyn ; 
lorwerth Goch, Mocbmont ; and through Ca- 
dwgan, Nannau, Jones, Trewythan and Rhiew- 
port, CO. Montgomery; quartering sa. three 
nag's heads arg. Vauohan, oo. Carmarthen. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. collared arg. Bembleb, 
Suffolk. Beynclere, Suffolk. Boswobth. 
Sir William de Boxworthe, N. Boywarke. 
Mallory, Studley and Houghton-Conjers, co. 
York. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. gorged with a crown arg. 

Beaucleb, Suffolk. 
Or a lion ramp. gn. collared of the first. Malory, 
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BEAST. UON .... cont. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. ducally gorged of the field. 

CUIJEY. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. gorged with a ducal coronet 

ppr. CoiXET. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. collared and chained of the 

field. ASHEMDEN. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. crowned az. Gleveden. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned az. Dietz. 

Or on a mount vert, a lion ramp, crowned gu. 
MoxraT. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. crowned gold. Bledrlyn ap 
Cynfyn. Cheyone, Harl. MS, 6137, fo. 44, 

Or a lion ramp. gu. crowned gold over all on a 
bend sa. three bezants. Cornewall, quarter- 
ing Pourcell. HarL MS., li4U, fo. 102. . 

Or a lion ramp. gu. couped in all the joints of 
the first. Maitland, Lethington, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp, tail erect gu. Randolph de 
Meschines, first Earl of Chester and Cumber- 
land, Y; Z, 47. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed gu. Sir 
Roger de Chaundos, co. Chester, temp. Ed- 
ward III, V. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. BRUEas. Henry 
BuRWASH or BuROHURSH, Bish'op of Lincoln, 
1320-40. BartbolomewBuRWASHE,Q. Candisub, 
CO. Chester. Caundis. John Chandos, Y, 
Chandoys or Cuandoz, co. Chester. M. 
Antoyn Malloey, S, Malory, co. Leicester. 
Powis. Trane, temp. Henry IV. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed gu. Bemeler. 
Chaundos, F*. Mallory, V*. 

Or crusily and a lion ramp, tail forked gu. Sir 
Robert Yenoxjr, oo. Lincoln, temp. Edward 
III, V. 

. Or a lion ramp, tail forked coward gu. Caundis. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. and armed az. 
Bartholomew Buewashe, the King's Chamber- 
lain, Q, 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. collared arg. 
Anthony Malory, K. Belher. Bencleder or 
Benyeler. Beynclere, Sufiblk. Mallory, 
Stodley. Sire Johan de Seincler, N. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. collared or. 
Bencleder or Benyeler. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed gu. col- 
lared arg. St. Clere, Sufiblk. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed and ducally crowned 
brandishing in the dexter paw a falchion all gu. 
Paul, MiddUesex ; granted 1758. 

Or a lion ramp, guard, gu. Bauzon. Cbeswick. 
Horon, 1730. Roberts, Wales. 

Or a lion i-amp. guard, gu. collared arg. Bencher, 
BoxwoRTH, CO. Cambridge. Boxwrey. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. gu. Ferns, Ireland. 
OuTHRiE, Halkertoun, Scotland. Outhry, 
Forfar, Scotland ; quartering az. three garbs or, 
all within a bordore indented arg. Roberts, 
1730. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. gu. holding in the dex- 
ter paw a cross croslet fitchy az. Guthry, 
Kingsedward, Scotland. 

Qr a lion ramp, reguard. gu. seizing with his 
mouth the top of a spear in bend sinister sa. 

DiAS. 

Or a lion * embelif ' gu. John Felbrigge, Y. 
Or a lion salient gu. Felbrido. Felbrioe. Sire 

Roger Felbrigoe, N, or Felbrioe, temp. 

Edward III, F. 
Or a lion salient respectemt gu. Morish. 
Or a lion rfMmp. per fess az. and gu. Sir Ralph 

Sadleir, temp. Henry VIII and Elizabeth; 



BEAST. UON.,..cofU. 

his descendants were Sadleir, Standon, co. 
Hertford, the heiress m. Aston ; Sadleib, 
Everley, co. Wilts ; Sadler or Sadlieb, Arle 
Court, CO. Gloucester, and Purton, co. Wilts ; 
Sadleir, Temple Dinsley, co. Hertford, and 
Apsley Guise, oo. Bedford; baronetcy I06I; 
the heiress m. Moody. Sadijbir, Sopwell Hall 
and Sadleir's Wells, co. Tipperary ; a heiress 
m. Bury and Prittie ; descended from Sahleiii, 
Sopwell, CO. Hertford; the heiress m. 1062, 
Saunders. 

Or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and az. Sadler, co. 
Hertford, 1730. 

Or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and sa. Mousyer 
John Cheney; quartering chequy or and az. a 
fess gu. fretty erm., T. Lenstofte. Lovetoft, 
CO. Huntingdon, V, 

Or a lion ramp, per fess sa. and gu. De Lovetoft 
De LovETOT or De Luvetot, Lord of Hallam, 
CO. York, in an old house and the Priuiyat 
Worksop. Priory of Augustinian CanoDs, ab*o 
called Radford Priory, at Worksop, Co. Not- 
tingham. 

Or a lion ramp. purp. Lacy, F*. Lincoln's 
Inn (of Court), London. Le Counte de 
Lincolne, Y. Neale alias Nigill. Conte 
de Nicole, G. Henry de Lacy. Couote 
de NicHOLE, H, J, N. Henry Earl of Lincoln, 
K, Le Conte de Nichole, P. Henry Lascy, 
Earl of Lincoln, temp. Edward III, K. Lact, 
Earl of Lincoln, Z, 

Or a lion ramp. ppr. Deaite, Cobsall, oo. Not- 
tingham, W, 

Or a lion ramp. purp. collared arg. Sir William 
Baskworthe or Bolkwoethy or Balkworthy, 
L, 

Or a lion pass. sa. Dinghax. Pynock, Fraoce. 
Pynoke, London, 1730. Lloyd, co. Montgo- 
mery ; quartering purp. three falcons or, with 
gu. three horse's heads erased arg., and 
purp. a falcon or. Ludlow, co. Salop. Twist. 

TUDER, F. 

Or a lion pass, guard, sa. Twist. 

Or a lion pass, guard, sa. crowned go. 
Beauchamfe, Essex. 

Or a lion itunp. sa. Barker. Beton or Betune. 
M. Robert de Betune, D, Bromwyck. Renad 
de CuvEDONE, F, Creswick, Sheffield. 

Erpingwold. Flanders. Robert the Prison, 
Earl of Flanders, Z, 313, 402. Griffith. 
GwAETHVOED, King of Cardigan and Pnnce of 
Gwent. Hadlow. Henault,^, 113, 158,316. 
JuLiOH or JuLiERS, Z, 216, 326, 480. Langton, 
Windsor, co. Berks. Sir Christopher de 
Ludlow, R, Ludlqw, Stokesay and Hodnet, 
CO. Salop, Z,Si9, Mathew, Thomastown, co. 
Tipperary ; created Baron Mathew and Eirl of 
Llandaff ; quartering Jestyn ap Gurgant. Sir 
David ap Mathew, Lord of IJandaff^ co. Gla- 
morgan, Standard-bearer of England, temp. 
Edward lY ; descended through Aeddan, Lord 
of Grosmont, co, Monmouth, from Gwaethvoed, 
King of Cardigan and Prince of Gwent; quar- 
tering Russell, Clare differenced, and Flemyng; 
tomb in Llandaff cathedral. Sir William 
Mathew, Radyr, his grandson, quartering Jes- 
tyn ap Gurgant. Mathew, Stansted, Su.s8ex. 
Mathews, Linton, co. Hereford. Mathew, 
Birkeswell, co. Warwick. Mathews, Bonnets- 
town, CO. Kilkenny, Ireland. Tobias Mathew 
or Matthew, Bishop of Durham 1595, Arch- 
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IIOV... .cont. 



of) Mathew or Math£ws, Hensol Castle, and 
Castle Meoyeh, co. Glamorgan ; descended firom 
Sir David ap Mathew; the heiress m. Talbot; 
from this branch descended Mathews, Upton 
Grey, and Alton, co. Hants. Mathews, Cadiz. 
Matthew, Ireland. Mobton, Camma, Scot- 
land. Nebtost, Essex, temp. Edward I. 
PiKisGHAM. Poi.ET,Poley, CO. Hertford; Boxted 
aod Badley, SaffoUc. Foley, Boxted, Saffolk,r. 
Poole, Lord Powis. Powley, Radley, Suffolk. 
Bolls. Benedictine Priory at St. Bees, Com- 
berlaod; qnarterly with Lacy for Percy. 
MoDsire de Stanlow, Y, Stanton, Ireland. 
Stacktos. Wakefobd, Norfolk. Welles, 
Grebby Hall, eo. Lincoln ; quartering Dymoke, 
Ladlow, Marm jnn, Kilpec, Hebden, Rye,Welles, 
Kngayne, Waterton, Sparrow, Talboys, fitzwith, 
UmfraTille. Kyme, and Waterhoose. Walkfare, 
Norfolk. WEinrrs, Unthank. Wolvey. Wood, 
Godshall, CO. Somerset. 

Or i tioD ramp, tail erect sa. M. John Ludlow 
or LcDLow, Y, or de Lodlowe, 8. 

Or a lioo ramp. sa. a hibel of three points gu. 

BlIPIEB. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. a label of five points gn. 
fisTos or Betune. Dampiers. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. over all a bend compony gu. 
and arg. Sir Bobert Bavent, F. Faussett, 
Boeh^ter, aod Heppington, Kent ; qaartering 
Biyan, Godfrey, and Toke. Forsett, V, 
FoBssT or FoRSKTT, Middlesex,161 1. Fawcett. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. over all a bendlet oompony 
go. and arg. Forssett, V, 

Or a Hon ramp. sa. over all a bend gn. Flanders. 

Or a Hon ramp. sa. over all a bendlet gu. 

fLOTE, 

Or a lion ramp. sa. over all on a bend gn. three 

escallops arg. Gibbins. Gybbons or Guybom, 

Stratcbet, Norfolk. Gubyon, V, 
Or a Con ramp. sa. over all on a bendlet gu. 

three escallops arg. Gubyon, Norfolk, W, 
Or a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess gu. Powell, 

Sandford, oo. Oxford. Sutton, V, 
Or a lion ramp. sa. on a fess gu. three 

mullets of the field. Gasaubon, quartered by 

Pnrdun. 
Or t lion ramp. sa. over all on a fess az. three 

beianu. Pobcues. Sir William Purcuas, 

London, V. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. over all on a fess of the last 

tkree bezants. Thwattes, Ireland. 
Or t lioo ramp. sa. in the dexter forepaw a fleur- 
de-lis az. Laffan, Bart. 
Or a hoo nimp. sa. in the dexter paw a torteau. 

Gatth Gattky or Gatty. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. supporting a ragged staff az. 

Wilusby. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. thrust through with two 

tvords in saltire ppr. Walters. 
Or bdlety and a lion ramp. sa. Bbabouch or 

BtUBoucH. Bbubouchb. CosAifs. Imbert. 

Tkbckt. 
Or bilkty and a lion ramp. sa. over all a bend gu. 

COSARS. 

Or cTMly gn. and a lion ramp. sa. Dbiatache. 

BOCHS. 

Or erwdly and a lion ramp. sa. Rondulf D'Ab- 
fiARiE or Ardbrnb, E, or Ardern, F, Bombl, 
Dofield, oo. Derby, originally from Flanders ; 
(he h«ir«sa m. Colvile. Brewes, co. Gloucester. 
BaoKUE, eo. Gloucester. 

Or a hen camp, sa, armed gu. Clynoe. 



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Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. 
Ludlow, Morehouse, co. Salop. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. chained of the tirst. Phillips, 
Newport House, Cornwall. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. collared gu. and chained of 
the first. Sir T. Phillip ap Meredith ap 
Bladerixe, V. Meredith, F*. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. collared and chained of the 
first. Phillips, Wales. Phillipps. 

Or a lion ramp, coward sa. Ludlow. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. ducally crowned arg. Sir 
Hngh CuvEDON, V. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. crowned arg. Chendon or 
Cbenedon. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. crowned gu. Beauchamp, 
Essex. Beauchahpe, Fyfeld, F. Sir Johan 
de Beuchamp, N, Clendon. Cundan or 
Clindon. Sir John Glifdon, L. Remund or 
Benaud de Cuvbdon, E. Reymond (in margin 
Renauld) de Cuvedon, F. De Nauur. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and crowned gu. 
Clisdon. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. crowned gu. pearled of the se- 
cond. Beauchamp, Fifield, Essex. 

Or a lion ramp, crowned sa. Clevedon. 

Or a lion ramp, tail erect sa. M. John Ludlow 
or Ludlow, F, or de Ludlowe, 8. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked sa. Brockas. Bbuyeb 
or Bruybres. Cressy, Essex. Stanlaw. 
Gerard Stantlowe, Y. Adam de Welle, K, F. 
Sir Adam de Welles, N, Sir Adam de Velles, 
H, Wells, Kent ; and Grimsby, co. Lincoln. 
Le S. de Welles, £•, F, or Wells, T. Adam 
Dominus de Welles, F. John Lord WEixSjiT, 
417. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed sa. Dewelles. De 
Welles, F*. 

Or a hon ramp, tail forked sa. a label gu. Cressy, 
Essex. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked sa. over all a bend com- 
pony gu. and arg. Banent. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed sa. over all a bend 
compony gu. and arg. Bavent. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed sa. over all a bend 
gu. Bures.. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked sa. over all a dexter 
hasten gu. Sire Felip de Welles, N, 

Or crusily and a lion ramp, tail forked and re- 
newed sa. Sir Peres de Breouse, N, 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked sa. armed and 
langued gu. Welles, quartered by Lord Wil- 
loughby, U, 

Or a lion ramp, guard, sa. Lewis, St. Pierre, co. 
Monmouth; descended through Llewellen, 
Lord of St. Clair and Tredegar, from Cadivor, 
Prince of Divet, co. Pembroke. 

Or a lion ramp, guard, sa. armed arg. Lincolne. 

Or a lion ramp, guard, sa. armed gn. Yoyde, 
Gwaythe, co. Cardigan, Wales. 

Or a lion ramp, guard, tail forked sa. Brockas. 

Or a lion ramp, reguardant sa. Guay. Cadivor 
ap GwAETHvoED, Lord of Cardigan Iscoed. 
GwAETHVOED, King of Cardigan, and by mar- 
riage Prince of Gwent, head of one of the royal 
tribes of Wales. Jenkin, Higher St. Columb, 
Cornwall. Jenkins, Bicton Hall; descended 
firom Jenkins, Abbey Foregate, co. Salop; 
quartering Bagot and Muckleston. Jenkins, 
CO. York. Jenkyns, York and Rusby, co. York. 
Jenkyn, Trekening, Cornwall ; the co-heirs m. 
St. Aubyn, Slaming, Trelawney, and Cary. 
William Lloyd, Bishop of Llandaff, 1675, Pe- 



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terborough, 1679, Norwich, 1685-91. Lotd or 
Llotd, CO. Stafford ; Keyswio, co. Merioneth ; 
and Maringtoo, co. Salop. Robert Morgan, 
Bishop of Bangor, 1666-73. Moyt. Price, 
CO. Carnarvon. Pryse, Gogerddan, oo. Cardi- 
gan; derived through Rhydderch ap levan 
Lloyd, from Gwaeth-Voed, Lord of Cardigan ; 
the heiress m. Loveden. Vadohan, Lreland. 
Gwaithvoed Vawr, ob. 1057. Wells. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. holding betw. the fore 
paws a flenr-de-lis .... Prtce. 

Or a lion ramp, regaard. sa. armed and langaed 
gu. Jones, Lancych or Blaencych, co. Pem- 
broke, and Pennar, oo. Cardigan, quartering 
Lloyd. 

Or a lion salient sa. Felbridge, F. 

Or a lion ramp. vair. Monsire Wakehide 
D'Arderne, Y. 

Or a lion ramp, vair a dexter baston go. Monsire 
Raufe de Beaupre, Y. 

Or a lion vert. Bortraux. 

Or a Hon pass. vert. Bartrah. 

Or a lion ramp. vert. Robert Bertram, E, 
Bartram, K. Botreux. Buret. Dardbrne. 
Dudley. Grace. Pollymore. Richard de 
Poltimore, F. Robesard, V. Robsart, V, 
Robesarde, V*, Rollymore. Richard Sutton, 
F. Sir Richard Sutton, I, or de Sottone, N. 
Walkinoton. Wallinoton. Ward, 

Or a lion ramp, vert and a label go. Sire Johan 
de SoiTTONE, N. 

Or a lion ramp, vert and a label of five points gu. 
Senton, CO. Dncoln. 

Or a lion ramp, vert over all a fess arg. Sutton, 
CO. Berks. 

Or a liOD ramp, vert armed and langaed gu. 
Primrose, Dalmeny, Scotland ; quartering arg. 
on a fess az. betw. three primroses vert as 
many mullets or. 

Or a lion ramp, vert armed and langued go. over 
all on a fess purp. three primroses of the field. 
Primrose, Carrington, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp, vert crowned gu. Robsart. 

Or a lion ramp, crowned vert Hbndmarsh. 

Or a lion ramp, tail erect vert» Waklin de 
Arderne, G, 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked vert. Dudley. Dudley, 
Earl of Northumberland, Z, 338, 442, 537. 
Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Baron Denbigh. 
Dudley, twentieth Earl of Warwick. Sutton, 
DominuB Dudley, F. Sir Richard Sutton, co. 
Lincoln, F. Sutton, Sutton, co. Chester, and 
Knight Grange. 

Or a lion ramp, double taUed vert William 
Dudley, Bishop of Durham, 1476-83; quarter- 
ing .... a cross moline .... with .... two 

lions pass Sutton, co. Lincoln. Sutton, 

F*. Sutton, Over Haddon, co. Derby, temp. 
Henry YI ; descended firom Sutton, Sutton, co. 
Chester. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked vert over all on a fess 
aig. three torteaux. James Sutton, co. Ches- 
ter, F. 

Or a lion ramp, tail forked vert armed and Ian- 
gued gu. Sir Edward Sutton, Lord Dudley ; 
quartering Paganel with Malpas and Tibetot 
with Charlton, U. 

Or a lion ramp, guard, vert Robsert. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. vert Hume, England, 
1730. 

Or on a ground in base vert a lion salient of the 
last royally crowned a^. Hastib, Scotland. 



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Paly of four or and az. over all a lion ramp, 
counterohanged. Clopton, co. Warwick. Sir 
Hugh Clopton, Lord MaYor of London, 1491, 
F; quartering per pale or and az. a cross formy 
fitchy counterchanged. He built the great stone 
bridge at Stratford-upon-Avon. Cockfield, 
Essex, F*. CocKFEiLD, Essex, F. 

Paly of six gu. and or a lion pass, guard, arg. 
( The ancient arms of) Mallet, Enmore, co. 
Somerset 

Paly of six gu. and or a lion statant guard, arg. 
Mallet. 

Paly of six or and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Clopton, co. Warwick. 

Paly of six sa. and erm. a lion ramp. arg. 
Daniell, CO. Gloucester. 

Paly of eight arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. 
Nicholas Stratford, Bishop of Chester, 1689- 
1707. 

Paly of eight arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp, 
sa. Griffith Maelor, Lord of Bromfield, eldest 
son of Madoc ap Meredith, last Prince of 
Powys-Fadoc ; from whom descended Owen ap 
Griffith Vychan, Lord of Glyndwrdwy, oo. Me- 
rioneth, the Owen Glendower of English writers, 
Z, 224 ; the heiresses m. Adda ap lorworth, 
Scudamore, Croft, Ruthyn, and Momington. 
Tudor ap Griffith Vychan, Lord of G wyddelwem, 
00. Merioneth, brother of this Owen ; the heiress 
m. Griffith ap Einion. Mayland. 

Paly of eight gu. and arg. a lion ramp. sa. Owain 
Glyndowr. Griffith Maelor, a son of Madoc 
ap Meredith. 

Paly of eight or and vert a lion ramp. sa. 

DONINGE. 

Paly gu. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. 
Bbllerb. 

Per bend arg. and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Yenour. 

Per bend sinister arg. and az. semy of ermine 
spots or over all a Uon ramp, of the last armed 
and langued gu. Lloyd, oo. Cardigan. 

Per bend arg. and gu. a lion ramp, ooanter- 
changed. Freskerell, F. 

Per bend arg. and sa. a lion ramp, connter- 
changed. Owen, Wales. Kihford. Radford 
or Ratford. Ritford. 

Per bend arg. and sa. a lion ramp, tail forked 
counterohanged. Ratford. 

Per bend az. and arg. a lion ramp, ooonter- 
changed. Francis, co. Derby, W. 

Per bend sinister wavy az. and arg. a lion ramp, 
counterchanged. Venour. 

Per bend az. and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Frances. 

Per bend wavy az. and or a lion ramp, ooonter- 
changed. Vennor or Yenor. 

Per bend az. and vert a lion ramp.u^. Schbfield. 

Per bend sinister erm. and ermines over all a 
lion ramp. (? ai^.). Lloyd, Rhagatt, co. Me- 
rioneth ; Berth, oo. Denbigh ; derived fh>m 
Tudor Trevor. 

Per bend erm. and ermines a lion ramp. or. 
Edwards, Brislington, co. Somerset. Lloyd. 

Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 
or. Davies, London, and co. Salop. Dayis, 
CO. Denbigh. Dymock, co. Warwick ; granted 
1581. Dymock, Penley Hall, co. Flint; and 
Ellesmere, co. Salop ; descended through David 
ap Dai Madoc, whose name, by mutation, be- 
came David Damoo or Dymock, from Rhys 
Sais. DymokBjF. Edwardes, Chirk. Edwards, 



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BEAST. LION....eofit. 

Exeter. Edwabdb, Northowrftii, co. York. 
Kdwasdb, FftTDcott, Liddonie, and Lea CasUe, 
eo. Salop; Welhani, co. Leicester; and Chirk, 
CO. Denbigh ; descended from Tudwr Trevor. 
Hosxza, Croukton, co. Salop. Jones, V. Mat- 
thew Mawson, Bishop of Llandaff, 1730 ; Chi- 
chester, i7iO; Ely, 1754-70. Lloyd, Lexton 
KdoUs and Penley. Mostyk, Baron Vanx; 
quartering Vanx. Mosttv, Mostyn Hall, co. 
Jlint, Bart Mosttn, Pengwem, Llanwnda, 
Korth Wales ; descended from Mostyn, Mostyn. 
PxssAin. John Tbevaur, Bishop of St. Asaph, 
1^.7; and another, 1395-1402. Richard 
Trktob, Biflhop of St. Daidd's, 1744 ; Durham, 
1752-71. Tbetob, F. Tudob-Trevor. Tuther, 
F. Sir John TBBYOBjBrynkynalt, CO. Denbigh, 
1780. YoBOE,F. YouHo. Wynne, Eyarth. 

Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp, 
or a crescent for diff. Jbnkenb or Jbnkyns. 
MosTYX, Talacre, co. Flint, Bart. 

Per bend aoister erm. and ermines a lion ramp, 
or anned and langned gu. Edwards, London. 
Perust, Bagili. Pennaht, Jamiuca, of which 
vere the late Lord Penrhyn ; Dawkios Pennant, 
Pflorhyn Castle, co. Caernarvon; quartering 
Dtwkins, with Yswittan Wyddell, Philip Phich- 
dan, and Omfl^d Lloyd ; and Pennant, Holy- 
veil; all branches of Pennant, Downing and 
Bjehton, co. Flint; derived through Madoc 
ap Meilk, from Rys Sais, living 1066, great- 
gwat grandson of Tudor Trevor. Trevor. 

Per bend «imister erm. and erminois a lion ramp, 
or. Eddows. Hill Trevor, Viscount Dun- 
gannon; quartering HiU. Tudor Trevor, Lord 
of Whittington, co. Salop, living 024; from 
»booi descended Eyton, Eyton, Erddlis and 
B^sham ; derived from Eyton, Rhiwabon, the 
b«ref»of Rhiwabon m. Evans; Mostyn, Mostyn, 
eo. Flint, Bart. ; Mostyn, Bryngwyn ; Mostyn, 
Segrwyd; Mostyn, Talacre, co. Flint, Bart.; 
Mosmi, Bodscallan, co. Anglesey, the heiress 
m. Wynn ; Mostyn, Kilken, co. Flint, the heir- 
esa m. Edwards ; Pennant, Bychton and Down- 
ing, 00. FUnt ; and Pennant, Lord Penrhyn. 

Per bend ainister erm. and ermines a lion salient 
or armed and langned gu. John Trevaur, Bi- 
ahop of Si. Asaph, 1352-7. 

Par bend nnister erm. and pean a lion ramp, or 
gorged with a wreath of oak vert and support- 
ing in the dexter forepaw a sword erect ppr. 
praid and hilt gold. I^yd, Lancing, Sussex, 
Bert. 

Pa- bend sinister erm. and sa. a lion ramp. or. 
PtoiAjrr. K. 

P» bend go. and arg. & lion salient counter- 
eh^ljed. Rossis, ^at Dk. 

Per bend oebnly gu. and az. a lion ramp. or. 
WoKvnoTON, Dublin. 

Per bend sinister or and aig. a Hon ramp, coun- 
KrriMaiged. Damock. 

Per bend sinister dovetwled or and az. a lion 
ranp. doable tailed erm. Stuckby, Weston, co. 
Devon : frcmUd 1759. 

Per beod wavy or and as. a lion ramp, counter- 
chafed. VsNotm. 

IW bc»d sinister wavy br and az. a lion ramp. 
afiODterehanged. Venour, F. 

Fir bend or and aa. a lion ramp, connterchanged. 
Alukib, eo D^rby. Francis, F«. Simpson, co. 
York. 

P«r beod iDveeked or and sa. a lion ramp, conn- 
FsENCHy Pershore, co. Worcester. 



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BEAST. 

Per bend nebuly or and aa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Simpson, Foston Hall, co. York. 
Simpson, Stainford, co. York. Symson, Podding- 
haU Garth, co. Durham. Sympson, Polton, co. 
Bedford. Thomas Sympson, co. Rutland, F. 
Per bend (?) or and sa. * embelif ' a lion ramp. 

connterchanged. Adam Fraunces, Y. 
Per bend sinister or snd sa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Adam, F*. Frances. Adam Francis, 
W, Fraunceys, Lord Mayor of London, 1352 
and 1853. Simson. Sympson, Kent. 
Per bend sinister or and sa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed holding betw. the paws a gauntlet az. 
Edward Simpson, Lichfield ; granted .... 
Per bend sinister or and sa. a lion ramp, coun- 
terchanged armed and langued gu. Simson, 
Lamarsh, Essex. 
Per bend sinister or and sa. a lion ramp, double 
tailed connterchanged. Sympson, Winkton,co. 
Hants ; quartering Walcott. 
Per bend sa. and arg. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Sir Henry Ratforo, F. 
Per bend sinister sa. and arg. crusily and a lion 

ramp, all connterchanged. Lodge. 
Per bend .... and .... semy of roundles with a 
lion ramp, connterchanged. Lodoe, Ireland. 
Per bend sa. and az. a lion ramp, connterchanged. 

Ratford, F*. 
Per bend sinister sa. and erm. a lion ramp. or. 

Edwards, Henslow, co. Bedford, and London. 
Per bend sa. and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Frances. Sir Adam Francis, F. Sir Edward 
Francis, co. Derby, W, 
Per bend sinister sa. and or a lion ramp, coun- 
terchanged. Adam Francis, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1352. M. Adam Franceis, S. 
Per bend wavy sa. and or a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Simpson or Simson. Sympson. 
Per chev. arg. and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed (sometimes collared or). Giles or 
Gyles, Bowden, co. Devon ; VititaXion 1620; 
the heiress m. Gipps. 
Per chev. arg. and purp. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Giles, co. Devon. 
Per chev. az. and gu. a lion salient erm. 

Howard. 
Per chev. az. and gu. a lion salient erm. crowned 

.... Howard, F*. 
Per chev. gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. ducally 

crowned or. Heyward, Wenlock, co. Salop. 
Per chev. gu. and or a lion ramp, barry nebuly 

arg. and az. Langley, F*. 
Per chev. gu. and or a lion ramp. vair. 

Langley, W, 
Per chev. or and az. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 

Lane, co. Northampton. Sir John Lane, F. 
Per chev. engr. or and sa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Barker, W, Barker, Hurst, co. 
Berks ; and Warwick. 
Per chev. nebuly or and sa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Barker, Essex. 
Per chev. nebuly (or rather wavy) or and vert a 

lion ramp, counterchanged. Barker, W, 
Per chief az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

Aston. 
Per chief az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gu. on 
an escucheon of the second three ducal coronets 
or two and one being an augmentation given 
by Guatavus Adolphus, King of Sweden* Sir 
Henry St. George, Garter King of Arms, oh. 
1644. Sir Thomas St George, Garter King of 
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Per chief az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

crowned or. Georoe, V*. Sir William de 

Seyn Jorge, N. St George, co. Cambridge, V. 

St. George, HaUey St. George, co. Cambridge ; 

Tyrone, co. Galway; and Carrick, Ireland. 

Baudewin St George, Y, 
Per chief az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gn. 

ducally crowned or armed and langued of the 

second a crescent .... for diff. St George, 

Woodsgift, CO. Kilkenny, Bart. 
Per chief az. and gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or. 

Robert Hasting, F. 
Per chief az. and or over all a lion ramp, tail 

forked (double tailed K*) gu. Sr de 

Aston, V, 
Per chief erm. and arg. over all a lion ramp. az. 

• Trotter, Skelton Castle, co. York, granted 16 
Feb. 1587. . Trotter, Helmdon, co. Durham, 
quartering Burden. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp. arg. 
Hastano, F, Sire Felip de Hastang, N. 
Humfrai Hasteng, E, Humfrey Hastange, F. 
Sir John Hastings, L, or de Hastinges, L, 
flarZ. Jlfflf. 6137. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, double 
tailed arg. De Hastang, F*. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, tail 
forked and nowed arg. Sir Philip de Hastang, 
00. Stafford, temp. Edward III, V. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all- a lion ramp. or. 
(No name but meant for Humfrai Hasteng, E, 
Harl MS. «187.) Sir Robert Hastang, L. 
Sire Roberd de Hastang, J, N. Robert 
Hasting, O, Hastang or Hastings, co. Staf- 
ford. Hastang, Leamington; and Newbold, 
CO. Warwick, temp. Henry II. Monsire de 
Hastaoe (?Hastange), F. Sotton, F*. 

Per chief gu. and az. a lion ramp, or and a label 
arg. Sire Johan de Hastang, N. Sir Thomas 
de Hastank, 0. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, or and 
a bend arg. Hastang, V*. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, or and 
bendlet arg. Sir Richard Hastang, co. Stafford, 
temp. Edward III, F. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, or and 
a dexter baston arg. Sir Nichol de Hastanges, 
L. Sir Richard de Hastang, N, 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, tail 
forked or. Sire Robert Hastang, co. Sti^ord, 
temp. Edward III, or de Hastang, N. 

Per chief gu. and az. over all a lion ramp, double 
tailed or. Hastange, F*. 

Per chief gu. and or over all a lion ramp. az. Sir 
John Sotton, Essex, temp. Edward III, F; or 
de SoTTONE, N. The lion or, Sutton, F*. 

Per chief gu. and sa. over all a lion ramp. aig. 
Wood, co. Lancaster. Wood, Hackney, Mid- 

' dlesex, confirmed 20 June, 1634. Thomas 
Wood, Bishop of Lichfield, etc., 1671-92, con- 
firmed 1634. 

Per chief or and arg. over all a lion ramp. az. 
debruised by two bendlets gu. M. John 
Thornebtrte,<Si. Thornebury, TT. But with 

* cotices instead of bendlets, James Brusel, F. 
Brussel, F*. Thornbert, F*. 

Per chief or and az. over all a lion ramp. erm. 

GoLDWELL, Godinton, Kent 
Per chief or and az. over all a lion ramp, of the 

first Aston. Huntercombe. 
Per chief or and az. over all a lion ramp, tail 

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(Per chief?) vair and or a lion ramp. gn. Sir 
John de Sutton, M, 

Per fo88 arg. and az. in chief a lion pass, of the 
second. Wall, Ireland. 

Per fess arg. and az. in chief a lion pass, guard, of 
the second. Vale. 

Per fess arg. and az. a lion ramp, oounterchanged. 
Richardson. 

Per fess arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. Roger de 
Mowbray (name erased). A, 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
William Wryne, F. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, per fess sa. and 
of the first. Percy, Scotton, co. York. 

Per fess indented arg. and purp. in chief a lion 
ramp, of the second. Skipton. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, per fess sa. 
and of the first collared and chained or. Pebct. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a lion ramp, oounterchanged. 
KiFFiN, Knolyrante, co. Salop. Lloyd, Ipswich, 
Suflfolk. Powell, Wales. Vadohan, co. Nor- 
Uiampton, 1716. 

Per fess arg and sa. a lion ramp, reguard. ooun- 
terchanged. Yaughan, Earl of Carberry. 

Per fess az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gu. 
crowned or. M. Bawdwyn St. George, S, 

Per fess az. and or a lion pass, guard, gu. Brash ah. 

Per fess wavy az. and or on Uie first a lion ramp, 
arg. gorged with an antique crown vert. 
M'DowALL, Neilsland, Scotland. 

Per fess az. and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Francis, Colchester, Essex. Goodlake, Let- 
comb Regis, 00. Berks; quartering Garrard. 
Henry Mechell, F. Goodlake, Wadley House, 
and Shellingford, co. Berks; quartering Mills. 

Per fess erm. and arg. a lion ramp. az. de- 
pressed by two bendlets gu. Thornbert, F. 
Thornbury, F*. 

Per fess erm. and arg. a lion rarop. sa. 

KiNWELMARCH OT KiLMARCH. 

Per fess erm. and az. in chief a lion pass, goard. 

of the second. Wall, Hozton, Middlesex; 

granted 1613. 
Per fess erm. and az. a lion ramp, with two heads 

oounterchanged. Mason, Greenwich, Kent; 

granted 1739. Mason, Aldenham Lodge, co. 

Hertford. 
Per fess erm. and az. a lion ramp, per fess gn. 

and arg. OefSrj Genvillb or de Genvxllb, A. 
Per fess erm. and ermines a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Eendlemarsh or Kendlkmabch. 

KlLUNGVARCH, F*. 

Per fess ermines and erm. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. ElLUNGMARCH, F. 

Per fess gu. and arg. a lion ramp. az. 

Thornbery. 
Per fess gu. and arg. over all a lion ramp, doable 

tailed or. Burrish. 
Per fess wavy gu. and arg. a lion pass. sa. pierced 

through with a dagger in bend ppr. entering at 

the shoulder hilted or. Small, Cnrriehill, and 

Comhall, Scotland ; quartered by Eeir. 
Per fess gu. and az. a lion ramp. arg. over all a 

bend or. Humfray Hastyng, F, Rothings. 
Per fess gu. and az. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

debruised by a bendlet (bend F*) engr. or. 

Rothinge, F. Rothinges, F*. 
Per fess gu. and az. a lion ramp. or. Hastano, F*, 

mowoarle,. f. moworalb ot moworhx.. 

Nowgarle, F«. 
Per fess daooetty gu. and or in chief a lion pas^ 

arg. a crescent for difi*. Glenestbr. 



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Per fess go. and arg. a lion ramp. aig. and sa. 
crowned or. Gbeene, F*. Greke, Essex, V, 

Per fess gn. and or a lion ramp, ooanterchanged. 
WiDKUT or WiDouT, CO. Hereford. 

Per fess gn. and or a lion ramp. yair. Lanolet. 

Per fess go. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. semy of 
OTOsses croslet of the first. Lodoe, Leeds, co. 
York. 

Per fess or and arg. a lion ramp. az. Rickabds. 
Tedbueke, CO. Devon. Thornbeby, F. 

Thoehbobouoh or Thormbury. Thornbury, 
r*. Yerbury, originally of Batcombe, co. 
Somerset; Shirehampton, CO. Gloucester; and 
CO. Wilts. Yerbury or Yerbine, co. Gloucester, 
and Trowbridge, co. Wilts. 

Per fess or and arg. a Hon ramp. gu. Robert 
Powell, Park Hall, co. Salop, 1647, great-great- 
graodson of Robert ap Howel, illegitimate son 
of Griffith of Abertanat, eighth in descent 
Croffl fiioion Efell, ob. 1196, illegitimate twin 
SCO of Madog ap Marchudd, Prince of Powis 
Fidog. 

Per fe^ or and arg. a lion ramp, guard, gu. 

Powell, Newicke, Sussex. 
Per £m or and arg. a lion ramp, guard, gu. over 

in a fess vert. Whitinobjlm, co. Lancaster, 

and Whitingham, co. York. 
Per (ess or and arg. a lion ramp. sa. and gu. 

PiniKB, Pentire, Cornwall. 
Per fess or and az. a lion ramp. gu. Guyreon 

OrGUYSIBH. 

Per fess or and arm. a lion ramp. az. Ford, 
Abbey Held, co. Chester. 

hs (ess or and go. a lion ramp, connterchanged. 
KnxE. Habon, 00. York ; quartering or a lion 
naip. with two heads az., with arg. a chev. gu. 
^v. three snails sa. 

fa (as wavy or and gu. a lion ramp, counter- 
duDged. Drumxokb, London. 

Per less or and go. a lion ramp, counterchanged 
anaed and langued az. holding in the dexter 
paw an astrolabe ppr. Middleton, Frazer- 
baigh, descended of Fettercaim. 

Per £e^ or and g^ a lion ramp, reguard. counter- 
ckaDged. Adam Kyre, F. Kyrke, F*. 

Per fests or and gu. a lion ramp. sa. and arg. 
Be LovEToT or I>e Luvetot, Lord of Hallam, 
^ Yotk, in Ecdesfield church. 

Per fess or and gn. a lion ramp. sa. and erm. 
Seaelett. 

Per Lam or and go. a lion salient vert. Wharton. 

Per fess or and sa. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Babxee. Frahcis, W. Yerbury, co. Oxford, 
and CO. Wills. 

^v feta sa. and arg. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Edxoxdb or Edmondbs. Edwards, Ness 
Stnoge, eo. Salop, derived through Thomas ap 
Iiewelyn« from Einion Efell, son of Madoc last 
P>inee of Powys-Fadog. Edwards, Dolsery, 
ttk. Merioneth ; quartering Owen. Gcthin, co. 
Salop. Oethyn, CO. Montgomery; extinct 
IM. KYnmc alias Waohan, CO. Salop. Lloyd, 
Oswestry, oo. Salop. Richard Yauoham, Earl 
rfCartury, Baron Yaughan of Evelyn, 1780. 

r*r fess sa. and aig. a lion ramp, cotmterchanged 
■Bed and langued gu. Einion Efell or Evell, 
l«d of Cynllaeth, living 1182-91 , son of Madoc, 
last Prince of Powya Fadoc ; from whom de- 
*««ded Edwards, Ness Strange : Kytfin, 
<Haaooed; the heiress m. WilUams: Kyfpin, 
B odiaA , CO. Montgomery ; the heiress m. Price : 
KTFnH^aeiian,eoX7acniarvon ; the coheiresses 



BEAST. HON .... cont. 

m. Lenthall, Nanney, and Kenrick: Lloyd, 
Aston, CO. Salop: Maurice, Lloran, co. Den- 
bigh, and Pentrekenrick, co. Salop : Meredith, 
Abertanat: Roberts, Llangedwin: Tanat, 
Abertanat, co. Salop ; the coheir ro. Godolphin : 
Tanat, Blodwell : Yauohan, Golden Grove, co. 
Caermarthen: Yauohan, Lord Carbery : Wynn, 
Plas-yn-Moliwroh : and Wynn, Plas Newydd- 
yn-Bodlith ; the heir m. Middleton. 

Per fess sa. and arg. a lion ramp, reguard. coun- 
terchanged. Yauohan. 

Per fess sa. and arg. a lion ramp, reguard. tail 
forked counterchanged crowned or. Tyloham, 
Snodland, Kent. 

Per fess sa. and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Lui.8. 

Per fess vert and arg. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Grenford. 

Per fess vert and arg. a lion ramp, guard, erm. 
William de la March, Ar. Walliae, V. 

Per fess vert and arg. a lion ramp, or and of the 
first. St. Georoe, CO. Cambridge. 

Per fess embattled vert and erm. a lion ramp. or. 
SuFFiELD, Wells, Norfolk ; granted 1732. 

Per fess vert and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Greemford. Grenford, V, St. George. 

Per pale arg. and oz. a lion ramp. gu. Elford, 
Beckham, co. Devon, Baronetcy 26 November 
1800. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp, of the first on 
the sinister side supporting a tree eradicated 
ppr. on the dexter. Wynstone, co. Breck- 
nock. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion pass, counterchanged. 
Pereley. Pyre ley, V, 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 

BlOUYLE, Suffolk. PURSEY. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp. erm. Monsire 
de NoRWYZ, y. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion pass. or. Pearley. 
Playsb. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. Bladwell, 
Suffolk. Glindore. Owen Glyndour, V, 
Owen. Roberts, co. Salop; Bristol; Wester- 
ley, co. Gloucester; and Dublin. Roberts, co. 
G loucester, Middlesex, and Bristol, V, Roberts, 
Sutton-Chanell, co. Leicester ; confirmed May 
1614. 

Per pale aig. and or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and 
sa. Stanbury or Steynbury. 

Per pale arg. and or over a lion pass. sa. Perely 

or PiRLY, V. 

Per pale arg. and or over all a lion ramp. sa. 
Perley, V. Pyrley, F*. Stanbery. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a lion .... counter- 
changed. Baldwin, co. Salop. 

Per pale wavy arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gu. 

EI.FED. 

Per pale wavy arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gu. 

crowned or. Elford, Cornwall; quartering 

gu. three stirrups arg. 
Per pale arg. ana sa. over all a lion ramp. or. 

Bynoham, V, 
Per pale arg. and sa. a lion ramp, or armed gu. 

(another the lion crowned gold.) Binoham. 
Per pale arg. and sa. a lion ramp, guard, gui and 

or. Champneys, Kent. -^ 

Per pale arg. and vert a lion ramp. gu. Powlyab^. 
Per pale wavy az. and arg. a lion ramp, or and 

gu. Lorty, CO. Somerset. 
Per pale az. and gu. a lion ramp. arg. Halton, 

Samfoid, Essex, Bart. Roberts. 

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BEAST. UON .... conU 

Per pale az. and gu. a lion pass. arg. over all a 
bend or. Rothinos or Rothinoe. 

Per pale az. and gn. a lion ramp. arg. Norwich. 
College of the Tirgin for Secular Priests at 
RATENiNOHAM.afterwardsatNoBTON-SouPECOBs, 
NorfQlk, removed to Mettimgham, Suffolk. 

Per pale az. and gn. a lion rarop. arg. armed of 
the second. Ardernx Abden or Abdben, 
Ireland. 

Per pale az. and go. a lion ramp, double tailed 
arg. Corn. 

Per pale az. and gu. a lion ramp. erm. Sir John 
de Norwich, iJ, or Norwich, Y. 

Per pale az. and gu. a lion ramp. or. Ardan. 
Arderne, Ireland, V, Halton, Greentbwaite 
Hall, Cumberland, temp. Richard II ; and South 
Winfield, co. Derby. Otjlton or Owlton. 

Per pale az. and gu. billety or a lion ramp, of the 
the last. Werche. 

Per pale indented az. and gu. a lion ramp. or. 
Robert Drayton, Norfolk, V. 

Per pale indented az. and or a lion pa<(s. guard, 
connterchanged. Crofton, Baron Crofton. 

Per pale az.and or a lion ramp, connterchanged. 
Manning, Stanbury, Cornwall. Michell. 
Orpen, Olanerough, co. Kerry ; derived from 
Robert Orpen or Erpen, Erpingham, Norfolk. 
Orpen, Ardtully.co. Kerry ; derived (like Orpen, 
Dublin, quartering Millard), from Orpen, Kill- 
owen. Stanbury or Stanbbrib, Stanberie, 
Cornwall; the heiress m. Manning; a younger 
branch was of West Stanberie, and another of 
Cliff. 

Per pale az. and or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and 
sa. Henry Stanbery, V, Stonbery, V*, 
Stanbury, F.* 

Per pale az. and or a lion ramp. sa. Stainsbuby. 

Per pale az. and pnrp. the field replenished with 
crosses croslets arg. a lion ramp, of the last. 

TiDMARSH. 

Per pale az. and purp. a lion ramp. erm. 

Frognall. Sir William Oldhaix, V. 
Per pale az. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. Tremaboan, 

V, Tremorgan. 
Per pale az. and vert a lion ramp. or. Clayton, F. 
Per pale erm. and az. a lion ramp, counterchanged. 

Marke. 
Per pale erm. and ermines a lion ramp. or. 

Young, Ponlton-cum-Seacomb, co. Chester; 

confirmed 10 June, 1625, and co. Flint. 
Per pale erm. and gu. a lion ramp, connterchanged. 

WiTHiE, London, W. Withis, F*. 
Per pale erm. and or a lion ramp. gu. John 

WiTHiE, London, • Armes Painter,* W, 
Per pale erm. and or a lion salient gu. Wichie 

or WiTHiE. WiTHiE, Wotton, CO. Devon ; 

granted 1612. Withie, Wootton -Basset, co. 

Wilts ; confirmed 12 June, 1615. Withie, 

London. 
Per pale erm. and sa. a lion ramp, or holding in 

the paws a cross patty fitchy of the last. 

Strudwick. 
Per pale gn. and arg. a lion pass, guard, conn- 
terchanged. Ogilby. 
Per pale gu. and az. over all a lion pass. arg. and 

a bend or. Rothinoes, F*. Rothing or 

Rothinos. 
Per pale gu. and az. over all a lion pass. arg. de- 

brui$«ed by a dexter baston or. Rothinoes, F. 
Per pale gn. and az. a lion ramp. arg. Newport. 

O1.DTON or Olton. Rosewkll, co. Somerset, 

CO. Wilts, and 00. Devon. Roswell. 



BEAST. LION .... cont. 

Per pale indented gu. and az. a lion ramp. arg. 

Belle Rs. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. arg. support- 
ing betw. the paws a tree eradicated vert. 

Wynston, CO. Hereford; and Paynswick, co. 

Gloucester. 
Per pale gu. and az. semy of crosses croslet or a 

lion ramp. arg. armed and langued of the third. 

Hutchinson, Boston, 00. Lincoln, and Boston 

in America. 
Per pale gn. and az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. 

Bellarneys. Sir William Northam, F. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp, tail forked, arg. 

Roger le Rous, E, or Rus, F, Rowsewell or 

RowswELL, Ford Abbey, co. Devon; Norfolk; 

and Bradford, co. Somerset 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. Esmond, 

Cornwall. Sr Norteyn, T. Norwiche,F, 

CO. Northampton, IF. Norwich, Essex; Norfolk; 

Brampton, co. Northampton ; and Suffolk ; 

temp. Edward II. Sir John de Norwich, Me- 

tyngham, Suffolk, a Baron in 1342. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. a label or. 

Sire Johan de Northwyk, 0. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. erowned 

or. Bellers. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. crowned 

or a label gold. Bellers. 
Per pale gn. and az. a lion ramp. or. Frexargan. 

Olton, F. Ouohton. Oulton, F». Owlton, W, 
Per pale indented gu. and az. a lion ramp. or. 

Drayton, Norfolk. 
Per pale gu. and az. semy of crosses croslet and a 

lion ramp. or. Hutchinson, Comforth, 1570, 

and Whitton House, Durham. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp, guard, or. Sir 

Henry Halton, F. Hollon. 
Per pale gu. and ermines a lion pass, gnard 

Neale. 
Per pale gn. and or a lion ramp. arg. Belbr. 

Augustinian Priory at Kirkby Bellebs, co. 

Leicester. 
Per pale gu. and or a lion ramp, connterchanged. 

Manning, Stanbury, ComwaJl. 
Per pale gu. and purp. a lion ramp. erm. 

Oldhall. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. Beleb, 

Eye-Kettleby, co. Leicester. Bellars, Berk- 

hampstead, co. Hants. M. James Bellers, 8, 

Bellers, Criche, co. Derby. Fleet. Kibkby, 

CO. Leicester. Kybby or Kyrkby. Leeke, co. 

Leicester, F. Mulbery or Mulbury. 
Per pale indented gu. and sa. a lion ramp. aig. 

Bellers, Stoke, F. 
Per pale gn. and sa. a lion ramp, crowned arg. 

Keitelby, CO. Gloucester. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. 

Beller, CO. Leicester and co. Nottingham. 

Bellars. Bellers. Billers, Lord Mayor of 

London, 1734. Thomas Northam, Y, or de 

Northam, F. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a lion rarop. arg. ducally 

crowned or. Bellers, Key til by, F. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a lion ramp. erm. Cowkb. 
Per pale gu. and vert a lion ramp. arg. Sir John 

Beyereche, F. Bbvehidoe. Sir Thomas de 

Beugham, 0. 
Per pale or and arg. a lion ramp. sa. Meredith, 

Upper Weld, co. Buckingham. Moore alias 

Meredith, co. Bedford and co. Buckingham. 
Per pale dancetty or and az. a lion pass, guard. 

connterchanged. Crofton. 



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i*«r pale indented or and az. a lion pass, gnard. 
wmtarchanged. C&os-ton, Mohill CasUe, co. 
^inm, Ireland, Bart. Cbofton, Longford 
flodw, to. Sligo, Bart. 
"etfule or and aat. a lion ramp. oouDterchanged. 
Stose, CO. Lancaster and co. York. 
Perpde or and gn. a lion pass. arg. Helus, F. 
PUBK. Sir de Pt.atz, Korfolk, temp. Edward I, 
y. Pliyz, temp. Kdward 111. Piayse or Plaiz, 
Tofte, Norfolk. Monsire Richard Place, Y, 
Sire Bichard de PiJLYa, O. M. John Pulys, S. 
Btthtfd Pia^ircE, Y. 
Pa pile or and gn. a lion pass, guard, arg. Sire 

Gjks Plays, K. 
Perpik or and f^n. a lion pass, guard, arg. armed 

u. PuLYSK, Norfolk. 
Per pale or and gu. a lion pass, guard, counter- 
tbsnged. Plack, Weddington Hall, co. War- 
wick; descended from Pi^yss or Place, Dins- 
dale, eo. Dorkiam ; quartering Halnath. 
Per pale or and sa. a Uon ramp, coouterchanged. 

Stose, London ; granUd by Segar. 
Per pale or and vert a'lion ramp. gu. over all a 
UioD arg. Hauf Bigoo, E ; but with a bendlet, 

r. 

Par pale or and vert a lion ramp. gu. Byqot. 
Btgod, le Conte Mareschal, P, F*. Bioon, 
Earl liarshal, V. Roger Bigot, Counte Mare- 
shall, H; but Conte de Norfolk, X, Mons. 
Roger BiGOD, Counte de Koifolke, Y. Le 
Counte le Ma&bschal, N, Augustinian Priory 
at Cabtxele or Kertxble, oo. Lancaster, 
IIaeshall, £arl of Pembroke. Marshall. 
Newton- Kyme, co. York. Le Conte Mareschall, 
B, G, or Mariscale, E, or Mareschal, F, 
Henry Marshall, Bishop of Exeter, 1194-1206. 
Coimie de Penhebrok, C, Harl, MS, 6989. 
WiUiun Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, Z, 87, 96. 
Claniae Priory at Thetford, Norfolk. Yiooo. 

P^ pale or and Yert a lion ramp. gu. incensed 
ax. Marsh A T^ Earl of Pembroke. 

Per pale or and vert a lion ramp, or and gu. 
Le Coonte de Penmsbrok, C. 

Per pale pnrp. and arg. on the dexter side a lion 
raxup. respectant on the sinister side an oak- 
tr«« vert. O'Conor. Sligo, Ireland. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a lion ramp, countercbanged. 
£dward Vauohah, Bishop of Sl David's, 1509- 
«^ 

Per pale sa. and arg. a lion ramp. gu. Chaxpan ays, 
F». Champhays, F. 

Per pale sa. and az. a Uon ramp. arg. Rowsewell, 
Vaatome, co. Wilts. 

Per pale sa. and as. a lion pass, cfuard. or. Neill, 
England. 

Per p«le sa. and sn. a lion pass, guard, arg. 
FucaB. Neal, F*. Nealb or Neyll. Essex ; 
Tttldon, 00. Bedford ; Wollaston and Hanging- 
Hoogbtoo, CO. Northampton. John Neale, 
WeUaston, co. Northampton, W. Neale, 

Allealey Park, co. Warwick; descended from 
Keale, Deane; quartering Yansittart. Neil, 

SeotkUML ViLLIERS. 

Per pale aa. and gu. a lion ramp, guard, arg. 

crowned or. Bbshbt, co. Hertford. 
Per pala aa. and gu. a lion statant arg. Neale, 

Dean, eo. Bedford ; and Allesley Park, co. War- 



BEAST. 



LIOS.... conf. 



Pmt pale ta. and go. a lion statant guard, aig. a 
Bttllet for dtfl: Ralph, third son of John 
NxAU of WoUaston, co. Northampton, usurped 
by NiALK, London. 



Per pale sa. and gu. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or. 
Sir John Norwich, F. 

Per pale sa. and gu. a lion pass, guard, or. Rich- 
ard Neil or Neylb, Bishop of Rochester, 1608, 
Lichfield, etc., 1610-14. 

Per pale sa. and purp. a lion ramp. arg. (some- 
times erm.). NonyncH. 

Per pale vert and gu. a lion pass. arg. Felton, 
CO. Gloucester. 

Per saltire arg. and sa. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. Payne, CO. Lincoln, F. 

Per saltire az. and gu. a lion pass, guard, or. 
Richard Young, Bishop of Bangor, 1400, Ro- 
chester, 1407-18 ; granted by Dethick. 

Per saltire az. and or a lion ramp, guard, of the 
first. Gold, London. 

Per saltire az. and or a lion ramp, countercbanged. 
Gould, Exeter, temp. Edward III ; Combe in 
Staverton, temp. Elizabeth ; Hajes and Downes, 
CO. Devon; the coheirs m. Buller and Tuck- 
field ; the heiress of Gould, Lew Trenchard, m. 
Baring. Gould, Fleet House, co. Dorset. 
Gould, London, W, Gould, Dorchester; 
Staverton, co. Devon; and Edmonton, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Per saltire erm. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. Grafton. 

Per saltire erm. and sa. a lion ramp. or. Grafton, 
V*, Grafton, 1605. 

Per saltire or and az. a lion ramp, coimterohanged. 
Goold. John Gould, Broadnemett, co. Devon, 
1730. Gould, Staverton, co. Devon. Gould, 
London, 1730. 

Per saltire or and erm. a lion ramp. az. Sir 
Ralph Bagbnholt, oo. Stafford, fF. 

Per saltire sa. and erm. a lion ramp. or. Garston, 
London, 1584. Grafton, London, F. Grafton, 
Shrewsbury ; Little Missenden, co. Bucks ; co. 
Chester ; London ; and co. Worcester. 

Per saltire sa. and erm. a lion ramp, or armed 
and langued gu. Grafton, co. Worcester and 
CO. Stafford, temp. Henry Ylll. 

Per saltire sa. and or a lion ramp, counterchanged. 
Gould, Worcester. 

Purp. a lion ramp. arg. Lyons. Mackmore, 
Ireland. Wimbishe, Nocton, co. Lincoln. 

Purp. a lion rump. arg. oppressed with a fess or. 
Mackmore or Mac More, Ireland. 

Purp. a lion ramp. or. Paylow, F*. Pashley, 
Kent, F. Sr de Payleu, F. Payton. 

Purp. semy of crosses croslet and a lion ramp. or. 
Lamorat. 

Purp. a lion ramp, or collared gu. Mallory, oo. 
Northampton. 

Purp. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. Pashley. 

Purp. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed or 
crowned arg. Sir Richard Pashley, F. 

Purp. a lion ramp, double tailed crowned or. 
Pashley, F*. 

Quarterly arg. and az. in the first quarter a lion 
pass. gu. Sir William PoNscYN, AT. Pon8EYN,F*. 

Quarterly per fess indented arg. and az. in the 
first quarter a lion pas^s. gu. Crofts. Croftrs, 
F*. Herbert Croft, Bishop of Hereford, 1662- 
91. Sir Hugh Cuofte, F, oo. Salop. Cross. 

Quarterly indented arg. and az. in the first quar- 
ter a lion pass. gu. Croft, 1 730. 

Quarterly per fess indented arg. and az..in the 
first quarter a lion pass, guard, gu. Sir Rich- 
ard Croftb, 00. Hereford, F. 

Quarterly arg. and az. in the first quarter a lion 
ramp. gu. Sir William Pombeyn, co. Here- 
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Qaarterly ar^. and az. in the first quarter a lion 

salient gu. Ponseione. 
Quarterly indented arg. and az. in the second 

quarter a lion pass. or. Gbofts, co. Salop. 

Sire Huge de Cnorr, N. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. in the first quarter a lion 

pass, guard, az. Say, Suffolk. 
Quarterly arg. and sa. on the first a lion ramp, of 

the second. Breton. 
Quarterly az. and arg. in the first quarter a lion 

of the second. Ponseyn, co. Hereford. 
Quarterly per fess indented az. and arg. in the 

first quarter a lion pass, of the second. Sir 

Hugh Croft, L. Jennyms, Middlesex. 
Quarterly per pale indented az. and arg. in the 

first quarter a lion pass, guard, gu. Crofts. 
Quarterly per fess indented az. and arg. in 

the first quarter a lion pass or. Sir Hugh 

Croft, L. 
Quarterly per fess indented az. and arg. in the 

first quarter a lion pass, guard, or. Croft or 

Crofte, Castle Croft, co. Hertford. Croft, 

Croft Castle, co. Hereford, Bart. Crofts, oo. 

Salop and oo. Hereford. Sir Hugh Croft, L. 

William Crofte, co. Hereford, V, 
Quarterly az. and gu. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

HoLTON. HuNiNO, Suffolk, V. Morgan. Sir 

John Olton, CO. Chester, V, Olton, Wetnall, 

CO. Chester, Harl MS, 1424, fo. 116. 
Quarterly indented erminois and gu. in the first 

quarter a lion ramp, guard, sa. Croft, Stilling- 

ton Hall, CO. York. Croft, Hutton Buscel, co. 

York ; quartering Bowes. 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and arg. in the 

first quarter a lion ramp, of the second. Crofts, 

Norfolk. 
Quarterly gu. and arg. in the first quarter a lion 

pass, guard, or. Bowden, co. Oxford. 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and az. in the 

first quarter a lion pass, guard, arg. Crofts. 
Quarterly gu. and az. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

Morgan. Newport. 
Quarterly gu. and erm. in the first quarter a lion 

ramp, or over all an eagle displ. of the last 

HUGHSON. 

Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

pass. arg. Town of Altringham, co. Chester. 

Massey, Dunham Massey, co. Chester, Baron 

to the Earls of Chester. Mascy, Dunham, co. 

Chester, V, Massy, F*. 
Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

pass. arg. (another, of the last ) over all a crosier 

in pale head to the sinister Benedictine 

Prioiy at Birkenhead or Birketwood or 

BuRKET, CO. Chester. 
Quarterly engr. gu. and or in the first quarter a 

lion pass. arg. Besyn. 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or in the first 

quarter a lion pass. arg. Begfyn. Besyn, V, 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or in the first 

quarter a lion pass, guard, arg. Belsin. Besny. 

Besanit or Besaynt. Besney or Bbsyn, V. 

Langley, Kent, V, 
Qaarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

ramp. arg. Hamond Mascy, Y. 
Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

pass, of the second. Massy, co. Chester. 
Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

pass, of the last a label of five points arg. 

Massy, co. Chester. 
Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter a lion 

pass, of tJhe second (another arg.) over all a 



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LIOK....coftt. 



crosier in pale head to the sinister .... Bene- 
dictine Priory at Birkenheao or Birkbtwood 
or BuRKET, CO. Chester. 

Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or in the first 
quarter a lion pass, guard of the second. 
Besvillb, F*. Besvylle, V, 

Quarterly gu. with vairy or and az. over all a lion 
ramp. arg. Peverell or Peverel, co. Not- 
tingham, temp. William the Conqueror. 

Quarterly gu. with vairy or and vert over the 
whole a lion pass arg. Peverell, co. Notting- 
ham, F. Peverell, Lord of Nottingham. 

Quarterly gu. and vert over all a lion ramp. arg. 
OwLETON. Sir John Owlton, HarL MS. 1535, 
fo. 24 and fo. 806. 

Quarterly or and az. over all a lion ramp. aig. 
HuMEZ, Add, MS, 5708, fo. 153. 

Quarterly or and az. a lion ramp, coonterchanged. 
Oreenforo. 

Quarterly or and az. in the first quarter a lion 
pass. gu. PoNNSDON, CO. Hereford. 

Quarterly or and az. in the first quarter a lion 
.... gu. Oerconly. 

Quarterly or and az. in the first quarter a lion 
ramp. gu. Raffe de Margonvile, A, M. Davy 
Jerkanvile, D. 

Quarterly or and az. in the first quarter a lion 
ramp. sa. M. Henry Inglous, S, 

Quarterly or and gu. in the second quarter a lion 
pass. arg. Massey, Dunham ; co. Chester. 

Quarterly per fess indented or and gu. in the first 
quarter a lion pass, guard arg. Langley, 
Kent, F*. 

Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a lion 
pass. az. Say, Tilney, Norfolk ; and Suffolk. 

Quarterly or and gu. in the first a lion pass. az. 

SORREY. 

Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a lion 

pass. az. in the second a fret of the first Say. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a lion 

pass, guard, az. Sire .... de Say, N, Sire 

Say, Essex, temp. Edward III, F. Sorb, F. 
Quarterly or and gu. a lion ramp, coonterchanged. 

Manston. 
Quarterly per fess indented or and gu. in the first 

quarter a lion pass, guard, of the second. 

Croft, Cowling Hall, co. York ; and of Dod- 

dington, Kent, Bart. ; descended from Croft of 

Stillington. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a lion 

ramp, of the second. Gercomyle. Inglish. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the first quarter a lion 

pass, guard, sa. Say. 
Quarterly or and sa. in the first quarter a lion 

pass. gu. BoYviLL, Suffolk. William de 

BOYVILE, C, 

Quarterly sa. and arg. in the first quarter a Hon 
pass, guard, of the second. Bowdon. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. in the first quarter a lion 
pass, guard, of the second crowned or. Sir 
Edward Prerne, F. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. in the first quarter a lion 
ramp, of the second. Byng, Viscount Torring- 
ton. Byng, Wrotham Park, Middlesex. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. the first quarter occupied 
hy a lion ramp, of the second over all a repre- 
sentation of the Guidon of the Thirty-first Re- 
giment ( . . . . two laurel branches saltirewise 
• ••. below the union -jack) in bend sinister. 
Byng, Earl and Baron Strafford. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. on the first a lion pass, 
guard, or. Breton. 



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Qaarterlr sa. and or in the first quarter a lion pass, 
irg. Bowi>EH,BowdeD,eo. Chester. Bowdon,F. 

Qoarterlj sa. and or in the first qnarter a lion 
pass. arg. langaed gn. Bowdon, Beighton 
H^di and Sontbgate Hoase, co. Derby ; quar- 
tering Erdeswick. Bowdon, Pleasington Hall, 
eo. Laneaster ; descended from Bowdon, Soath- 
gite House, oo. Derby ; quartering Butler. 

Quarterly sa. and or in the first quarter a lion 
pass, guard, arg. Bowdon. 

Quarterly aa. and or in the first quarter a lion 
pass, of the second. Bowden, Bowden, co. 
Chester. 

Qaarteily sa. and or in the first quarter a lion 
lamp, guard, of the second. Bimo, Kent. 

Quarterly vair with gu. three bars or over all a 
lion ramp. arg. Petebxll. 

Qoart^y vert and gu. over all a lion ramp. arg. 

AVZXG, Suffolk, K. HUNNIMOE, r*. HUNINOBS, 

eo. Chester; and Carsam, Suffolk. Oulton, 
60. Chester, 1572, HarL MS., 2151, fo. 85 b. 
Olddgton or Oi.tom. 
Qoaiterty vert and or over all a lion ramp. arg. 

OCLIDII. 

Sa a fioo pass. arg. Bichikofield. Sir John 
Stout, R. Tatlob, Cumberland ; Lyme, oo. 
Dorset; and Denbury, co. Devon. Tatlour, 
eo. Cambridge; Haleston Grange, co. Glouces- 
ter; and Bradley, co. Hants. John Tatlob, 
haodoUyW, YicBDON,Northumberland. Ybbmon. 

Sa. semy of annulets and a lion pass. arg. 

FlJlJHOlPE, V. 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. crowned or. Lee, Wales, fT. 
iMan. HirsTOM, Cornwall. 

Sa. a UoD pass, guard, arg. Stormy or Sttjrmt. 
Bebkshall, oo« Lincoln. 

Sa a fioQ ramp. arg. Abboitin. Bbatton. M. 
HeniydeBREBANfD. Cassakajob. Chubchill. 
CaovwELL, Hinchinbrooke, co. Hants; de- 
nended from Williams, Wales. The Lord Pro- 
teetorOuvBBCBOMWELL. CBOMWELLjTheobalds, 
CliMhont, eo. Herts; the heiress ro. 1831, 
HsaielL Dktkbdoh. Edoab, Wadderley, 
Scotland. Emohabad, daughter of Meirich ap 
Bjafval ap Arthen ap Sybsilt, King of Cardi- 
gaB,and wife of Bhodri Mawr. (?) Silvester 
4e Evebooh, Bishop of Carlisle, 1247.54. 
Boger de Eybbdon, seal 24 Edward III, HarL 
if5.NI8,fo.43. EbledeGENEVBE,£. Holxes. 
Liwia, Laniahen Court, co. Monmouth ; quar- 
toiag sa. a cher. betw. three spear-heads arg. 
vilh aa. a cher. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or, and 
or OB a canton go. two lions pass, of the first ; 
Bad Laidaben House, co. Glamorgan ; both de- 
■amded through Lbwis, the Van, co. Glamor- 
9>B, from Ivor ap Meurig, known as Ivor Bach, 
living temp. Hen. II ; the heiress m. Windsor. 
Hall, Essex. Hbbeford. Kilche. Sir 
Masa de KmosTON, (? the lion or), J, 
Xacexobovhib, Ireland. MArrHiABD. Tobias 
Matthew, Bishop of Durham, 1 595 ; Archbishop 
af Yofk, 10O6<28 ; quartering gu. three ohevro- 
Bda arg. with a crescent in the fess point .... 
Hatthbw, eo. Dorset. BIatthew, Stansted, 
Sauex. MoDLZOOTX, Whitley Hall, oo. Salop. 
MoiLB or MoBUT, Morle, Norfolk. Pkndlb. 
Hamy da Pbhedokb, £. Plank, Essex. 
84>i>roBD. ScuBVT. SsoBAVE. Nioholas de 
SvoBiVB, A. Thobxb. Tbobnbs, CO. Salop. 
TioanT, F. Tobbet or Toubmxt. Yabdon, 
^^ocvieh. Sir Thomas de Ybbdoh or de 
TisBocB, N, Shr John Vebdon, R. Sir Tho- 



BEAST. 



LIOH.... cont. 



mas de Yebdon, co. Northampton, temp. Ed- 
ward I, F. Wabden, F*. Wabdon, F. 
Wastness, quartered by Greasley. Wastneys. 
Sir William Westeney, I. Williams, co. Hun- 
tingdon; and Denton, co. Lincoln. Williams. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. a label gu. Poumobe, Po- 
limore, co. Devon. Nicholas de Seobave, K. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. depressed by a bend compony 
of the second and gu. Thomas Mabche, F. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. debruised by a bend com- 
pony or and gu. Cboxton, Croxton, co. Ches- 
ter, temp. Heniy III ; the heiress m. Main war- 
ing, an illegitimate descendant of Mainwaring 
of Peover. Cboxton, Ravensoroft, extinct 1696. 
Mabshe. Pbesland or Pbestland, Thoby, 
Essex. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bendlet compony 
or and gu. Cboxton, F*. Schabinoton, F*. 

SCHEVINGTOS, F*. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend gu. Colyile, 

Suffolk. Chibchill, F. Chtrkkhtll, F. 

Holme. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bendlet gn. 

Chubchill, co. Somerset ; and Churchill-Hen- 

bury, CO. Dorset. Sir John Chubchill, Churchill, 

CO. Somerset, 1730. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all a dexter baston go. 

Monsire Robert de Mobley, F. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all a bend or. Vbssey, 

Isham, CO. Cambridge. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. oppressed with a bend engr. 

or. Seobave. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. over all on a fess or three 

crosses patty fitchy (another, crosses oroslet 

fitchy ) of the field. Colbboke. 
Sa. a lion ramp, holding betw. the forepaws a 

5-foil arg. Luabd. 
Sa. a lion ramp, supporting a garb arg. Eibkbby. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. holding in the paw a garb 

or. Kybby or Kybkby, Essex. 
Sa. sen)y of annulets and a lion ramp. arg. 

FuLTHOBp. Sir Roger FuLTHOBPE, F. Molton. 
Sa. semy of annulets or a lion ramp. arg. 

FULTHOBP. 

Sa. biUety arg. a lion ramp, of the last. Sire 
Johan Neybmiyst or Neybnuyt,^^. Wabtoft. 

Sa. semy of crosses bottony and a lion ramp, 
arg. Hantevill or Hautbyill, oo. Devon. 

Sa. semy of crosses croslet and a lion ramp. arg. 
Sire Geffrei de Hauteyillb, 0, Hauteyile, N, 
Long, Wraxall, co. Wilts ; Draycot, co. Wilts, 
quartering Ceme ; and Wansted, Essex, Bart, 
extinct 1805, quartering Popham, Seymour, and 
Child ; the heiress m. Pole. Long, Preshaw, 
CO. Southampton; descended through Long, 
Devizes, like Lung, Monkton Farleigh and 
Baynton, co. Wilts, through Long, Rowde Ash- 
ton, CO. Wilts, quartering Long, from Long, 
Little Cheverell and Potteme, co. Wilts. Long, 
Melksam, and Collingboume Kingston, oo. Wilts. 
Sir Ge£Eeray Watevile, L, HaW.Af 5. 6137. 

Sa. semy of escallops and a lion ramp. arg. 
Holland. 

Sa. semy of 5-foil8 and a lion ramp. arg. Clifton, 
Clifton, CO. Nottingham, Bart. Pibbpont. 

Sa. semy of 5-foils and a lion ramp. arg. langued 
gn. Seal of Gervase Cufton, Treasurer of 
Calais, 86 Henry VI, Harl MS, 6829, fo. 23. 

Sa. the field replenished with acorns or a lion 
ramp. arg. Atwood. 

Sa. goutty de larmea and a lion ramp. arg. 
Chantby. 



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LIOH.... eont. 



Sa. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langaed gu. 
Kyddy. Williams, alias Gbomwell, temp. 
Elizabeth. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. armed or. John Verdon, Y, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. armed and ungoled or. 
Monsire John de Veboon, Y, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. collared gn. Oastenets. 
Yeroon. Wastneys, CO. Chester , co. Leicester; 
Hedon, co. Nottingham ; and co. Stafford. Wil- 
liam le Wasteneis, E^ or Wastneys, F» £d- 
TOun Wastenby, G. Sir William Wastneye or 
Wastneys, L, or Wastbneys, N, Sir William 
de Wasteneys, co. Stafford, temp. Edward I, V, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. collared or. West, Suffolk ; 
quartered by Gresley, Colton, co. Stafford, Z, 
341. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned gu. Yerdon. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. Bbockest. 
Chaucombe, CO. Warwick. Daowobth, Alding- 
ton, Kent. Seobave, co. Leicester and co. Lin- 
coln. Dominus Sbqrave, CO. Leicester, F. Le 
Sire de Seoraye, iT, Y. Monsire de Seorave, Y, 
Seorave, Z, 207. Sir John Seorave, i/, or de 
Seorave, J^ K, Sir Johan de Seorave, N. 
Seorave, co. Leicester, temp. Edw. I. Twichet. 
Westropp, CO. Limerick and co. Clare. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or. 
Seagrave, Castle Ashby, co. Northampton. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or and a label az. 
Sir Nicholas de Segrave, L, Harl, MS., 6137, 
bat corrected to gu. in L, HarL MS., 6589. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or and a label gu. 
Sr. Nichol de Seorave, H, K, L, N, 0. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or a label of five 
points gu. Nicholas de Segrave, G, J, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or over all a dexter 
baston gu. Henry de Segrave, G, N. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or over all a dexter 
baston engr. gu. Sire Johan de Segrave, N, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or a dexter baston 
of the last. Sire Symon de Segrave,^. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or collared 
gu. Jarrat Jarratt or Jabrett. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned ppr. Segrave, Z, 
208. 

Sa. a lion ramp, coward the tail reflected over his 
back arg. Mathew, Wales, V. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. incensed gu. Earedig, 
Wales. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. Metford. 
Wastneys, co. Stafford. Monsire de Wastnes, 
Y. Sire Edmon Wasteneys, N, go. Stafford, 
temp. Edward 111, V; but Robert, Y. 

Sa. a Hon ramp, double tailed arg. MonLENT,F*. 
Wasteneys, V*. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. and a label of the 
last. Sire Johan de Eyngestone, N. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed arg. 
Moulent, V. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed arg. within 
the tails a fleur-de-lis arg. Metford, V. 

Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed between the tails 
a fleut-de-lis arg. Metford, V*, 

Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed arg. collared gu. 
Wastneys, Hedon, co. Nottingham. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. collared or. 
Sir John Wastbnys, Heydon, oo. Notting- 
ham, V, 

Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed arg. collared or. 
Wasteneys, V*. 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked arg. crowned or. 
Segrave. 



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LIOH.... cont. 



Sa. a lion ramp, gnard. arg. Stormyn. Thobne. 
Melverley and Shelvolk, co. Salop. Thornks, 
formerly Shelvock, now Edge, co. Salop. Robert 
Atte Thornes, Shrewsbuiy, temp. Edward IIL 
Wastneys, co. Lincoln and co. Stafford. 

Sa. a lion ramp, guard, tail forked arg. Wasthxys, 
00. Stafford. 

Sa. a lion ramp, reguard. arg. Morgan, Aber- 
cothy, CO. Carmarthen ; and Biddlesden Park, 
CO. Northampton. 

Sa. a lion salient arg. Scubmy, V, Stobxy, Dro- 
monby, co. York ; quartered by Constable, W. 
John Stubmye, Y. 

Sa. a lion ramp, barry of six arg. and gu. Houci. 

Sa. a lion ramp, barry of eight arg. and gu. 
Casteb. Holme, V. 

Sa. a lion ramp, bendy of six arg. and gu. Houies. 
Hampoll, CO. York. 

Sa. a lion ramp, bendy arg. and gu. Whbtlby. 

Sa. a lion ramp. erm. Aouillon. Lough, V. 

Sa. a lion ramp. erm. with a collar gemel az. 
therefrom pendent an escucheon of the last 
charged with a mullet arg. Pownall, Lifer- 
pool, CO. Lancaster ; and Pownall, co. Chester. 

Sa. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or. Westhorp, 
Comburgh, co. York. 

Sa. semy of fleurs-de-lis or a lion ramp. erm. 
crowned of the second. Phillip, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1463. 

Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed erm. Stokes, co. 
Gloucester. Stokes, Hean Castle, co. Pem- 
broke ; descended from Peter de Stok, Caen, in 
Normandy, temp. John. 

Sa. a lion pass. or. Field, 1730. Pinoke or 
PiNNocK. Tentavile. Taylob, 1780. 

Sa. a lion pass, guard, or. Ekenby. 

Sa. a lion pass, guard, coward the tail reflected 
over the back or. Genkins, co. Chester. 

Sa. a lion pass, reguard or. Bbowest. 

Sa. a lion ramp. or. Abcheb, co. Salop. Nicol 
leABCHEB,£. Banent. Brabant, Z, 143,402. 

BrOCAS or BrOCKUST. BrOMELL. BROMHAUi, 

Levington, co. Bedford. Flanders. Sir 
Johan de Einkeston (but ? the lion arg.), J. 
Eeteridoe, London ; granted 1&93. Kingston, 
CO. Bedford. Ludlow. Makemore. Narstoft 
Nartoft or Nartost, oo. Devon, and Essex. 
Nartoft, V. Neymist, V. Neymyst, V. Norman, 
England. Nortoft, Essex. Sir Adam Nortoft, 
Essex, temp. Edwnrd I, V, Sire Adam de 

NoRTOST, N. PlKTON. POUMORE. LuOAS dc 

PoLTiMOR, A. Richard Pultonor, A , Harl. MS. 

6137. Samborne. Samburn, F*. Sir John 

Sambubne, V, 
Sa. a lion ramp, or over all a bend. erm. Fitchet 

or Fitchett. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or holding in the paws an escu- 
cheon arg. charged with a cross patty fitchy gu. 

Eeiling, Newcastle-nnder-Dne, co. Stafford. 

Keling, Hackney, Middlesex ; granted SO April, 

1632. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or holding betw. his paws a mul- 
let arg. Lewabd. 
Sa. billety arg. and a lion ramp. or. Nabstaffe, 

Essex. 
Sa. billety and a lion ramp. or. Fillbswobth. 

Nabtoft. West. 
Sa. goutty d'eau a lion ramp. or. EiNGSTON.London. 
Sa. goutty d'or a lion ramp. gold. Picton, Wyvill 

Court, CO. Berks and co. Chester. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. holding a cross 

orosslet fltchy of the last. Darrkll, Sussex. 



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LIOV....eoiit. 



St. « lioa nmp. erowned or. Gilbert de Seobaye, 

Bishop of LoQdoo, 1313-16. Seoraye, co. 

Worceater. 
8a. « lion runp. or armed and laogned gu. 

Bramhatj^ CO. Chester, and London ; confirmed 

21 Not. 16^. 
St. a Hon ramp, or orowned gn. The Pai^tinate 

of the Rhine, Z, 564, 566, 560, 575, 875. 
St. a lion ramp, tail forked or. Kino, co. 6nck> 

iogham. Sir Nicholas Eikoston, co. York, V. 

Sir John Kdiostoii, temp. Edward III, V. 

KniGSTos, Wendover, co. Bnckingham. Sire 

Johan de Kthestone, N. Thomas Kingston, Y, 
Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed or. Kingston, K*. 

Kino, Gharlestown, co. Roscommon, Bart. 

McOLEBT. 

Sa.a lioo ramp.tail forked or a label gn. Kingston, 

CO. Berwick. Sire Nicholas de Kingestone, N, 
Sa. a hon ramp, double tailed or a label of three 

points gn. Kntston. 
Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed or and a dexter 

Wston gu. Sire Walter de Kingestone, N, 
St. a lion rmmp. tail forked and nowed or. Sir 

Bartholomew BtmoHSBSHE, Kent, temp. Ed- 

Sa. a lion rmmp. guard, or. Bbooas, F*. Brocas, 
Beaorepajre, co. Hants ; the heiress, temp. 
Henry VII^ m. Pexhall. John Brocas, Y, 
Beockas or Brokas. Brookhurst. Brocas, 
Alton and Beaurepayre, quartering Brocas. 
Bbocas, Lord Mayor of London, 1780. Sir 
Barnard Brokas, V, Brocas or Brockust, 
quartering Roches, with gu. six ragged staves 
palewise, three two and one arg., Banbury, and 
Horell. Sjr John Brockas, Q, M. Bernard 
BioKAS, S. Fletwicke. 
Sa. 1 lioo ramp, guard, or and a label of three 

pointe gu. M. Bernard Brocas, S, 
Sa. a lion ramp, guard, or armed gu. Syr John 

Brockas, Q, 
Sa. a lion ramp, reguard. or. Evans. Gwtn, 
Mae^lech, oo. Brecon. Llotd, co. Brecon. 
SToamm. Stort. 
Sa. m lion ramp, reguard. or ducally orowned of 

the last Brockburst, London. 
Sa. ft lion ramp, per fess arg. and erroinois. 
IxoTD, Cynfell, co. Merioneth ; granted 1784. 
Sa. a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. Wellsand 

or Wklusakd. 
ScRfuine a lion ramp. arg. Wtxbish, HarL MS. 

«*», fo. 57. 
Taby or and gu. in the dexter comer a lion pass. 

^wd. of the last. Ferrers. 
Tairy or and gu. a lion pass, guard, gold * a lau- 
tieme pointe d'escue.' Robert Ferrers, Baron 
of Wemme, F, i. e, in the dexter canton, Z, 203. 
'^m a Hon pass, guard, arg. Hervt. 
Tcrt a lion ramp. arg. Beveridoe, Scotland. 
BoLSBCK. Hugh BoLEBEK, B, Lo Baron Sire 
Hogfa de BoLBBCKE, Y. Bulbeck, V. Camp- 
beU-HuvB, Purves Hall, oo. Berwick, Bart.; 
qvartering Pepdie, and quarterly with gyronny 
of eight or and aa. within a bordure gu. 
ektrged with eight eKcallops of the first a 
eaoton gyronny of eight of the third and erm., 
YvartehDg az. on a fess betw. three mascles 
fff . as many 5-lbila of the first, with .... three 
piles engr. ax. with arg. a cross engr. az. 
tad ofer all in snrtout an inescucheon ai^. 
charged with an ormnge slipped and imperially 
a«»i>ed all ppr. Ci^ch. Helton. Hrton. 
HtTtoi. Sir Adftm de Heyton or Hbton, V, 



BEAST. UOH .... cont. 

Hockleton, CO. Salop. Hoke, Todderich, 
Scotland: quartering .... a popinjay vert 
beaked and membered gu. Home, Spot, Scot- 
land ; descended fVom Home, Dunglass, 1424, 
quartering arg. three roses gu. slipped vert. 
H0ME4 That Ilk, quartering Pepdie. Hove, 
Longformaohus, with the same quartering. 
Home, Merestoun, with the same quartering, 
over all a crescent gu. Home, Aytoun, Scot- 
land; descended frotn Lord Home, with the 
same quartering, over all a rose gu. Home, 
Westertoun, with the same quartering over all 
a rose within a bordure gu. Home, Eccles, 
Scotland, quartering Pepdie and Hume. Home, 
Wudderbum, Scotland, quartering Pepdie and 
Sinclair. Home or Hume, Lumisden and 
Rentoun, Scotland, qnartenng Pepdie, For- 
rester, and Elme. Home, Kames, with the 
same quarterings, all within a bordure engr. 
gu. Hume, Humewood, co. Wicklow; de- 
scended from Hume, Baron Potworth, quarter- 
ing Pepdie. Hume, Hutton Hall, Scotland, 
with the same quartering, all within a bordure 
arg. Hume, Earl of Dunbar, with the same 
quartering and Hume, over all in surtout Dun- 
bar. Hume, Wormlebury, co. Hertford, Bart. 
Hume, Snlisbury. John Hume, Bishop of 
Bristol, 1756, Oxford, 1758, Salisbury, 1766 88, 
Add. MS. 5T98 ; quartering az. on a chev. .... 
three mullets .... 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. surmotmted by a fess gu. 
Joy. 

Vert a lion ramp, grasping a halbert arg. 
Parttn, CO. Salop and co. Stafford. 

Vert a lion ramp . holding a dagger arg. Dempset, 
Ireland. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. 
Bulbeck, Essex. Holme, Scotland. Home, 
Earl of Home, quartering Pepdie, over all an 
escucheon for Landell. Hume, Earl of March - 
mont, quartering Pepdie, Polworth, and St. 
Glair, o?er all in the centre an escucheon arg. 
charged with an orange ppr. stalked and slip- 
ped vert ensigned with an imperial crown ppr. 
Hume, Goldinghamlaw, Scotland. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. the head feet and tail gu. 
Gwaith VoED, living 921. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. crowned gu.' John 
Beeston, F. Be8Ton,F. Monsire de Beston, F. 
Ralphe Menvile, F. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. crowned and armed gu. 
Beebton. Orton, Orton, co. Cumberland; 
the heiress m. Skelton. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. Beeston. 
Boston. Conner, Ballybricken, co. Cork. 

Vert a lion ramp, guard, arg. Sir Walter Cotton, 
r. Walton, Cotton, V. De Cotton, F*. 
Hetton, CO. Lancaster. Love, quartered by 
Alchome ; Visitation of Kent, a.d. 1619. Sir 
John Sherborne, Q, Sherborne, Sherborne, 
CO. Lancaster; quartering Bailey, HarL MS, 
1549, fo. 86. Sir Richard Sherborne, co. Lan- 
caster, V, 

Vert a lion ramp, guard, arg. armed az. Sir 
John Sherborne, Q. 

Vert a lion ramp, reguard. arg. Cotton. 

Vert a lion ramp. erm. over all a fess gu. Jews, 
CO. Devon. 

Vert a lion ramp. or. Monsire Wakeline 

d'ARDEnNE, F. BiooTT. Conner. Farrell, 
Connaught, Ireland ; descended from the Princes 
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Leicester, qaarteiiDg Brome; derived ftrora 
Farrell, Dublin, aod co. Chester ; a heiress of 
FajCrbll and Dod, Lower Hall, Brocton, m. 
Worthington and Bonnor. Ooodenouoh. 
William de Gremefeld, Archbishop of York, 
13()6-15. Grenfeld, co. Wilts. Hardde. 
Lewis. Lloyd, co. Salop. Mac Neil, Barra, 
Inverness, chief of the Macneills of the Western 
Isles: quartering arg. in base the sea with a 
castle above the sea ppr., with or a Ijrmphad 
sails furled sa., and or a dexter hand erect 
couped gu. within an orle of nine fetterlocks .... 

Sr de MoNTENAK, K. Montemake, F*. 

Morgan, co. Monmouth. Thomas Newton, 
Bishop of Bristol 1761.82, Add. MS. 5798. Sire 
James de Nortone,^. Norton, South wick, co. 
Hants, quartering White ; the heiress m. White- 
head. Norton, Botherfield, co. Hants, Baronetcy 
23 M^y, 1622 ; quartering az. on a fess betw. six 
crosses croslet or three escallops gu., with az. 
a fess nebuly betw. three crescents or; the 
heiress m. Paulet. OTerrall, formerly 
Princes of Annaly, now co. Longford. Randes. 
Robbesart. Robsart, V. Rohantred. 
Sandiff. Shaen, Great Kew, Surrey, Bart, 
1730. 

Vert a lion ramp, sinisterwise or. Connour. 
Conor, King's County. 

Vert a lion ramp, or over all a baton az. 
Bbaupree. 

Vert a lion ramp, or depressed by a bend gu. 
Beaupere, F*. RafedeBEAUPRE,F. Beaupere, 
Cornwall. Dyper or Dipret, ComwalL 

Vert a lion ramp, or and a bendlet gu. 
Beaupere, V. 

Vert a lion ramp, or oppressed with a bend engr. 
gu. Dyper or Diprey, Cornwall. 

Vert a lion ramp, or a bendlet engr. gu. Dipre. 

Vert a lion ramp, or over all on a fess sa. a cres- 
cent arg. betw. two mullets of the second. 
Dalisone, Scotland. 

Vert floiy arg. a lion ramp. or. Helt. 

Vert semy of broomslips and over all a lion ramp, 
or. Sandde Hardd, Lord of Morton, the mo- 
dem Burton, co. Denbigh, from whom de- 
scended Powell, Horsley, Bart.; levan ap 
lorwerth, Uanwyllyn, co. Merioneth; and 
Llewelyn ap Ynyr, Yale. 

Vert a lion ramp, or armed and langued gu. 
Arderne. Newton. 

Vert a lion ramp, or armed and langued gu. over 
all a fess of the second. Thomas Jane or 
Jann, Bishop of Norwich, 1499-1500. 

Vert a lion ramp, or crowned az. Arderne. 

Vert a lion ramp, or crowned gu. Aldehne, V*. 
Arderne, W. 

Vert a lion ramp, crowned or. O'Connor, co. 
Kerry, Ireland. Tyson. 

Vert a lion ramp, tail erect or. John 

Grenefordb, Y. 

Vert a lion ramp, tail forked or over all a bend 
gu. Banprey, Weele, Norfolk. 

Vert a lion ramp, double tailed or over all a baton 
gu. Beaupbe, Wells. 

Arg. a demi otter sa. issumg out of a loch in base 
ppr. LiTHGOW, Diygraoge, Scotland. 

OX. 

Arg. a bull pass. az. Chittoks, Suffolk. 
Arg. a bull statant az. Chitok, Suffolk, W, 



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Arg. a bull pass. gu. Bevul, Cornwall. Bevill 

Bevan or Bevin, ComwalL Billesley. Ridley, 

Northumberland. 
Arg. a bull pass. gu. on a mount vert. Ridley, 

CO. Oxford, CO. York, and Tekett and Westwood, 

Northumberland. 
Arg. on a mount with bulrushes ppr. stalked aod 

leaved vert a bull pass. gu. Ridley. 
Arg. an ox pass. gu. through reeds ppr. Ridley. 
Arg. a bull gu. armed or. Bevbley, V*. 
Arg. a bull pass. gu. armed or. Bevill, Corn- 
wall. Cole. Gonowers or Gonwers. Gowse 

or Gowers. Torell, F*. 
Arg. on a plain vert a bull statant gu. Ridley,F. 

Sometimes attributed to Nicholas Ridley, 

Bishop of Rochester, 1547 ; London, 1550-3, 

Add. MS. 1244a, fo. 217. 
Arg. a bull statant gu. armed or. Sir William 

Torell, F. 
Arg. on a mount vert a bull standing gu. armed 

or. Ridley, Alkington and Linley, co. Salop. 

Sometimes attributed to Nicholas Ridley, 

Bishop of Rochester, 1547; London, 1550-8, 

Add. MS. 12448, fo. 188. 
Arg. a bull statant gu. armed or the tail betw. the 

legs. Bevyley, Cornwall, F. 
Arg. a bull pass. gu. armed and unguled or. 

Beville, Killegarth. Bevill, Cornwall. 
Arg. an ox gu. armed and unguled or passing a 

ford of water in base ppr. City of Oxford. 
Arg. on a mount vert a bull pass, under an oak 

all ppr. Verball or Verrell. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. Bellely. Meredydd Bwl. 

Lameun, Lamelin, Cornwall; the heiress m. 

Trelawny. 
Arg. on a mount vert a bull sa. armed gu. Ridley, 

v. 

Arg. a bull pass. sa. armed or. Bbnnet, Abing- 

ton, CO. Cambridge. 
Arg. a bull sa. armed and unguled or. Bull, 

Wales. BwLA, Treoothlavb, ComwalL 
Arg. an ox sa. unguled or passing a ford ppr. 

John de Oxford, Bishop of Norwich, 1175- 

1200. 
Arg. a bull statant sa. armed and hoofed or. 

GwYN, CO. Carmarthen. 
Az. a bull pass. arg. Chittock or Chittocke. 
Az. a bull pass. or. Chbttoke, Dickleborougb. 
Bendy wavy arg. and az. an ox gu. passing over a 

ford ppr. City of Oxford. 
£rm. a bull pass. gu. Beveille, co. Huntingdon. 

Bevill. 
£rm. a calf gu. Cavall. 

£rm. a calf pass. gu. Cavsix, Cornwall ; the co- 
heirs m. Vivian and Hore. 
£rm. a bull gu. armed arg. Becyll or 

Bevill, F*. 
£rm. a bull pass. gu. armed arg. Bevyll, 

Wolton, F. 
£rm. a bull pass. gu. armed and unguled or. 

Bevill, Cornwall. 
£rm. a bull pasn. sa. Winter Waiter or Witheb. 

W hitter, Ashurst, Sussex. 
Erm. a bull statant sa. armed gu. W^ytbb, F. 
Gu. a bull pass, guard, or. D'£lb(EUF. 
Or a bull gu. Aroahast. 
Or a bull pass. gu. Baron. Boron, W. Boyon. 

Torell or Tarell. 
Or a bull pass. gu. overall a pale ermine. Broke, 

Seijeant-at-Arms to King Henry VIII. 
Or a bull pass. gu. attired of the first. Baptist- 

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Or t bail ptm. sa. collared and belled gold. Hull, 

CbildOekford, co. Dorset, temp. Henry III. 
Or fe ball pa&s. sa. homed arg. Trecarne, Tre- 

cuve, Cornwall ; the heiress m, Glynn. 
Per bend sinister sa. and arg. a bull pass, regaard. 

erm. Shebwood, co. Warwick. 
Per brad sinister sa. and arg. a bull pass, reguard. 

eno. and ermines attired gu. Sherwood, F. 
Per fess rert and or a ball oonnterchanged. 

Hastixqs. 
Per tern vert and or a bnll salient oonnterchanged. 

Sr. Drew de HASTina, V. 
Per pale aig.and gn. a boll pass, oonnterchanged. 

Coucs. (OoopKft, Dicham Grove, near Peters- 

fieki, CO. Hants ?) 
Per pile arg. and gn. a boll pass, oonnterchanged 

stiired or. Coleman, Meniott, co. Somerset. 
Per pale indented go. and arg. a boll pass, coon- 

tfichaoged. CoixniAT. 
Perpftle indented or and gn. a boll pass, ooonter- 

changed. Caixobb. 
Per pale rert and or a boll salient oonnterchanged. 

De Hastdco, F*. 
Sa.1 ball pass. arg. Wood, Fulbome, co. Cam- 

ttndge ; and Sneterley, Norfolk. 
Sa.a ball pass. or. Fitz-Geffbey, co. Bedford ; and 

Hoalidoo, co. Northampton. Fttz-Geffry.F*. 
Sa. a ball statant arg. the tail between his legs. 

Fuz-Geffret, co. Bedford, F. 
Ten a ball arg. armed and nngoled or. Bestab. 
Vert a ball pass. or. Ridlesdalb. Ridlewobth. 

POBCUPIBE tee Vrohin. 

lABKT lee Kare. BAM tee Sheep. 

IHIBP, inelnding Fleeoe, Lamb, and Bam. 

iig. on a base wavy az. a lamb triumphant sa. 
Mn de Oxford, Bishop of Norwich, 11751200. 

^ a ram statant sa. armed or. Layton, co. 
Deron^TT. 

Arg. a paschal lamb pass. or. Dcntze, Rockbere 
Hoose, and Playford, co. Devon, Bart. 

Az. a golden fleece quarterly with or a castle 
go. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in fess vert over all a 
fe« erm. Pix)wes, Wakefield, co. York, granted 
12 December 1823. 

Go. a ram. pass. arg. Winbax, Woolstone, Scot- 
land. 

Gi. on an altar-tomb a Iamb pass, guard, arg. 
carrying a banner of the last charged with a 
cross of the first resting the dexter forefoot on 
a monnd or. Augustinian College of Bons* 
bommes at Ashsbtooe or Ashbidoe, co. Buck- 
ingham. 

Or on a mount betw. two lesser ones yert a lamb 
sa. holding with the dexter foot a banner erm. 
charged with a cross clechy gu. Gbose, Rich- 
mood, Surrey ; granted 1756. 

Fer ehev. erm. and gu. in base a golden fleece. 

FCMACX. 

Tcrt a Iamb arg. Laxbebt, Camagh, co. Wex- 

Cord, and co. Kilkenny; quartering erm. an 

Cigledispl. go. 
Ten a lamb pass, with three heads guard, and 

rvfoard. arg. Tbifpet. 
Tm a ram pass. arg. Yea, Pyrland Hall, co. 

Somerset, Bart. 

BQiriBBEL 

Arg- ft iqairrel sejant gn. cracking a nut or. 

Haetfokd, CO. Chester. NnT8HALL,NutshaIl,co. 

Uaeaster, W. 
A»B. a Hqnirrrl sejant gu. cracking a nut ppr. 

HAtTFOED, V. NUTSHALL, F*. SqUIRE, F*. 



BEAST. 8QUIBBEL .... cont, 

Arg. a squirrel sejant gu. cracking nuts ppr. 

Squire, co. Devon and co. Worcester. 
Arg. a squirrel sejant gu. supporting a hazel 

branch vert fructed or. Ndtshall, Nutshall, 

CO. Lancaster. 
Az. a squirrel sejant or. Walters, Pieroefield, 

CO. Monmouth. 
Erm. a squirrel sejant gu. Squibe, the heiress 

m. Mervyn. 
Or a squirrel sejant gu. Squire, Sufiblk, V. 
Or a squirrel sejant gu. cracking a nut •••• 

Orton, Kent Orton, V, 
Or a squirrel sejant gu. holding a sprig ppr. 

Nafleton. 

TIOEB 

Arg. a tiger reguard. at a mirror az. Sibells. 
Arg. a tiger statant reguardant coward gu. at a 

mirror on the ground az. handled or. Sibbells, 

Kent, F. 
Arg. a tiger reguard. at a mirror gn. Sibell, Kent. 
Arg. a tiger or reguard. at a mirror az. Sibells, 

F*. 
Arg. a tiger pass, reguard. at a mirror ppr. Bardis, 

CO. Oxford. 
Arg. a tiger ramp. ppr. collared and chained or. 

O'Halib. 
Arg. a tiger pass. sa. Bold. Daniell. 
Az. a tiger statant or. Loane, Kent, F. 
Az. a tiger pass. or. Loane. Lone, Kent; War- 

lingham and Ellour, Suffolk. Love, Sevenoaks, 

Kent. 
Or a heraldic tiger pass. gu. Lutwyche or 

Lltpwich. 
Or a tiger .... gu. Lutwych, F*. 
Or a tiger pass. gu. Lutwyche, Lutwioh, co. Salop. 
Or a tiger statant gu. Lutwych, Lutwych, co. 

Salop, F. 
Or a tiger pass. sa. Dyot, Lichfield, and Freeford 

Hall, CO. SUffbrd ; confirmed 20 February, 1562. 
Or a heraldic tiger pass. sa. Stackpoole. 
Per pale az. and gu. a tiger ramp. erm. John de 

Norwich, X. 
Per pale gu. and az. a tiger pass. arg. Mabb. 
Per pale gu. and az. a tiger statant arg. John 

Mabb, Chamberlain of London, 1560, F. 
Vert a heraldic tiger pass, or mane and tuft of 

the tail arg. Love, Kirksted, Norfolk ; granted 

10 December, 1663. 

UBGHIH, inelnding Hedgehog and Foronpine 

Gn. a porcupine arg. collared or. Hyer, London. 
Qu. a hedgehog sidient collared and chained arg. 

Sir Simon Eyre, Lord Mayor of London, F. 
On. a porcupine salient arg. quilled and chained 

or. Eyre, Lord Mayor of London, 1445. 
On. a porcupine erect arg. tusked collared and 

chained or. Simon Eyre, Lord Mayor of 

London, 1445. 

WOLF 

On. a demi wolf ppr. issuing to the sinister feet 

erected each side of the head arg. Betwill. 
.... a wolf pass. ppr. Trembleth, Trembleth, 

St. Ervan, Cornwall ; the heiress ra. Arundel. 
Arg. a wolf pass. gu. Wolfe sley or Wolselby. 
Arg. on a mount vert a wolf (pass. V*) statant gu. 

Smith, W, 
Arg. a wolf issuing from a wood ppr. Callaohan 

or O'Callaohan, Ireland. 
Arg. a wolf sa. enraged gu. Malbton, co. Devon. 
Arg. a wolf pass. sa. Walsall. Walsalle, 

F*. Wolleshall, Wollesball, co. Worcester. 

Wolston. 

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BEAST. WOLF .... eonu 

Arg. a wolf ramp. sa. collared or. Wood, V, 
A rg. a wolf salient sa. Atwood. Ford, Frating, 
Essex. Wolfe, EastoD-Manduit, co. North- 
ampton. Wood, oo. Stafford. 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. collared gu. Wood. 
Arg. a wolf statant sa. Walsalle, V, 
Az. a wolf pass. arg. Blaidd Rhydd. Loe. 

SUROAN. SUBOEON, F*. 

Az. a wolf pass. arg. armed and langaed gu. 
Gellyn ap Blaidd RnrDD. 

Az. a wolf ramp. arg. Brees or Breeze. Sir 
John DooN, F. Henry Dwnn. Dun, F«. 
Lewis. Lloyd, Bronwydd. Lloyd, Crickadam, 
CO. Brecon. Oliffe. (Tydwall, Gloff, co. 
Brecon ?) Watkins, Llangorse, co. Brecon. 

Az. a wolf ramp. arg. collared gu. chained (gu. 
F*) or. Sir Morgan Kidwally, F. 

Az. a wolf salient arg. Clece. Glere, F. 
Davies, Pentre, co. Pembroke; quartering 
Saunders. Don, Donn, or Doon. Donne, 
Picton. Howell. Lloyd, Bronwydd, co. Car- 
digan; and Kilrue, co. Pembroke; descended 
from the ancient lords of Dyfed. Maenyrch 
GocH, lord of Brycheinog. 

Az. a wolf salient arg. collared gu. Eidwell. 

Az. a wolf salient arg. collared and chained or. 
Kyndwell. 

Az. a wolf salient arg. langued or armed gu. 
Downe. 

Arg. a wolf statant arg. John Suroon or 

SUBGUN, F. 

Az. a wolf salient erm. Davis, Kent; proved 
June, 1772. 

Az. a wolf salient or. Donne, Mattishall. Dunn, 
Bircher, Leominster; quartering sa. three 
round buckles tongues downwards or. 

Az. a wolf sidient or collared az. bezanty. Eidwell, 
Wales. 

Barry of ten or and vert a wolf ramp. arg. Wolf, 
F*. Wolfe, F. 

Gu. a wolf issuing out of a rock from the sinister 
side of the escucheon all arg. Williams, co. 
Devon; and Denton, co. Lincoln. Williams, 
The Friars, Chichester, Sussex. Williams, 
Clapton, CO. Northampton, Bart. ; the heiress 
m. Fonnereau. 

Gu. a cave ppr. therefrom issuant a wolf at full 
speed reguard. arg. Williams. 

Gu. a wolf pass. arg. Low, London, 1684 ; quar- 
tering arg. a hunting-horn stringed sa. betw. 
three crescents of the last, with arg. on a fess 
betw. tliree crescents gu. as many mullets or. 
Low, Alderwasley. Sir Edward Low, New 
Sarum, co. Wilts, 1730. Lowe, F*. Lowe, 
Shrewsbury, oo. Salop; and Calne, co. Wilts. 
Lowes, Ridley Hall, co. Northumberland. 

Gu. a wolf preyant arg. Lowe, New Sarum, co. 
Wilts. 

Gu. a wolf statant arg. William Lowe,co. Salop, 
1586, W, 

Gu. a wolf salient or. Albanoe. 

Gyronny of eight arg. and or a wolf saliant sa. 
Atwood. 

Gyronny of eight az. and gu. a wolf ramp, or 
armed sa. langued of the second. Hanke, 
Mayor of Chester; granted 6 September, 1580. 

Or a wolf salient sa. armed gu. Louth or Lowth, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Or a wolf salient sa. armed of the field. Louth 
or LowTH, CO. Lincoln. 

Or on a mount vert a wolf statant sa. under a tree 
ppr. Wood, co. Lancaster, 1582. 



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WOLF.... cone. 



Per pale gu. and az. a wolf salient arg. Hankey, 
Churtou, CO. Chester. Henry Hankey, Mayor 
of Chester ; granted 1572. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a wolf salient (of the last 
bendwise. Fresche, V*) counterchanged. 
French. 

Per pale sa. and az. a wolf pass. arg. French. 
But salient. Fresh. Frenche, W, Fresche, 
F. And statant. French, IF. 

Sa. a wolf ramp. arg. Louis. 

Sa. a wolf sdient and in the dexter chief a 
crescent (for diff.) arg. Loude Louths or 
Lowth, Castle Hedingham, Essex; Creting- 
ham, Suffolk ; Sawtrey Beaumys, co. Hunting- 
don ; quartering Mulso. 

Sa. a wolf ramp. or. Louthe, F. But salient. 
Louth or Lowth. Robert Louth, Bishop of 
St. David's 1766, Oxford 1766, London 1777-67. 

Sa. semy of estoiles a wolf salient or. Wilson ; 
granted 18 . . . 

Sa. a wolf salient reguard. or. Loadeb, London ; 
granUd 30 July, 1687. 

Vert, a wolf pass, pierced with an arrow tbe point 
coming out of the mouth arg. Bleddyn ap 
Maenyrch, 1090. Powell, Castle Madoc. 

Vert a wolf salient arg. Gambow ; impaling arg. 
three mulberry leaves vert two and one. 

Vert a wolf ramp. or. Wolff. 

ANTELOPE and in ehief . . . • 
on a Chief. . . . OroiteB 
Per pale gu. and arg. an heraldic antelope pass, 
counterchanged on a chief divided as the field 
or and az. two crosses croslet fitehy also 
counterchanged. Robert Diohton, Stourton, 
CO. Lancaster, F. 

....EacallopB 
Or an antelope pass. gu. on a chief of the second 
three escallops of the first. Dkrycott. 

BEAVEB and in chief. . . . 
Erm. on a mount vert a beaver ppr. a chief az. 
charged with an anchor erect cabled or betw. 
two eagle's heads erased arg. beaked gold. 
Hose, Kentish Town, Middlesex; granted 
3 February, 1806. 

BAT and in ohief . . . . 

on a Chief Palets 

Arg. a bat displ. sa. on a chief gu. three palets of 
the field. Staikinos, co. Somerset. Staynings, 
Honycott, co. Somerset. 
6.Foils 
Per chev. az. and arg. in base a bat dispL in chief 

two 5-foils counterchanged. Blake. 
Per chev. az. and arg. in base a bat displ. sa, in 
chief two pierced 5.foils or. Blake, F« 

BEAB and in ohief. . . . 

Canton 

Arg. a bear ramp. sa. a canton erm. Bere, F*« 

Arg. a bear salient sa. a canton erm. BERE,Kent,IF. 

Arg. a bear in pale salient sa. armed gu. a canton 

erm. Beare. 
Arg. a bear sa. and a canton gu. Bere, Kent ; 

and Oakenham, co. Berks. 
Arg. a bear ramp. sa. and a canton gu. Bears 

or Beere, Kent, 1586. Beere, F*. 
Arg. a bear salient sa. a canton gu. John Beerb, 

Kent, 1586, W. 

on a Canton.... Bird 
Az. a bear salient arg. on a canton or a cock gu. 

Denhany. 
Az. a bear sejant with the fore paws salient arg. 

on a canton or a cock gu. Dehaney, London. 



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BEAST. BOAB and in ehief . . . • 

B«wt 

Per ehev. or and gn. in base a boar pass, in chief 
two lioDs pass, guard, connterchanged. Eason. 

Per ehev. or and vert in base a boar pass, of the 
first in chief two lions pass, guard, gu. 
M'DoNAOH, Ireland. 

0B a Canton .... Sword 

Go. a saoglier pass, or and for diff. a canton erm. 
eharged with a sword palewise ppr. Baibd, 
Newbyth. And with a crescent .... surmount- 
mg the sword. Baisd, Saughton Hall. 
Castle 

Az. in base a boar pass. or. in chief a castle with 
two towers arg. Cazalet. 

« a Cliiaf Xolleti 

EroL a boar pass. az. on a chief or two pierced 

mallets of the second. Fobsteb. 
Erm. a wild boar pass. az. bristled armed and 

onguled or langued gu. on a chief of the third 

two molleta of Uie fourth. Bacon, Newton Cup, 

CO. Durham, and Stewart Pile, Northumberland ; 

$nnted 1752. 
Per pile ml, and arg. a boar pass, connterchanged 

OQ t chief az. three mullets of the second. 

Doaui, Ireland. 

....Bonndles 
Aig. a boar pass. gu. armed and bristled or on a 

ehi^ az. three plates. Purcell, Cromlyn, co. 

Dublin; a branch of PuBCEUi, Croagb, oo. 

limerick. 

CroMont and Sitoile 
Go. in base a boar pass, or in chief within an 

increscent an estoile of eight points aig. on a 

canton erm. a sword erect ppr. pomel and hilt 

gold. Baibd, Femton, co. Perth, Bart., de- 

teoided from Auchmedden. 

CAT and in ehief. . . • 

m a Cliiof . . . .Banner 
Az. a eat ramp. arg. on a chief the standard of 

St Andrew and a claymore point downwards in 

saltire ppr. Smith, London. 
CrMcents 
Erm. a eat pass, and in chief two crescents sa. 

DcASZ, London, and Ireland. 



Bra 



DVEB and in ehief. . . . 



Sa. a buck lodged reguard. arg. betw. the attires 
a beathcock volant or. Mortoft, Norfolk. 

Sa. a hart lodged and betw. the attires a heath- 
cock volant or. Morlosht or Mobtoft. 

Sa. a buck lodged reguard. and betw. the attires 
a heftibeoek volant or. Mortoft, Norfolk. 

Sa. a stag lodged reguard. and betw. the attires a 
bird or. Nortost, Norfolk. 

MiaCkaton Loaenges 

At%. t hind trippant gu. on a canton of the second 

three lozenges of the first. Aoras. 
....Ship 
Aff. a Btag pass, gu.on a canton az. a galley or. 

pAXua. 
Ckiaf 
Az. a Slag trippant or a chief arg. Bertrand. 
Of a back ppr. and a chief gu. Sparhow, K*. 
Or a ban trippant ppr. and a chief gu. Sfabhow, 

E«ex, W, 
St. a buck trippant and a chief indented or. 

Haxj)I.E5. ^chard Humble, Alderman of 

L«don 1626, in St. Saviour's church, South. 

vark. HcMBLB, Stratford, EsKex, and London, 

16^ HrMBfjE, London, Baronetcy 16G0. 

OXFORD 



BELAST. BESB and in chief. . . . cont. 

Chief eont, 
Sa. a stag tripp. erm. and a chief or. Waleston. 

on a Chief. ...Beast 
Arg. on a mount a buck couchant under a tree all 
ppr. and for augmentation on a chief az. a 
mount vert thereon a lion in the act of tearing 
the standard of the Mahratta prince Holkar 
and beneath the word " Madripore." Hislop, 
Tothill, CO. Devon, Bart. 

....Beasts 

Per pale vert and arg. on the first a buck pass, 
ppr. on the second a boar pass, per pale sa. and 
ppr. on a chief or two lions ramp, combatant 
gu. supporting with their fore paws a sword 
entwined with a serpent. O'Suluvan, Ireland. 

....Bird 

Sa. on a mount in base vert a buck salient or a 
chief of the third charged with a blackcock ppr. 
Martoset. 

Sa. on a field in base vert a stag courant or 
a chief arg. charged with a beathcock ppr. 
MoRTOFFE, Norfolk, 1609. 

Sa. on a mount ppr. a stag lodged or a chief of 
the third charged with a moorcock of the 
second. Mortoft, Itringham, Norfolk; eon- 
firmed October 1600. 

.... Birds 
Sa. a stag trippant or attired and unguled arg. on 
a chief of the same three falcons ppr. Edwards, 
originally of Maes yr-hen-Uys, co. Denbigh, 
subsequently of Oouldgrieve, co. Flint, and now 
of Old Court, CO. Wicklow. 

....Castles 
Gu. from behind bushes vert a stag courant arg. 
on a chief az. three castles of the field one and 
two. James, Cathedine, co. Brecknock. 

....Crescents 
Gu. a stag trippant or on a chief of the second 
three crescents of the first. Pserman. 
....8-Foil 
Sa. a stag trippant or on a chief dancetty arg. a 
3-foil vert Humble, Cloncoskoran, co. Water- 
ford, Bart., quartering Nugent. 
....5-FoU 
Or on a mount a stag lodged in a grove of trees 
ppr. on a chief gu. a 5 -foil betw. two mullets of 
the field. Fernie, Scotland. 
....Flower 
Or. a stag trippant az. on a chief of the last three 
roses arg. Fruid, Scotland. 
....MuUet 
Arg. a stag couchant ppr. on a chief vert a mullet 
of the field. Doherty. 

Xulleto 

Arg. a buck at full speed .... on a chief vert three 

mullets of the first. O'Doherty, Ireland. 
Arg. a stag courant ppr. on a chief vert three 
mullets of the field. Doherty. 
. . . .Wings 
Arg. a stag trippant surmounted by a tree eradi- 
cated vert on a chief az. two wings expanded 
and conjoined of the field. Benny. 

Cretoents 
Arg. on ground in base a stag lodged betw. two 
trees vert in chief three crescents .... Hislop 
or HisLOPE^ Scotland. 

Cross 
Arg. on a mount a stag lodged in a grove of trees 
vert in chief a cross croslet betw. two mullets 
or. Ferney, Scotland. 



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BEAST. BEEB and in chief. . . . cont. 
Crown 

Arg. a stag trippant ppr. hoofed and attired or 
betw. the attires a royal crown ppr. being an 
ftugmentation granted by King John. Williams, 
Eltham, Kent; baronetcy *2 November 1C74; 
and Gwernevet, co. Brecknock. Williams, 
Islington, Middlesex. 

Az. a stag pabs. arg. attired or betw. the attires a 
regal crown ppr. Davies, Brecon. Davis. 
Powell, co. Brecknock. 

Az. a stag trippant arg. collared and lined or betw. 
the attires an imperial crown ppr. Prytherch, 
Abergele, co. Carmarthen ; originally ap Rhyd- 
derch ; descended from Rhydderch ap Gwilyn, 
of the line of Cradoc ap Gwilyn, Lord of Tal- 
ly n ; quartering gu. on a chev. betw. three men's 
heads couped in profile arg. five gouttes de sang. 

Az. a stag trippant arg. unguled attired and bear- 
ing betw. his horns an imperial crown or. 
Owain Gethin. Lewis, Gilfacb, co Carmar- 
then ; quartering az. a chev. betw. three eagle's 
heads erased or. Prytherch, Abergele. 

Estoiles 
Gu. a stag arg. lodged in a thicket of trees vert 
betw. the attires three stars of the second. 
Fairnie, Farlogie, Scotland. 
Flower 
Arg. a stag trippant with wings attached to the 
buttocks and hind legs ppr. betw. the attires a 
rose or. Jones, Tredastan, co. Brecknock. 
6.foU 
Sa. a buck conchant arg. attired or in the sinister 
chief quarter a 5 foil of the last. Downes, 
Even wood, co. Durham. 
Insect! 
Gu. a buck trippant arg. in chief two bees volant 
or on a chief nebuly of the third a Lorraino 
cross as the field betw. two eagles displ. sa. 
GooDHART, Langley Park, Kent. 
Xnllet and Crescent 
Az. a stag tripp. arg. in the dexter chief a mullet 
of six points and in the sinister an increscent 
of the last. Strachan, Tarrie, Scotland. 
Mallets 
Gu. on a mount in base a stag pass. arg. in chief 

two mullets or. Crispie. 
Gu. a stag lodged arg. surmounted by a crosier or 
betw. the attires three mullets of the second. 
Fairn, Nig, Scotland. 
Boxmdles 
Per chev. engr. or and sa. in base a hart trippant 
of the first in chief three ogresses. Hartstromg, 
South Repps, Norfolk. 

BOa and in ehief . . . . 
Bnokles 
Sa. a talbot pass, or in chief three round buckles 
arg. Carter, co. York. 
Canton 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. a canton erminois. 

Jacobs. 
Chief 
Arg. a greyhound pass, and a chief sa. Carpenter, 

Sussex ; and Cobham, Surrey ; granted 4 March, 

1663. 
Gu. a talbot pass, or a chief erm. Chaffin, War- 
minster, CO. Wilts. Thomas Chaffin, Chettle, 

CO. Dorset, 1730. 

on a Chief (Beast) Lion 

Sa. a talbot sejant arg. on a chief gu. a lion pass. 

guard, betw. two fleurs-de-lis or. Town of 

Sudbury. 



BEAST. BOO and in chief. . . . cont. 

on a Chief. . . . Crosses 

Arg. a talbot pass. sa. collared or on a chief 
az. three croslets of the third. Keene, Nor- 
folk. 

Arg. a talbot pass. sa. eared and collared of the 
field on a chief indented az. three crosses cros- 
let (another, botonny) of the first. Keyne, 
Suffolk. 

Arg. a talbot pass. sa. collared or on a chief in- 
dented az. three crosses croslet of the third. 
Edmund Keene, Bishop of Chester, 1752; 
Ely 1771-81. 

Arg. a talbot pass. sa. eared and collared or to the 
collar a ring of the second on a chief indented 
az. three crosses croslet of the third. Eene, 
Starston, Norfolk. 

Az. a talbot pass, or on a chief arg. three crosses 
croslet sa. Kene, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Az. a talbot pass, or on a chief indented arg. 
three crosses flory sa. Keen, North Cote 
and Thanderston, Suffolk; granted 3 May, 
1562. 

....Flenrs-de-lis 

Arg. a greyhound pass. sa. on a chief az. three 
fieurs-de-lis or. Halford, Wistow Hall, oo. 
Leicester; Baronetcy I6il, extinct 1780. 

Arg. a greyhound statant sa. collared or on a 
chief az. three fleurs-de-lis of the third. 
Halford, Paddock House, near Canterbury, a 
branch of the preceding. 
....Flower 

Arg. a greyhound pass. sa. on a chief az. a rose 
arg. for augmentation 1827 betw. two fleurs-de- 
lis or and as further augmentation on a canton 
erm. a staff entwined with a serpent ppr. and 
ensigned by a coronet composed of crosses 
patty and fleurs-de-lis .... Halford, Baro- 
netcy 27 September, 1809. 
Key 

Arg. a spaniel dog pass. ppr. on a chief embattled 
az. a key paleways the wards upward betw. two 
crosses croslet or. Maire. 
....Mallets 

Or a talbot pass. sa. on a chief of the second 
three mullets of the first. Alwaye, Streetley, 
CO. Bedford. 

.•». Boxmdles 

Arg. a greyhound in full course sa. on a chief of 
the second three bezants. Blackwbll.' 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. on a chief dancetty 
of the last three hezants. Blaokwell, Amp- 
ney Park, oo. Gloucester. 

Arg! a greyhound in full course sa. collared 
chequy or and go. on a chief dancetty of the 
second three bezants. Blackwall, Blackwall, 
in the Peak, co. Derby, Henry III. 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. on a chief indented 
of the last three bezants. Blackhall, Exeter. 
Blackwall, London. 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. collared or on a 
chief dancetty or indented of the second three 
bezants. Blakwell, co. Derby, V. 
Crescents 

Arg. a talbot sejant sa. in chief three crescents 
gn. Furnese Furnes and Fubness. 
. Flenrs-de-Us 

Sa. in base a greyhound pass, and in chief three 
fleurs-de-lis arg. Hawfobd, co. Leicester. 
Horn 

Or a greyhound courant in bend sa. in the dexter 
chief a hunting horn stringed of the la^L 
Ja«o. 



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BEAST. BOG and in ehlaf . . . .eont. 

LoiengM 
Per fees erm. and sa. a talbot pass, or in chief two 
lozenges of the second. Daniel, Trelissick, 
GoniwalL 
Pbeoni 
Yertin base a talbot pass, and in chief twopheons 
or. Grafb, New Windsor, co. fierks ; granted 
1764. 

SLEPHAHT and in ehlef . . . . 

CanUm 

Or an elephant az. on his back a quadrangular 
castle arg. masoned ppr. on the sinister tower 
t flagstaff and banner gu. on the dexter corner 
of the banner a canton silver charged with a 
cross gn. the dexter corner of the escutcheon 
quarterly France and England. Royal African 
CoxpAmr, incorporated 20 Jan. 1662. 

•BaChi«f....H6art 
Go. an elephant erminois on a chief or a human 

fafart ppr. betw. two horseshoes az. Pitt, 

Priorslej and Shiffoall, co. Salop ; granted 1758. 
Erminms an elephant statant az. on a chief of 

the last the sun betw. two beehives ppr. 

t.«. or. Heacock, Newingtou, CO. Middlesex ; 

frnUd 1746. Haycock. 

FITCH and in chief. . . . 

irfr.a foine (or fitch) sa. on a chief indented gu. 
three eseaUops or. M abten, Sussex, descended 
from those of Aquitaine, 1386. 

GOAT and in chief. . . . 

irg. a goat salient sa. and a chief vert. Buketon 
or BucKTOH. BucKTON, Bellingham, North- 
mberland. 

HABE and in chief. . . • 

01 a Chief Sworda 

Az. a hare salient arg. with a hunting horn vert 

hanging about the neck garnished gu. or a 

chiet arg. a sword fesswise az. hilt and pomel 

or. CuHAND, Faskine, Scotland. 
Snna 
Az. a hare courant and in chief three suns or. 

John Watson, Bishop of Winchester, 1580-4. 

Add, MS. 1^443, fo. 131 6. 

HORSE and in chief. . . . 

• 

«i a lAief. . . .Eacallopa 
Barry of four .... and .... a demi-horse issuant 
.... CO a chief .... three escallops .... 
Ralph of SHBEWSBrBT, Bishop of Bath, etc., 
1^29'&3; orBalph Ebohvm, Bishop of Salisbury 
1375, Bath, etc, 1388-1400. 
....Xnllata 
VfTt a horse arg. caparisoned or on a chief of the 
»eeood three spur-rowels gu. Studholme, 
^adholme. Abbey Holme, co. Cumberland, 
temp. Henry II. 
Croa 
Aff, on ground in base vert a horse pass. sa. 
saddled and bridled gu. in chief a cross croslet 
frteht of the third. Torrix. 
litoila 
Arg. on a mount in base vert a horse trotting sa. 
foniihbed gu. in chief a star of the third. 
Tiomi, Scotland; Workman' $ MS. 

LBOPABD andin chief: 

l^ra. a leopard ramp, regnard. and in chief three 
foe« volant ppr. Zachariah Pearce, Bishop 
<rf Bangur, 1747 ; Rochester, 1750-74. 



BEAST. LIOH and in chief. . . • 

Annulet 
Arg. a lion ramp, and in the dexter point an an- 
nulet gu. Leigh, Leigh, Cornwall. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or an annulet of 
the second. Malton. 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. langued gu. in chief an an- 
nulet or. Taylor, London. 
Birdi.... Falcone 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail nowed gu. gorged with an 
eastern coronet or in chief three falcons ppr. 
Bewes, St. Neots, Cornwall. 
....Martlets 

Arg. a lion ramp, gorged with a ducal coronet or 
in chief three martlets .... Bewbs. 
Canton 

Arg. a demi lion ramp, and a canton az. 
Kernabt. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a canton chequy or and 
gu. Jeffryes, Brecon and Abercywieg, co. 
Brecon. 

Arg. a lion ramp, and a canton sa. Owen, co. 
Salop, Kent, and London. Owen, Woodhouse, 
CO. Salop ; descended from Owen, Llunllo ; the 
heiress m. Kynaston and Mostyn. Owen, 
Bettws Hall, co. Montgomery, of like descent. 
Owen, Condover, co. Salop, of like descent; the 
heirs m. Mytton and Sroytbe. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a canton or. Budd. 

Az. a lion ramp, and a canton or. Budd, Aber- 
gavenny, CO. Monmouth ; and Higham-Ferrers, 
CO. Northampton. Budd, Newton Kyme, co. 
York; and Thome, Doncaster; quartering 
Sutherland. 

Chequy orandgu. a lion ramp. erm. and a canton 
az. Scarlett, West Bargholt and Copsford, 
Essex, in 11. 

Chequy or and gu. a lion ramp. sa. a canton arg. 
Skarlett, East Dereham, Norfolk. 

Erm. a lion ramp. az. a canton sa. Edwards, 
CO. York. 

Erm. a lion ramp, and a canton sa. Jeffreys, 
Acton, 00. Denbigh ; and Whiteford, co. Flint; 
derived from Tudor Trevor. Jeffreys, Lord 
Jeffreys, of Wem — the Judge JeflVeys; de- 
scended from Jeffreys, Acton, co. Denbigh ; the 
heiress in 1720 m. Fermor. Jeffreys, Wem, 
CO. Salop. Jeffryes or Jeffereys. 

Gu. a lion couchant arg. a canton or. Jones, 
Fakenham, Norfolk. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a canton erm. Stott. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or a canton erm. 
Grey. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a canton or. Whetstone-, 
Essex. 

Gu. a lion ramp, and a canton erm. of the last. 

SCARINOBORNE. 

Gu. semy-de-lis or a lion ramp, and a canton erm. 

Marks or Markes, Suffolk. 
Gu.a lion ramp, or acanton erm. Scartnoborne,co. 

Lancaster. ScharinobornEjK. Scharinobourn, 

F^.SHARBURNEOrSHERINOBURNB. ShaRNBORNE, 

Shambome Hall, Norfolk. 
Gu. a lion ramp, tail forked or and a canton erm. 

Sherrorne, Norfolk, and co. Northampton. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or a canton per bend sinister 

erm. and sa. Landen. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. collared arg. a canton az. 

Mallory, Mobberley, co. Chester, temp. James 

I ; the heiress m. Leigh ; derived from Sir 

William Mallory, Studley, co. York. 
Or a lion ramp, and a canton gn. Bruers. 

PowEix. Powis, Sutton, CO. Salop. 



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BEAST. UOH and in ohief . . . . eont. 

Canton eont. 
Or. a lion ramp, vert a canton erm. Sutton, 

Edenhall, co. Stafford. Sir Richard Sutton, 

1619, one of the executors of the will of Tho- 

mas Sutton, founder of the Charter House, 
• London. 
Per bend sinister erm. and erminois a lion ramp. 

or a canton sa. for distinction. Pennant, quar- 
tering Douglas. 
Per chev. arg. and or a lion ramp. sa. a canton 

gu. Meredyth. 
Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp, counterchanged 

a canton sa. Hethrinoton, Ireland. 
Per pale gu. and az. crusily or a lion ramp. arg. 

a canton erm. Hutchinson, Sldrsgill and 

Crossfield House, Cumberland; Newbiggin 

Hall and Appleby, Westmoreland ; the heiress 

m. Martin. 
Per pale or and vert a lion ramp. gn. a can- 
ton vairy or and gu. William Marshaix, Earl 

of Pembroke. 
Sa. semy-de-lis or a lion ramp. arg. ducalljr 

crowned of the second a canton erm. Phillips. 

on a Canton. . . . (Beast) Boar 
Barry of ten arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. on a 

canton of the last a boar pass, of the first. 

Jackson, Edinburgh. 

....Lion 
Or a lion ramp. gu. surmounted by a bend engr. 

sa. on a canton of the second a Hon ramp. arg. 

Spence, Edinburgh. 
....Bird 
Erm. a lion ramp, guard, az. on a canton gu. an 

eagle displ. with two necks or. Edwabds, 

London. 
Erm. a lion ramp. az. on a canton or an eagle dispL 

sa. Edwards, Lord Mayor of London, 1679. 
Erm. a lion ramp, guard, az. on a canton or an 

eagle displ. sa. Edwards, Tyrington, Norfolk. 
Erm. a lion ramp. gu. on a canton or an eagle 

displ. sa. Edwards. 
Erm. a lion ramp, guard, gu. armed az. on a can- 
ton or an eagle displ. with two necks sa. 

Edwards, Kent, and co. Salop. 
Gu. crusily and a lion pass, guard, or a canton 

arg. charged with an eagle dispL sa. on the 

breast an escucheon gold charged with three 

bars az. Astell, co. Leicester. 
....Castle 
Barry of six erm. and sa. over all a lion ramp, or 

on a canton gu. a castle of the third. Gibson, 

Ireland. 
Chequy or and gu. a lion ramp. erm. on a canton 

az. a castle triple-towered arg. Scarlett, 

Baron Abinger. Campbell, Baroness Strathe- 

den, a daughter of Lord Abinger. 
....Chevron 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. ducally crowned or on a 

canton az. a chev. of the third betw. three 

acorns slipped and erect . . . Du CANE,*London ; 

and Braxted Lodge, Essex; granted 1730. 
....Cross 
Az. a lion pass, or on a canton arg. a cross gu. 

Jason, W, 
Gu. a lion ramp, or on a canton arg. a cross sar- 

celly vert Reson or Reason, Essex. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or on a canton of the last 

a cross croslet vert. Resine, Essex, temp. 

Edward I. 
Gn. a lion ramp, or on a canton of the second 

a cross patonce vert. Sir John Resone, 

Essex, V, 



BEAST. UOH and in chief. . . . cont, 

on a Canton . . . .Cross cont, 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. on a canton of the second a 
cross gu. Churchill. Churchill, Duke of 
Marlborough ; quartering Spencer ; over all 
in chief for augmentation on an escucheon 
arg. a cross gu. debruised by on an escucheon 
az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
....Cap 

Per bend sinister dancetty erminois and sa. a 
lion ramp, counterchanged on a canton gu. a 
covered cup arg. Simpson, Glover's House, 
Sittingboum, Kent; quartering erm. a chev. 
gu. betw. three pheasant cock's heads couped 
az. with arg. on a fess dancetty gu. betw. three 
torteaux a fleur-de-lis or. 
....Escallop 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a sinister canton az. an 
escallop or. Leigh, Northam, co. Devon, W, 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a sinister canton of the 
second an escallop or. Leigh, Borough in 
Northam, co. Devon; derived from Leigh, High 
Leigh ; the co-heiresses m. Basset and Buiy. 

Per bend sinister az. and vert a lion pass, reguard. 
or on a canton arg. an escallop gu. Cranke, 
London. 

Per bend sinister erm. and ermines (t erminois) 
a lion ramp, or and for distinction on a canton 
sa. an escallop arg. charged with a cross flory 
of the fourth. Trevor. 
....Flower 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. with an augmentation of 
a canton erm. charged with a rose.... 
Whitestones ; granted 22 Sept 1586. 

Az. a lion ramp, double tailed sa. a canton az. 
thereon a rose of the first slipped ppr. Owen, 
Wrexham, oo. Denbigh ; quartered by Rogers 
Harrison. 

....S-Foil 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a canton gn. a 5-foil eim. 
Whetstone, Woodford Row, Essex. 
....Fret 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. on a canton sa. a fret or. 

BUCKLAMO. 

....Garb 
Erm. a lion ramp on a canton.... a garb... 

GiSBONE. 

Erminois a lion ramp. sa. collared arg. on a can- 
ton vert a garb or. Gisborne, Yoxall Lodge, 
CO. Stafibrd ; and Horwick House, co. Derby. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. sa. on a canton of the 
second a garb of the first. Price, Eingston- 
upon-Thames, Surrey ; confirmed 1602. 
....Oons 

Per saltire az. and or a lion ramp, guard, of the 
first on a canton arg. two pot guns az. 
(another sa.) Gold. 
....Harp 

Barry of eight arg. and vert over all a lion ramp. 

.... with an eastern crown or armed and Ian- 

gued 8Z. on a canton az. a harp or. Lighton, 

Merville, co. Dublin, Baronetcy 1 March, 1791. 

....Head 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an antique 
crown or on a canton arg. a hart's head ca- 
bossed gu. M'Dowall, Chchen, Scotland. 
... Horn 

Or semy of oak-leaves vert a lion ramp. az. on a 
canton gu. a buglehom stringed of the firsL 
Patch, Tiverton, co. Devon. 
....Key 

Gu. a lion pass, or on a canton arg. a key pale- 
wise sa. LOBAN. 



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103 



BEAST. UOH and in ohisf.... cont. 
01 a Canton Maiele 

Per bend sinister dovetailed or and az. a lion 
lamp. am. on a canton of the second a mascle 
of the first. Stuckst, Hill House, Langport, 
eo. Somerset. 

....Xnllet 

Az. fe lion ramp, doable tailed erm. on a canton 
arg. a mallet pierced gu. Peaghey, Baron 
Sdsej. 

Am. a fion ramp, double tailed erm. crowned or 
on t canton of the third a mullet gu. ^ Peche, 
Sherowall, co. Derby, and co. Lancaster. 

Az. a lion ramp. erm. ducally crowned or on a 
euaUm of the last a pierced mullet gu. Peacbey, 
North Berated, Rumbolds Wyke, and South 
Mondham ; descended from Peachey, Shripney, 
1614. 

Az. a Bon lamp. or on a canton arg, a mullet gu. 

KiSBY. 

Biny of six arg. and gu. over all a lion ramp. sa. 
■rmed or gorged with a crown arg. on a can- 
ton of the second a mullet of the first. Wasse, 
KnUdU, CO. York. 

... .Pheon 

Ar^. • Bon ramp. ^u. on a canton az. a pheon or. 
Pettt, London ; granted 1688. 

Az. a hon ramp. arg. on a canton of the second a 
pbeon. .. . lorwerth Sais Mabchoo. 

"Era. a lion ramp. gu. armed and langued az. on 
a eaoton of the last a pheon or. Petyt, London , 
and Ackworth Park, co. York; confirmed 1810. 

Sa. a lion pass, or on a canton gu. a pheon of the 
•econd within a bnrdure engr. erm. Taylee. 
....Piles 

Az.aUoa ramp. arg. ducally crowned or on a 
tsBaum of the second three piles gu. M'Dowall, 
££nbargh. 

. ...Boimdle 

Or a Hon ramp. gu. a canton of the last thereon 
pendant from a mural crown of the first by a 
nband of the second fimbriated az. a represen- 
tation of the gold medal and clasp presented 
for lervices in the Peninsular war. Macdonald, 
Dalefaosnie, co. Perth; descended throngh 
Vaedonald, Kippoch, £it>m Alexander, son of 
John, Lord of the Isles ; quartering arg. a dex- 
ter arm embowed in armour ppr. garnished or 
the hand grasping a dagger point downwards 
ako ppr. pomel and hilt gold, with arg. on 
wares of the sea ppr. a ship her sails furled 
la. in base a salmon naiant also ppr., and or an 
oak-tree growing out of a mount in base ppr. 
■umonnted by an eagle displ. sa. over the 
whole a fess counter-embattled gu. thereon two 
•words in saltire points upwards arg. pomels 
nd hilts or betw. a representation of the 
Spanish cross of distinction on the dexter and 
the Portoguese cross of distinction on the si- 
aieterboth ppr. 

Or a Hon ramp. go. and a canton sinister charged 
vtth go. ten bezants quarterly with az. on a 
nonnt vert a lion pass, guard, or. Chablton, 
Apley Castle ; and Wytheford Hall,co. Salop. 

Sa. a Hon ramp. arg. holding betw. the paws a 
mval crown or a canton erm. thereon pendent 
hy a riband gu. fimbriated az. a representation 
tt the medal presented for services snbinscribed 
Waterloo in letters sa. Chubchill. 
8b^ 

Az. traiy-de-lis or a lion ramp, of the la^t on a 
canton arg. a ship in fall sail ppr. Pool or 
Poota, CO. Chester. 



BEAST. IJOH and in chief. . . . eont. 
on a Canton .... Ship cont. 

Az. semy-de-lis or a lion ramp, guard, of the se- 
cond on a canton arg. a ship in full sail ppr. 
Pool, New Shoreham, Sussex ; granted 1648. 
....Staff 

Per fess or and sa. a lion ramp, oounterchanged 
armed and langued gu. on a canton of the last 
an Esculapius's rod palewise entwined with 
serpents arg. M*Whirter. 

. • . .Sword and Spear 

Az. a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. on a canton 
of the last a sword pomelled gold surmounted 
of a spear of the last. Thomas Betteswobth, 
Chidden in Hambledon, oo. Hants, 1665. 
....Swordf 

Per pale yert and az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned 
or on a canton erm. two swords in saltire sur- 
mounted by a fasces impaled within a wreath 
all or. DoBEDE, Soham, co. Cambridge. 
Cantons 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, sa. in chief two cantons 
the dexter or a griffin segreant sa. the sinister 
arg. three bull's heads cabossed sa. armed gold. 
MoBOAN, Langston, co. Monmouth; derived 
from Philip Morgan, second son of Morgan ap 
Llewellin, Lord of St. Clere and Tredegar. 
Castle 

Ou. a lion ramp. arg. a castle in the dexter 
point.... Castillon, Benham Valence, and 
Woodspene, co. Berks, 1565. 

Gu. in base a lion pass, guard, or in chief a castle 
surmounted with a tower arg. City of Nobwich. 

Per fess vert and gu. in base a lion pass, guard, 
or in chief a quadrangle of castles walled arg. 
Town of Langasteb. 
Castles 

Per chev. gu. and or in base a lion ramp. az. in 
chief two castles arg. Panton. Pemton. 
Chief 

Per fess or and gu. a demi lion ramp, vert a chief 
of the first Whabton. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. a chief gu. Bbussell. 
Waltheop. 

Arg. a lion ramp, reguard. ermines a chief vert. 
Mabsh or Mabshe, Wales. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a chief erm. Moncbief, 
that Ilk. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. armed and langued az. a 
chief erm. Moncbief, Calfargie. Moncbieffe, 
Tippermalloch, co. Perth ; Bristol and Lox- 
ton, CO. Somerset. Wellwood Moncbieff, 
Tullibole, co. Kinross, Bart; quartering arg. 
an oak issuing out of a well in base ppr. 

Arg. a lion ramp, and a chief gu. Dumdas, 
Scotland. Ettbick, London. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a chief per fess indented of 
the first and sa. Hyett, Wotton, co. Somer- 
set, 1573. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a chief sa. Russell, W, 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief erm. Tbotteb, 
Helmden, co. Durham ; Visitation 1615. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief gu. Asbby, co. 
Leicester. Ashley. Bottebell or Botbiell. 
Sywabd, Earl of Northumberland. 

Arg. crusily and a lion ramp. sa. a chief gu. 

MOUNTFOBD. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief lozengy or and gu. 

LOWDE. 

Arg. a lion pass, and a chief sa. Bishton, 
Dunkinhaw and Sparth, co. Lancaster. 

Arg. a lion ramp, and a chief indented sa. 
Hyett, co. Gloucester. 



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BEAST. LION and in oMef . . . . cont. 

Chief cont, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief per fess indented of 

the first and gu. Hyelt. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief per fess indented of 

the first and second. Hyatt. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a chief indented point in 

point of the second and first. Hiet. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. a chief erm. Philips, co. 

Worcester. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. a chief erm. a lahel gtt. 

GOLTILE. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. a chief or. Huninoes. 
Az. crusily and a lion ramp. arg. a chief nebaly 

sa. and of the last. Dalton, Croft. 
Az. crusily or a lion ramp, guard, arg. a chief 

harry nebuly of four of the last and sa. Dalton, 

Bispham, co. Lancaster. Dalton, Kingston- 

on-Hull, Hawkeswell, Bedale, and Sleningford, 

00. York; ViHtation IQQQ. 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. a chief erm. Phillips, 

Ickford, CO. Buckingham. 
Az. a lion pass, or a chief erm. Kent. 
Az. a lion pass, guard, or a chief erm. Kent, 

Thatcbam, co. Berks. Kent, oo. Berks, co, 

Gloucester, oo. Lincoln, co. Warwick, Duvis, co. 

Wilts, and co. York ; granted 1600-35. 
Az. a lion ramp, or a chief gu. Gower. Sir 

Robert Hastano, L. Querion or Querryn. 
Az. a lion ramp, tail forked or a chief gu. 

Hastings, co. Stafibrd. 
Az. a lion .... and a chief or. Dicoy. 
Az. a lion ramp, and a chief or. Dicey, F*. 

Dixy, Lord Mayor of London 1585. Dixie, 

Bosworth, CO. Leicester ,Bart. Ponton, Scotland. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a chief chequy or and az. 

Warren. John Warren, Bishop of St. Davids 

1779, Bangor 1783-1800. Warren, London ,F*- 
Gu. a lion pass, and a chief or. Hickey. 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, and a chief or. Barnett. 
Or a lion ramp. az. a chief gu. Sutton, Essex. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. a chief az. 

AsHcoMB or AisHcoMB, CO. Berks. 1612. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. armed and langued 

az. a chief of the third. Ayscomb, Liford, co. 

Berks. 
Or a lion ramp, and a chief gu. Fabquharson. 

M'COMfilE. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. a chief vair. Sr. John de 
Sutton, Af. 

Or a lion pass. sa. a chief gu. Rushton, co. Lan- 
caster and CO. Stafford. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. a chief gu. a lahel of five 
points arg. Thomas Dampier, Bishop of Ro- 
chester 1802, Ely 1808.12. Dampier, Colings- 
hays, CO. Somerset. 

Or a lion pass. sa. a chief indented of the last. 
Wheller, Dorking, Surrey. 

Or a lion ramp, and a chief sa. Philips, Tam- 
worth, CO. Warwick. 

Or a lion ramp, vert a chief gu. Dixy, co. Hunt- 
ingdon and London. 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. a chief indented or. 
Maroesson, Offington, Sussex ; descended 
through Maroetson, Rotherham, from 
Maroesson or Maroetson, Wakefield, co. York ; 
quartering Whitebread. 

Sa. a lion pass, guard, arg. a chief engr. or. 
Maroetson. 

Sa. a lion rarap. and a chief or. Brion. Buttery, 
CO. Northampton. Foulk Buttery, Marston,ir; 
given to Cressant Buttry alias Matany, Lau- 
rence-Marston, co. Northampton ; by Cooke ; W, 



BEAST. UOH and in chief. . . . cant 

on a Chief. . . . Anchor 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. supporting a rudder or 
on a chief of the second an anchor sa. betw. 
two 3-foils ppr. Henley, Waterpery, co. 
Oxford. 

Paly of six or and gu. a lion pass. ppr. on a chief 
az. an anchor of the first betw. two martlets 
arg. Usborne, Cooling, Suffolk. 
....Annulets 

Or a lion ramp; double tailed sa. on a chief gu. 
two annulets interlaced of the field. Weij.s, 
East Allington, and Portlemouth, co. Devon. ; 
quartering Bury and Fortescue. 
. • . .Arrowf 

Or a lion ramp, vert on a chief of the second three 
demi darts of the first. Tbigos or Trygo, co. 
Devon. 

• « • . Azee 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. on a chief of the last three 
pole-axes of the first. Jackson ; quartering or 
three bars wavy az. on a canton gu. a lion pass, 
guard, or. Jackson, co. Derby, and co. Stafford. 
Jackson, Bubnell, co. Derby ; Visitation 1662. 
Jackson, Glanbcg, co. Waterford. 
....Beast 

Chequy arg. and gu. a lion ramp, guard, or on 
a chief of augmentation wavy az. a seahorse 
naiant ppr. betw. two Eastern coronets or and 
above the word " Havannah." Pocock, Hart, 
CO. Durham, Bart. 
....Beaats 

Erm. on a mount vert issuing from park palings 
with gate ppr. a lion ramp, or holding in the 
dexter paw a scimetar all ppr. on a chief in- 
dented sa. two lions ramp. arg. Bure ; quar- 
tering Davis, Higford, and Scudamore. 
.... Bendlet 

Az. a lion pass, guard, or on a chief «rm. a bendlet 
sa. O'Hickie, Ireland. 
....Bendlets 

Arg. a lion conchant tail reflexed between the 
legs over the back gu. on a chief of the 
first two bendlets of the second betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis bendwise in bend sinister az. 
Trelawarren, quartered by Bevile, HarL MS., 
1079, fol. 87 6. 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. on a chief of the first two 
bendlets betw. three fleiu:s-de>lis of the second. 
Trelowarren, Trelowarren, Cornwall; the 
heiress m. Beville. 
....Billets 

Sfk. a lion ramp, or on a chief of the last seven 
billets az. Normand, Scotland. 
.... Bird 

Arg. a lion. ramp. gu. on a chief erm. a martlet of 
the second. Moncrieff, France. 
....Birds 

Arg. a lion ramp on a chief az. two doves 

.... FORMBY. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. on a chief az. two doves rising 

arg. Williams, Boston, New England ; granted 

1767. 
Az. a lion pass, or on a chief arg. three Cornish 

choughs ppr. Roffey. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or on a 

chief of tho last three Cornish choughs ppr. 

COLBBROOKE. 

Vert, a lion pass. gu. on a chief az. three doves 

close arg. Rofy. 
Or a lion pass. sa. on a chief of the second throe 

eagles displ. of the first. Sidey, Bures St. 

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106 



BEAST. UOV and in elki«f.... cone. 

«■ A Chief. .. .Birds cont. 

AiK* « Hon ramp. az. on a chief sa* three mart- 
lets of the first. BfjLKBY, co. Dncoln, W. 

Az. t lion ramp, or on a chief sa. three martlets 
•rg. Uaxby. 

Go. fe lion ramp. erm. crowned or on a chief of 
the last three martlets sa. Colbbboks, Ash- 
veil, CO. Herts. 

Go. a lioo pass. erm. on a chief of the last three 
rsfens ppr. Roitbt, London^ planted • . • • 

.••.Book 

EndiMas a 1km ramp. az. on a chief per pale 
erm. and ga. a book open ppr. betw. two rosea 
of the foorth and arg. Mant. 

Gi. a lioo ramp, guard, or hdlding in the dexter 
pav a key erect arg. on a chief wavy az. an 
open book with daisps ppr. snrmoanted of a 
ciotier gold a canton arg. charged with a cross 
go. betw. four crosses patty fitchy at the foot 
u. Bishopric of Qubbxc. 

....Canton 

Aig.a b'on ramp. gn. a chief wavy az. on a can- 
toD or aa eagle displ. sa. Russell, London. 

....Castlo 

Aig. • lioo ramp. sa. collared or on a chief az. a 
tover triple-towered of the field betw. two be- 
xaots each charged with a cross formy ga. 
SroonrELL, Blackheath, Kent. 

Ga. a boo pass. arg. on a chief sa. a tower triple- 
tovered or. Chastelpeb. 

61. a lion pass, or on a chief sa. a tower arg. 

CHZrtLYBB, F. 

Or ft Hon ramp. sa. on a chief of the last a tower 
triple-towered of the first betw. two bezants. 
Stucxst, St. Stephen's, Kent ; and London. 

« • • • Ooronot 

iff. I lion pass. sa. on a chief of the second a 
^aeil crown or. Jomes, Kevill, co. Wilts; 
fraated by Cooke, W. 

Aj^ a lion pass. sa. on a chief of the second a 
Bttrquis's coronet or. Jones, co. Wilts. 

Arf . a lion pass. sa. langoed gn. armed or on a 
chief of the second a dacal coronet of the last. 
Jons, Resell, co. Wilts. 

A2. a lion ramp, supporting a cabled anchor or 
QQ a chief wary erm. an eastern crown of the 
•ccood betw. two lion's heads erased sa. 
BicBABDaoM, London. 
....Ooronots 

Al a lion ramp. arg. sopportmg the sword of the 
City of London ppr. upon a chief of the se- 
eood three oriental crowns two and one the 
fointa alternately radiated gold encircled by I 
t»o branches of oHto also ppr. DoxviLLS, Su 
Alhana, co. Hotford, Bart., Lord Mayor of 
IfiB<km, and Baronetcy 1814 ; quartering 
BoDfile, Baronet^ 1686, extinct 1768, with 
Bx loxanges conjoined in bend sa., and arg. 
fife Inzengee eoi\)oined in pale gu. 

Or a boo pass. sa. on a chief of the second a 
iacal crown of the first. Jombs, F*. 
> • • .viMcant 

Aff. a Hon ramp. gu. on a chief of the last a 
CTtaeent betw. two mullets or. Fife, Scotland. 
^YTTB, Dron, Scotland. 

Ga. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief of the second 
> emeeot betw. two mullets az. Ijoomieb, 
Fmee. 

Ga. a Hon ramp, or on a chief arg. a crescent 
^ctv. two annulets az. Ijoobisb, London, 
■ad Cobham, Surrey. 



BEAST. UOH and in ehiof . . . . eont, 

on a Ohief. . . .Creioont cant. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. a chief tortiUy gu. and 

vert charged on the first with a orescent arg. 

betw. two mullets of the last in the second. 

Macritchie, Edinburgh. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. armed and langoed az. on a 

chief of the second a crescent betw. two stars 

of the first. Fitb. 

....Cresoentf 

Az. a lion ramp, or on the head a naval crown 
arg. a chief of the second charged with two 
crescents of the first. Publino, Hatton Gar- 
den, London ; granted 1759. 

Az. a lion ramp, crowned with an eastern coronet 
or on a chief of the last two crescents gu. 
PuBLma. 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. tied to an oak tree ppr. on a 
chief az. three crescents of the first. Bonald. 

Ou. a lion ramp, guard, or on a chief arg. three 
crescents of tne field. Deamb, London. 

Per bend or and gu. a lion ramp, oounterchanged 
on a chief vert three crescents arg. Simpson, 
Ireland. 

Per fess az. and arg. a lion ramp, oounterchanged 
on a chief potent or three crescents per pale 
gu. and of the first Moxon. 

....CroM 

Or a lion pass. az. crowned .... on a ohief arg. a 
Jerusalem cross betw. four oroslets gu. and on 
each side a sword of the third handled gold. 
A coat of Sir Richard Glouoh, ob. 1570. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. on a chief az. a cross croslet 
betw. a muUet on the dexter and a rose on the 
sinister side arg. a mullet of the second for 
diff. Farous. 

Per bend sinister gu. and or a lion ramp, ooun- 
terchanged on a chief wavy arg. a cross raguly 
couped of the first Simpson. 

Per bend or and arg. a lion ramp. az. on a chief 
of the last a cross patty fitchy of the second 
between two mullets of the first Matthew 
Basqueb, Flytte, Isle of Wight V. 

Per bend or and arg. a lion ramp. az. on a chief 
of the last a cross patty fitchy between two 
mullets of the first Baseeb or Basques, F*. 

Per bend or and arg. a lion ramp. az. on a chief 
gu. a cross patty fitchy betw. two estoiles of the 
second. Basqueb, Isle of Wight 

....Orosios 

Aig. a lion pass. gu. on a ohief az. three crosses 
croslet of the Add. Littledale, White- 
haven. 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. on a chief az. three crosses 
croslet or. Littlmdale. 

Arg. a lioo pass. sa. on a chief of the last three 
croslets croslet of the first Edward Lonoe, 
Mookton, CO. Wilts ; granted by Cooke, W, 

Az. a lion ramp, or on a ohief of tho last three 
crosses patty of the first Johns. 

Sa. a Hon pass. arg. on a chief of the second 
three crosses croslet of the first. Long, 
Bowde Ashton, co. Wilts; granUd 1589. 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. holding in the dexter paw a 
cross cro^et fitchy or on a chief of the second 
three crosses croslet of the field. Lono, Long- 
ville, Jamaica ; and Hampton Lodge, Surrey, 
(descended fh>m Lohob, Netheravoo, co. Wiltf, 
ob. 1630) ; quartering Tate, Zouche, and St. 
Maur. Long, Baron Famborough, descended 
through Long, Carshalton Park, Surrey, from 
Long, Longville, Jamaica. 

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BEAST. LIOH and in Dhief . . . . cont, 

on a Cliief. . . .Croiaea cont, 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. anned and langaed gn. on a 
chief of the second three crosses croslet of the 
first. Long. 

Sa. a lion pass, or on a chief arg. three crosses 
croslet of the field. Long. 
....Eieallop 

Gyronny of six or and az. over all a lion ramp, 
erm. on a chief arg. an escallop betw. two 
fleurs-de-lis sa. Mutlow, co. Gloucester and 
CO. Worcester. 

Gyronny of eight or and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed on a chief arg. an escallop betw. two 
fieurs-de-lis sa. Maoklowe. M'Lowe. 

Gyronny of eight or and az. a lion ramp. erm. 
on a chief arg. an escallop betw. two fieurs-de- 
lis sa. Macklow or Mucklowe. William 
MucKLOw, CO. Worcester, V. 

Gyronny of eight or and az. a lion ramp. erm. on 
a chief arg. an escallop betw. two fieurs-de-lis 
sa. a canton gu. Mocklow, Broughton Soulney, 
CO. Nottingham. 

Gyronny of twelye gu. and az. a lion ramp. erm. 
tail forked on a chief arg. an escallop betw. two 
fleurs-de-lis sa. Mooklow or Mvcklaw, co. 
Worcester. 

. . . .Escallops 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. on a chief az. three escallops 
or. DiBLO or Debloy. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. three escallops 
of the field. Kemp. Russell, Duke of Bedford. 
Russell, Earl of Bedford, V, Russell, Lord 
Russell, Z, 354, 857. Sir John Russell, co. 
Dorset, V, Russell, Earl of Orford, 1713. 
Russell, Moore Green, King's Norton, co. 
Worcester. Russeix, King's Heath, co. Wor- 
cester, Esq. ; the heiress m. Bailey. 

Arg. goutty de sang a lion ramp. gu. on a chief of 
the last three escallops or. Pattison, England. 
Pattison or Patison, co. Berwick. 

Arg. goutty de poix a lion ramp. sa. on a chief 
az. three escallops of the field. Pattison, 
Glasgow. 

Bendy of six or and az. a lion pass. arg. on a 
chief gu. three escallops of the first. Gobtms. 
....Estoile 

Arg. a demi-lion ramp, naissant out of the base 
gu. armed and langaed az. on a chief indented 
sa. a star betw. two crescents of the first. 
MrrcHELsoN, Middleton, co. Edinburgh. 

Arg. a hon ramp. az. on a chief gu. an estoile 
betw. a cross croslet fitchy and a rose |of the 
field. Fergusson, Graigdaroch, Scotland. 

Erm. on a rock in base ppr. a lion ramp. gu. on a 
chief wavy az. an estoile or betw. two plates the 
dexter charged with a sword erect also ppr. 
pomel and hilt gold and the sinister with an 
anchor sa. Stott, Quebec, granted .... 
....Estoiles 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief engr. of the 
second three stars of the first. Inglis, New- 
tounleyes, Scotland. 
....Feathers 

Or a lion ramp. az. on a chief of the second 
three ostrich feathers arg. Pbanes, Westbury, 
CO. Buckingham. 

Or a lion ramp. az. on a chief of the last an 
ostrich's feather of the first betw. two others 
arg. Pbunes, Westbury, co. Buckingham. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. sa. on a chief wavy az. 
three ostrich feathers arg. Roberts, Stepney, 
Middlesex. 



BEAST. LIOH and in ohief . . . ,cont. 

on a Chief. . . .Flenr-de-lis 

Erm. a lion ramp, guard, az. on a chief embattied 
gu. a fleur-de-lis or betw. two boar's heads 
couped erect arg. Taylor, Pennington House, 
CO. Hants. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, or on a chief az. a fleur- 
de-lis of the second. Town of Lancaster. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis 
or betw. two castles of the second. Playfobis 
Kent, Norfolk, and Sufiblk. 

Vert, a lion ramp. arg. on a chief or a flenr-de-lis 
gu. betw. two castles ppr. Playfaib, Meigle, 
Scotland. 

....Fleurs-de-lis 

Gu. a lion ramp, or on a chief of the last three 
fleurs-de-lis of the first. Gnxow. 

Or a lion pass. sa. on a chief gu. three flenrs- de- 
lis arg. Glasbrook. 
. . . .Flower 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. tied to an oak tree ppr. 
on a chief az. a rose shpped betw. two crescents 
of the first. Ronald, Montrose, Scotland. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. on a chief vert a rose 
betw. two crescents of the field. Simpson, 
London. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief erm. a rose of the 
second. Moncrieff, Readie, Scotland. And 
with a crescent for diff. Moncbieff, Mnmy- 
firay, Scotland. 

Per pale indented az. and or a lion pass, guard, 
counterchanged on a chief arg. a rose betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis gu. Crofton. Dewin. 
.... Flowers 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. three roses of 
the first. Russell, Fordham, Suffolk; the 
heiress m. Dyer; descended f^om Thomas 
Russell, Yaverland, Isle of Wight; oh. 1488, 
through Russell, Chippenham, co. Cambridge; 
and Checquers, co. Buckingham ; Baronetcy 19 
January 1628-9, extinct 1804; the heiress m. 
Greenhill. Greenhill Russell, Checquers, co. 
Buckingham; Baronetcy Id September, 1831, 
extinct 1837. Frankland Russell, Thirkelbj, 
CO. York, and Checquers, co. Buckingham ; 
Baronetcy 24 December, 1660; quartering 
Frankland. Russell, Laugheme, co. Car- 
marthen, Z, 371. Russell, Workington, Cum- 
berland. RussEix, Swallowfield Place, oo. 
Berks ; Baronetcy 1812. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. three roses of 
the field seeded or barbed vert Russeul^ 
Laugheme, co. Carmarthen; Baronetcy 1660; 
descended from Russell, Chippenham; the 
heiress m. Cotton and Somerset. Greenhill 
Rus^LL, Checquers, oo. Buckingham; Baro- 
netcy 15 September, 1831, extinct 1837 ; quar- 
tering vert two bars arg. in chief a lion pass, of 
the last ; and erm. on a chief gu. a Uon pass. nrg. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief of the last three 
roses of the first. Gillow. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gu. collared arg. on a chief az. 
tliree roses of the third barbed vert and seeded 
or. Russell, Ham Hall, co. Stafford ; and Biggin 
House, CO. Northampton ; quartering Watts. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief of the second 
three roses of the first. Gillock. 

Vert a lion ramp, or on a chief of the last three 
roses gu. Newton, Newton, co. Haddington, 
1377, Bart. 

8-Foil 

Or a lion pass sa. on a chief of the second a 
3-foil slipped arg. Rtjsbton, co. Lancaster. 



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BEAST. LIOVaadui€hi«f....e(mt 



01 % Ckiflf. . ..S-Fofl cokL 
Or t lion pass. sa. oa a chief of the last a 3-foil 
slipped of the field. Rishtok, Elswick, co. 
Laottster; deriTed through Richton, Holmes 
Woodland Rishtoic, Dunkenhalgh, from Henry 
de Blackburn, whose grandson Henry assumed 
the name of Riahton. 

irg. a Hon ramp, ermines on a chief gu. a 5-foil 
b€tv. two crosses croslet or. Huxham, Ply- 
month, eo. Devon, and London ; granted No- 
nmba, 1750. 

....54rdii 

Aif . a lion ramp. sa. on a chief gu. three 5-foils 
of the Held. Baij.ett, London ; granted 1582-3. 
Bit the 5foi]8 or. Ballett, Hatfield, Essex. 
. . . .P^rait ( Aoofn) 

Or a lioB pass. legaard. az. on a chief dovetailed 
vat three acorns slipped and leaved of the 
first JomtsoN, Warrington, co. Lancaster, 1741 . 
.... (Corn) 

Era. 1 Hon ramp. go. on a chief az. an ear of hig- 
vbeat eouped and bladed or betw. two estoiles 
tff* BioHZLL, Salisbury ; and London. 
... Oftrlw 

A'l^t Hon ramp. sa. armed and lanfoied gu. on a 
dktti. three garbs or. Jones, Glyn Arthur; 
and Llanerchrc^og, co. Denbigh ; quartering 
BWdin ap Cynffia, "Wood, Smallman, Bwla, 
iooes, Talbot, Trevor, and Gellyn ap Blaidd 
Blradd. 

... .Hawfl 

Vat a bon ramp, or on a chief arg. a hand erect 
gi. MiamnsE, Ireland. 



Az. a Hon ramp. arg. on a chief or two dexter 

kaa^ cooped gn. BfAOENNis, Ireland. 
Or I boo ramp. as. on a chief arg. two dexter 

l^iDdi eouped go. Crosby. 
Or t fioQ ramp. go. on a chief of the last three 

dexter hands apaumy of the first. M*Bean, 

Seotland. 



Aif. a Eon s^ant in a wood ppr. on a chief wavy 
n. a harp betw. two anchors or. Wood, Ire- 

. . . .Hattd (Beast) Boar 
Arg. a lion pass. gn. on a chief az. a boar's head 

«nped or betw. two spur rowels of the first. 

TOjLSow, Scotland. 
Ajf. a bon pass. gn. on a chief az. a boar's head 

MQped or betw. two pierced mullets of the field. 

wATBOs, Scotland. 

... m Mf99K 

Eul a lion raipp. sa. on a chief engr. vert a stag's 

k«ad oabossed betw. two garbs or. Phillips, 

^^^Utmore Hall, Coventry. 

... .Leopard 
^^^^^oy erm. and sa. a Hon ramp. gu. on a chief 

of the second a leopard's face betw. two crosses 

VMlet fitehy or. Cookb. 
te. a Uon ramp. az. on a chief sa. a leopard's 

ket trg. betw. two crosses croslet or. Clark, 

BveUand Tout Saints, co. Devon. 
^ s Bon ramp. arg. on a chief wavy of the 

^■xt a leopard's face betw. two 5-foils .... 

Lamskad, 00. Devon. 

....(Himuii Figure) 
Tm a Bon ramp, or on a chief arg. a man's head 

^'•ped at the neck and bald ppr. betw. two 

*"*•! eovonets of the second. Mulladay, 

)(<ath, Ireland. 



BEAST. UOH and in chief. . . . eont. 

on a Chief. . . .Heads (Human Figure) 
Gu. a leopard ramp, regnard. arg. pierced in the 

side with an arrow in bend sinister of the last 

on a chief or three Moor's heads in profile 

erased at the neck ppr. Mobeau, certified 

May 1770. 

.... Xeyi 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langned gu. on 

a chief of the second two pairs of keys con- 
joined and addorsed palewise of the first. 

Hide or Htde or New-Minsteb Benedictine 

Abbey, co. Hants, 17. 
... . L oi eB gee 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. on a chief of the last three 

lozenges of the first Cbichtom, Buthven, 

ScotUmd. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief creneUy gu. three 

lozenges or. Butteby or Buttby. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief of the second 

three lozenges or. Foulk Butteby, Marston ; 

given to Cressant Buttby alias Matany, 

Laurence- Marston, co. Northampton, by 

Cooke, W. 
Or a lion pass, gnard. sa. on a chief gu. three 

lozenges vair. Ooodwim, London. 
Sa. a lion pass, guard, or on a chief of the last 

three lozenges of the first. Westmobe, Mid- 

dleton ; and Preston, co. Lancaster. 
....Xaaolei 
Or a lion pass, guard, sa. on a chief gu. three 

mascles vair. Goodwin, Arlscot, co. Warwick. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. on a chief of the last three 

mascles of the first Pbtebs, London ; granted 

1748. 

....Monitor 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. a salamander 

in fire ppr. Dundas, Kinkevil, Scotland. 
....Xullet 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief erm. a mullet of 

the second. Moncbief, Rapness, Scotland. 
Az. a lion ramp, or on a chief arg. a mullet gu. 

betw. two torteaux. Suith, Hammersmith, 

Middlesex. Sir John Smith, Middlesex, Bart ; 

quartering gu. two chevrons and a bordure 

arg. 1716. 
Gu. a Uon ramp, or on a chief arg. a mullet betw. 

two crescents az. Lioonieb, Earl Ligonier. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or on a chief of the last a mullet 

of the field betw. two hurts. Smyth. 
. . . .Xnllets 
Arg. a lion ramp .... on a chief az. three pierced 

mullets of the field. M*Mubbay, Worriston, 

Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. three mullets 

of the first Whitney, Ireland, V. Witley, 

Ireland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief az. three mullets 

of the first Hyndasyd or Handyside, Gains 

Park, CO. Huntingdon ; and Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. in the dexter forepaw a 

d-foil slipped vert on a chief az. three mullets 

or. O'CoNNELT., Ireland. 
Arg. a lion pass. sa. on a chief of the second three 

mullets of the first. Ball, co. Northampton ; 

granUd 1613 
Arg. a lion ramp. so. on a chief of the second 

three mullets of the first. Whitney, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief indentod of the 

last three mullets of the first Pawiay, Gun- 
win in Lelant, Cornwall. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief of the first 

(? second) three mullets gu. Black. 



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BEAST. UOH and in ehkf . . . . cont. 

on A Chief. . . .KolleUi cont, 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief or three mullets 

of the field. Ingus, Edinburgh. 
Az. a lion salient arg. on a chief or three mullets 

of the first. Imgijs, Cramond, Scotland. 
Az. a lion pass. arg. on a chief engr. or three 

mullets sa. Staynbb ; quartered by Holford. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief or three mullets 

pierced az. Joblimo, Newton Hall, Northum- 
berland. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. on a chief or three mul- 
lets sa. Whatley, Mayor of Bristol, 1768. 

WHATI.EY or Wheatley, WhaUey, Frome, co. 

Somerset. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or on a chief aig. three mullets 

sa. WicKHAM, Ireland. 
Or a lion ramp. g^. on a chief az. three mullets 

arg. MiLLAM, Scotland. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. on a chief az. three pierced 

mullets of the field. Fiffe. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gi^ on a 

chief of the last three mullets of the first. 

Ghanceleb, Shieldhill, Scotland. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. on a chief per fess of the first 

and gu. three mullets arg. M'Millan, clan 

Buchanan. 
Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 

reguard. erminois on a chief az. three mullets 

of six points arg. Davis, London and West- 
minster, ^otit^d 1740. 
....Pack 
Per saltire arg. and gu. a lion ramp, guard, or on 

a chief wavy az. a woolpack of the first betw. 

two bezants. Back. 
• ...Boundle 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. a bezant betw. 

two escallops of the first. Bussell, co. Dorset 
. . . .Soundlei (BannUi) 
Or a lion ramp. az. on a chief indented gu. three 

bezants. Baven, Bramerton, Norwich. 
Or a lion ramp, double tailed az. on a chief in- 
dented sa. three bezants. Kaybn, granted 15 

October, 1561. 

.... (Plates) 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief of the last three 

plates. Button, Ireland. 
Or a lion ramp. az. on a chief indented g^. three 

plates. Baven. 

....(Torteaux) 
Az. a lion ramp, or on a chief arg. three torteaux. 

Sir Thomas Smith, Clerk of the Council, W, 

Smith, Parson's Green, Middlesex. 
....Saltire 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief erm. a saltire 

engr. of the second. Hickby. 
Arg. a lion sejant guard, gu. armed and langued 

az. holding in lus dexter paw a thistle ppr. and 

in his sinister a shield of the second on a 

chief az. a St. Andrew's cross of the first. 

Lyon-Officb or Office of Abms at Edinbubgh. 
Gu. a lion pass, or on a chief arg. a saltire engr. 

az. charged with a lion pass, guard, of the third. 

HiCKXE, Billing, co. Northampton. 
....Saltirei 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief dancetty of the 

last three saltires couped or. Gwilt, co. 

Montgomery; Surrey; and Westminster. 
Bendy of six az. and or (or and az. V*) a lion 

pass, guard, arg. on a chief gu. three saltires 

couped of the third. Sir Hugh Gobion, V, 
Bendy of six or and az. a lion pass. arg. on a chief 

gu. three saltires or. Gobyns. 



BEAST. UOH and in ehief . . . .eont. 

on a Chief.... Sprigs 

Arg. a lion pass. gu. on a chief .... three oak 
spriffs beiuing acorns ppr. Johnson. 

Gu. a uon ramp, or on a chief of the second three 
laurel branches erect ppr. Brooke Pbcbeul, 
Pagglesham, Essex; Aldwiok, Sussex; and 
Twickenham, Middlesex, Baronetcy 1 March, 
1797. 

.... Sword 

Gu. a lion pass. arg. combatant with a snake 
which entwines round his body ppr. a martlet 
or for difi". on a chief embattled of the second 
a sword erect ppr. hilt and pomel gold. betw. 
two laurel branches ppr. inclining towards the 
sword. Gaitskill. 

Sa. a Uon ramp, reguard. arg. on a chief em- 
battled or a sword erect ppr. hilt and pomel 
gold enfiled with an eastern crown go. betw. 
two tiger's faces also ppr. Floyd. 

.... Swordi 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief gu. two seaxes 
(i. e, Saxon swords) in saltire of the first hilts 
and pomels or. Gomm, Clerkenwell, Middle- 
sex ; granted 34 January, 1761. Gommb, High 
Wycombe, co. Buckingham. 

... .Trees 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief of the last three 
oak branches of the first Wood, Oxford. 
Coronet 

Arg. in base a lion pass. sa. in the dexter chief 
an imperial crown upon a cushion ppr. 
O'Eennelly, Ireland. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or armed and langued az. over 
his head a ducal coronet gold. Humfrey, 
Dublin ; and Humfbey, Bishangles, Suffolk ; 
eofifirmed 20 January, 1688. Humfrey or 
HuMPHBEY, Holbroke and Dtmkstone, Suffolk. 

Gu. a lion ramp holding in the dexter fore- 
paw a orescent .... in chief a duoal coronet 
.... 0*Eeooan, Ireland. 

Creioent 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. in the dexter chief a crescent 

of the last. Dundas, Flngask, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a crescent in 

dexter chief .... Newton, in East MascaU 

church, Sussex ; 1578. 
Az. a lion ramp, and in chief a crescent aig. 

AoAB, Earl of Normanton. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or in chief a 

crescent of the second. M'Douoall, Castle 

Semple. 
Az. a lion ramp, or a crescent (? for diff.) .... 

Hothbbseix, St. Bride's, London, 1015. 
Gu. a lion salient (ramp. V*) and in the dexter 

chief point a crescent arg. Thomas Salibbxtby, 

CO. Northampton, V, 
Per pale sa. and gu. a lion pass, guard, and in 

chief a crescent arg. Neale. 

Cross 
Arg. a lion ramp, and a cross oroslet go. 

Havebino, CO. Wilts. 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. in chief a cross croslet fitchy 

sa. Seabbook. 
Arg. a lion pass, coward sa. in chief a cross formy 

fitchy gu. HizABD. 
Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed and crowned or 

in the dexter chief point a cross croslet fitchj 

arg. Peasley, Kildare, Ireland. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or in the first quarter a croas 

patty Tair. Beson or Beason. Sire Johan de 

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109 



BEAST. LIOVaBdiaehiflf....eont 
Groucont. 

Or a Hod ramp. sa. in chief a cross oroslet betw. a 
mallet of six points on the dexter and a rose 
00 the sinister .... Fkabouson, Ireland. 



Per dier. embattled az. and arg. in base a lion 
pass. sa. dacally crowned gold in chief three 
crcksses patty fitohy or. Smith, Bristol, co. 
Somerset: gnmted 4 July, 1766. 
BKaU^ 

Sa. a lion pass. arg. in chief an escallop betw. 
two estoiles or. Taylob, Portsmouth, co. 
UsDts ; granted 1750. 

Bcny wavy of seven arg. and az. a lion ramp, or 
in ddef two escallop shells of the second. 
FiEij>, Heaton Hall, Helmesley Lodge, and 
Weston House, co. York ; quartering Wilmer, 
Thveng, Bruce, etc 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. in chief three escallops sa. 
(kjJTTERBUCK, Stanmorc, Middlesex. 

Az. s Hon ramp, and in chief three escallops 
arg. CZ.OTTEBBUCK, Newcastle; and Wark- 
vnth, Northumberland ; descended (like 
CuTTnBBUCK, Ireland; and Marazion, Com- 
vali, through Thomas Clutterbuok, Archdeacon 
of Winchester) from Cluttekbuck, Eastington, 
CO. Olonoester; derived from Glotterbooke, 
King's Stanley, ob. 1591. Sir Thomas 

Cltttshbuck, Alderman of London, 1069. 
Clcttkbbucx, Newark Park, Ozleworth, co. 
Olonoester. Clutterbuck, Hamish House, co. 
Wilts. CiiUTTEBBUCK, Uppiat, 00. Gloucester. 

Az. a lion ramp. aig. in chief three escallops or. 

(^JDTmBUCK. 



Arg. a Hon ramp. az. holding in his dexter paw a 
di^klet of laurel vert in chief a scroll sa. there-' 
on the word Emmanuel or. Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, founded 15B4 by Sir 
Waher Mildmay, Chancellor and Treasurer of 
the Exchequer. 
Bttoilea 

Per liess az. and gu. on the second a lion pass. 
on the first two stars arg. Newton, Dalooif, 
Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp, and in chief three stars arg. 
Isous, Manners and Mannerhead, Scotland. 

Go. a lion pass, and in chief three stars arg. 
Hbwton, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp, and in chief three stars gu. 
Fahlib, Bruntefield, Scotland. 

Tert a lion ramp, and in chief three estoiles or. 
(XMosE, Leix, Ireland. 



Or in base a demi lion oouped and in chief two 
ftd»es naiant az. Mebvtn, Ireland. 
ftonr-dt-Uf 

Sa. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed arg. with- 
in the tails a fleur-de-lis arg. Mbtfobd, V, 

Sa. a lion ramp, double tailed between the tails 
a flenrde-Us arg. Metfobd, F^. 
S.7«Us 

Aig. a lion ramp. gu. in chief three S-foils 
■Hpped rert. Oatmsb or Oaynob, Ireland. 
Una 

Arg. a lion ramp, double tailed sa. in the dexter 
cnton a 5-foil go. Cbesst. 

Per feas az. and gu. a lion ramp, or in the dexter 
ckdef point a 5-foil arg. Hbber, Marton, co. 
Tock; c^mfrwied 1569 ; the last male heirs of 
tkis luuly were Biehard Hebbb, of Hodnet 



BEAST. UOH and in ehief . . . . cvnX. 

6-Foil c&nX, 
and Marton, ob. 1833, and his brother, Beginald 
Hebeb, Bishop of Calcutta, ob. 1826. 
Flower (Boae) 

Per chev. vert and or in base a lion ramp, reguard. 
az. in chief a rose of the second betw. two . 
fleurs-de-lis arg. Gidion, London, and Spald- 
ing, CO. Lincoln. 

.... (Thistle) 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. gorged with an open 

• crown and crowned with an imperial one ppr. 
holding in the dexter paw a sword of the last 
defending the thistle placed in the dexter chief 
point vert ensigned with a crown or. Ooilyie, 
Barras, co. Kincardine, Bart. 
Flowers 

Erminois a lion ramp, double tailed gu. issuing 
from an antique cro?m az. in chief two thisUes 
ppr. Oalliohtlt. 
Hand 

Arg. a lion ramp, in the dexter chief a dexter hand in 
sinister chief an increscent gpi. Keogh, Ireland. 

Per pale or and gu. a lion ramp, in the dexter 
chief a right hand conped and in the sinis- 
ter a cross croslet fitchy all counterchanged. 
M'Lauohlan, England. 
Haiidi 

Arg. a lion ramp, and in chief two dexter hands 
gu. Maoawlt, now Maoawlet Cerati, Princes 
of Calry, co. Westmeath. Field-Marshal 
Philip Henry Magawly was made a Count, 1631, 
by Charles YI, Emperor of Germany. 

Arg. a lion ramp, and in chief two dexter hands 
gu. over all a fess or charged with as many 
Uons ramp, oounter-rampant supporting betw. 
them a third hand couped all of the second. 
Bttbraiu), Bart. 

Arg. on a mount vert in base a lion ramp. ppr. in 
chief two dexter hands couped gu. O'Brbnon, 
Jobh, Dnach, Ireland. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. in chief two dexter hands 
oouped iand erect gu. Cbosbib, Lord Brandon 
and Earl of Glandore ; the heiress m. Talbot ; 
descended from Cbosbie, Bishop of Ardfert. 
Ceosbie, Ardfert Abbey, co. Kerry. Cbosbie, 
Maryborough, Queen's County ; Bartoy. 1630. 

Per fess arg. and or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and 
sa. in chief two dexter hands of the third. 
Dalt, Benmore, and Dnnsandle, co. Galway. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, or in chief three sinister 
hands arg. Jollet or Jolly, Hatton Garden, 
London ; ffraiiXtd 1692. 
Heads 

Or a lion pass, and in chief three esquire's hel- 
mets sa. Knapp ; quartering Hambly. 

Sa. a lion pass, and in chief three helmets or. 
Enappe, Woodcot, CO. Oxford ; granted 2 Sept. 
1669. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. duoally crowned or in chief 
two spearheads of the last. Macnamaba, Lan- 
goed Castle, co. Brecon ; and Caddington Hall, 
CO. Bedford ; descended through Macnamaba, 
Ireland, in common with the O'Briens and the 
Macmahons, from Cormoc, second son of Olioll 
OUon, a descendant of Milesius. 
Hearts 

Arg. a lion ramp in chief two human hearts 

ppr. COBKEB. 

Inseeti 

Erm. a lion (another a leopard) pass and in 

chief three bees ppr. Peabce, Bishop of Ban- 
gor, 1717, Rochester, 1756-74. 



110 



AN ORDINABY OF 



BEAST. LIOH and in chief. . . . conU 

Inieoti eont. 

Erm. a lion (another a leopard) ramp, reg^oard. 
and in chief three bees volant ppr. Zachary 
Peabce, Bishop of Bangor, 1747, and of Bo- 
ohester, 1756-74. Peabce. 

Erm. a leopard ramp in chief three bees vo- 
lant sa. Pbabse. 

Erm. a leopard ramp, guard, ppr. in chief three 
bees volant sa. Peabce. 
Losengei 

Go. a lion pass, and two lozenges or. Robert 
Thobnham, X; i,e. Robert (nephew of Michael 
de Tumham) founder of Bayham Abbey, 
Snssex. N^.^ (u thU blaton U indecisivef see 

Lion hetw Lozenget. 

Knllet 

.... a lion pass, guard, on an antique ship in the 
sea with one mast sail furled and pennon flying 
in chief on the dexter a mullet on the sinister 
a crescent. . . .on the sinister side an escucheon 
of St George. Town of Newtown or Fbanvilb, 
CO. Hants. 

Az. a lion ramp, tail forked erm. crowned or a 
mullet pierced gu. Peche, Kent. 

As. a lion pass, guard, and in chief a mullet or. 
Thompson. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. in chief a mullet of six points 
az. betw. two boar's heads couped of the se- 
cond. Black, London. 
KulleUi 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. armed and langued sa. in 
chief two mullets gu. Cbichton, EasthiU, 
Scotland, a cadet of Ruthven. 

Arg. a lion ramp, and in chief two mullets gu, 
a chief erm. Moncbief, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Arg. a Uon pass. gu. in chief three mullets sa. 
Witley. 

Arg. a lion salient gu. in chief three mullets sa. 
White, F*. Whytb, Ireland, W, 

Arg. a lion ramp. ppr. in chief three mullets gu. 
Dbanb. 

Az. a lion ramp, and in chief three mullets arg. 
Andebson, Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp, and in chief three mullets arg. 
in the centre chief point a crescent for diff. 
Inolis, Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp, and in chief three mullets arg. 
in the centre chief point a mullet of the last. 
Ingles, Stewart Boone. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. in chief three mullets or. 
Enolibh. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, arg. ducally crowned or in 
chief three pierced mullets of the second. 
Ltlet, Fulham, Middlesex ; quartering Pitt. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. in chief three miiUets az. 
Mao Millan, Dunmore. 

Vert a lion ramp, erminois in chief three pierced 
mullets of six points arg. Dalmeb, London. 
Pheon 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. in chief a pheon of the last 
betw. two mullets gu. M'Coxtl, Scotland. 

Arg. a lion ramp. g^i. in the dexter point a pheon 
sa. Petyt, Cornwall ; London ; and co. York. 

Gu. a lion ramp, and in chief a pheon betw. two 
lion's heads erased arg. EDBmas, Pockeredge 
House, CO. Wilts. 
PilM 

Or a lion pass, and in chief three piles sa. 
LoGOAN or Logon, Upton, co. Gloucester; Sta- 
verton, co. Berks ; co. Oxford ; and co. Buck- 
ingham. Gapt. John Logan, Ibury, co. Oxford, 
1730. 



BEAST. UOH and in chief. . . . cont. 
Quarter 

Gu. a lion ramp, or and a quarter erm. Andrew 
de Shabingbubne, Y, 
Sonndle (Bennt) 

Or a lion ramp, vert collared.... in the dexter 
chief quarter a bezant charged with a fret gu. 
Sutton, Benton, co. Lancaster. 
....(Ogreis) 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed sa. in the dexter 
chief point an ogress. Wells, Holme House. 
Soundlet 

Az. a lion pass. gu. in chief two bezants. O'Fltn, 
Ireland. 

Barry of seven vert and erm. a lion ramp. gu. 
murally crowned or in chief two plateR. 
Fbeuantle, Swanboume, co. Buddngham; 
Baronetcy 1821. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. in chief three bezants. 
Tbaby. 

Sa. a lion ramp. ai:g. collared vairy az. and ermines 
in chief three bezants. Tbebt, Goodamoor, 
Plympton, co. Devon. 

Sa. a lion pass, or in chief three bezants. 
Hawkins, Kent. 

Sa. on the waves of the sea ppr. a lion pass, or in 
chief three bezants. Hawkins, Lewell, oo. 
Dorset. 

Sa. on a point wavy a lion pass, or in chief three 
bezants. Sir John Hawkins, Plymouth ; granted 
1065 ; with an augmentation of on a canton or 
an escallop betw. two palmer's staves sa.; 
granted 1571. 

Az. a lion ramp. erm. in chief three plates. 
Ralphston, Dublin ; granted 8 Aug. 1674. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. in chief three torteaux. 
Caibd. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked gu. in chief three 
torteaux. Habvage. 

Arg. a lion pass, vert in chief three torteaux. 
Tough, Scotland. 

Arg. a lion pass, gu, on a chief of the second 
seven plates four and three. Meageb. 
Ship 

Arg. in base a lion pass. gu. and in chief a three- 
masted ship sails set .... O'Leabie, Ireland. 
Sphere 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. in chief a sphere betw. two 
estoiles of five points or. Dbtden. 

Az. a lion ramp, and in chief a sphere betw. two 
estoiles or. Dbyden, Canons Ashby, co. North- 
ampton, Bart. Dbtden, co. Northampton, fT. 
Tree 

Or a lion ramp. gu. in chief three fir trees era- 
dicated vert on a canton arg. a flag az. charged 
with a saltire of the fourth. Fabquhabson, 
Finzean, co. Aberdeen; descended from Donald, 
son of Findla More Farquharson, ob. 1547. 
Wreaths 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, and in chief two chaplets of 
laurel (another, civic wreaths) or a chief wavy 
charged with a ship of war before Algiers 
ppr. Pellew, Viscount Exmouth; granted 
1817. 

0ITEB and in chief 
on a Ohiaf. ...Bird 

Arg. on a mount vert in base an otter ppr. a chief 
gu. charged with a dove of the field betw. 
two crosses patty fitchy or. William Hart 
GoLEBiDGE, D.D., Bishop of Barbadoes. 
Floweri 

Arg. in base an otter issuing from water ppr. in 
chief two roses gu. Lithgow, ScoUaud. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



Ill 



BEAST. 



OX and ia ehief. ... 



on t Cldef....Bird 
Arg. OQ a mount Ten a Pembrokeshire ox statant 

ppr. a ehief gu. charged with a falcon arg. 

belled betw. two stag's heads erased or. Jones, 

Ptnt-gl&s and Landoyeiy, co. Carmarthen. 
....CanUm 
Afg. on a mount of bulrushes in base ppr. a bull 

ptss. sa. a ehief pean billety or with a canton 

of the la$»t. Scott, Stourbridge, co. Worcester, 

and Great Barr, co. Stafford. 
... .Fkiwar 
Tert a bull arg. attired and unguled or on a chief 

enn. a rose gu. Boscoan. 
....Bonndlei 
Par pale or and arg. a bull sa. on a chief of the 

last three bezants. Cole, V^, 

PAHTHEB and in ehief.... 
Per fees erm. and sa. in base a panther pass, of 
the first in chief two mascles of the second. 
Dasisll, Truro, Cornwall. 



Birds 
Per (ess wavy az. and arg. in base on a mount 

Tot a ram couchant sa. armed and unguled or 

in ehief three doves ppr. Pujolas, Middlesex ; 

fmtUd 1762. 

« a Gi&toa....Pilaa 
Go. a lamb arg. on a canton of the last three 

piles sa. Bazett. 

OB a Chkf Inaeeta 

A2.in base on ground vert a lamb pass. arg. on a 

chief of the last three bees ppr. Gausen. 
....KuUets 
Az. i fleece or pendent f^om a chief sa. charged 

▼ith three muUeta in fess arg. Town of 

Luos. 

....Gonttet 
Al a fleece arg. in chief six gonttes d'eau. 

Gki^xoh. 

MIUISBEL and in ehief. . . . 
Gu. a sqninel sejant cracking a nut or on a chief 
of the last three fleurs-de-lis az. Stokes, V. 

TIOEB and in ehief. . . . 

« a CUaf. . . .Crottet 
Aig. a tiger statant sa. on a chief az. three crosses 

formy of the first. Ewbb, Bishop of Llandaff 

1761, Bangor 1769 74. 
Or a tiger statant sa. on a chief gu. three crosses 

patty arg. Eweb, Laton, co. Bedford, and 

Le^-Langley, co. Herts. 
M uffTw 
Per Cses erm. and sa. a heraldic tiger arg. in chief 

two mascles of the second. Daniels, Lyming- 

ton, eo. Hants. 

WOLF and in ehief.... 
Chief 
Arg. a wolf pass. sa. a chief gu. Wood, V*, 

Wood, Idington, co. Middlesex ; granted Feb. 

1606. 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. a chief gu. Wood, W. 
Az. a wtdf ramp, and a chief arg. Dun ; granted 

10 Feb. 1605. 
Az. a wolf salient and a chief arg. Donne, 

grmntedlWb. 

«aCUef....Birds 

Go. a wolf pass, or on a chief crenelly arg. three 

aartlets az. Burootn, V* . 
Gu. a wolf statant or on a chief crenelly arg. three 

BMtleCs az. John Bubootn, Sutton, co. Bed- 

fotd. Auditor, F. 



BEAST. WOLF and in ehief. . . . eont. 

on a Chief. ...Gross 
Az. a wolf ramp. arg. on a chief dancetty of the 

last a cross croslet fitchy gu. betw. two escallops 

az. Bbooke. 

....Crosses 
Arg. a wolf statant sa. on a chief az. three crosses 

formy of the first. Eweb ; quartered by Hogg. 

John EwsB, Bishop of Llandaff, 1761, Bangor, 

1769-74. 
Az. a wolf pass, or on a chief of the last three 

crosses patty of the first Eweb. 
....Pale 
Sa. a wolf salient or on a chief of the last a pale 

of the first charged with a fleur-de-lis arg. 

betw. two pellets. Wilson, Highbury Hill, co. 

Middlesex; Massingham, Norfolk; and Stow- 

langtoft, Suffolk. 

. . . .Boundles 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. collared or on a chief az. 

three bezants. Wood, London. 

Orsseents 
Erm. a wolf pass, and in chief two crescents sa. 
O'Duane, Ireland. 

Crosses 
Az. a wolf ramp. arg. collared and chained or in 

chief three crosses patty fitchy of the second. 

Bubhe, CO. Wilts. 
Sa. a wolf salient and in chief three crosses. . . . 

fitchy arg. Bushe, co. Wilts. 

Escallop 
Gu. a wolf pass, reguard. and in chief an escallop 
betw. two horseshoes or. Smith, East Bourne, 
Sussex ; granted 1758. 

Estoiles 

Sa. a wolf salient or in chief two estoiles arg. on 
a canton.... a cross.... Wilson, Melton, 
and Budding Hall, co. York; quartering 
Fountayne. Christopher Wilson, Bishop of 
Bristol, 1783-92. 

Sa. a wolf ramp, per fess erm. and erminois in 
chief two estoiles or. WtLSON, Flatt, near 
Blewcastle, Northumberland; confirmed 3 No- 
vember, 1773. 

Az. a war- wolf pass, and three stars in chief arg. 
DiCKisoN, Winkelstoun, Scotland. 

Sa. a wolf ramp, and in chief three estoiles or. 
Wilson, Eastbourne, Sussex, Bart. Wilson, 
Eshton Hall, co. York ; derived from Wilson, 
Brigsteare, Westmoreland. Wilson, Ive's 
Place, Maidenhead, co. Berks; and Eshton 
Hall, Gargrave, co. York. Wilson, Bromhead, 
CO. York. Edmund Wilson, WiUen, co. Hert- 
ford, V. 

Sa. a wolf ramp, and in chief threepierced stars 
of six points or on a canton arg. an eagle 
dispL with two heads, sa. Wilson. 

Sa. a wolf salient or in chief three stars arg. 
Wilson, Inverness; and Fingach, Scotland. 
Wilson, co. Hertford. 

Sa. a wolf salient and in chief three estoiles or. 
Wilson. Wilson, Stralby, co. Lincoln ; Forest 
Hall, near Long Benton, Northumberlahd ; 
Eastbourne and Shesfield, Sussex; and Elton, 
CO. York. Wilson, Field House, Brancepeth, 
and Lumley Castle, Durham. Wilson, Melton, 
CO. York. Thomas Wilson, Bishop of Sodor 
etc., 1697.1755. 
Fleur-de-lis 

Arg. a wolf ramp, vert on a chief sa. a fleurde-lis 
betw. two estoiles or. Wilson, Abbot Hall, 
Westmoreland. 



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BEAST. WOLF and In ehiaf . . . . eowt. 

Flenr-de-lii cont, 

Sa a wolf salient or in chief a fleur-de-lis betw. 
two bezants. Wilson, Baron Bemers; qaar- 
tering arg. a bend plain within a bordore engr. 
sa. Wilson, co. Leicester. 
Flenn-de-lia 

Vert in base a wolf pass, and in chief three fleurs- 
de-lis aig. WoLF£, Hatherton, oo. Chester. 

Yert a wolf pass. ppr. in chief three fleurs-de-lis 
arg. Van Wolff. 

Yert a wolf pass. ppr. in chief three fleurs-de- 
lis or. Van Wolff. 
Flowor 

Sa. a wolf salient or in chief a rose ppr. betw. two 
estoiles gold. Wilson, Knowle Hall, co. 
Warwick; quartering Fitzgerald, Newsham, 
Shepperd, Harries, and Jordan. 
Koniter 

Per fess gu. and or in base a wolf pass, regnard. 
vert holding in the mouth a fish of the third in 
chief a griffin pass. arg. Eysbkwald. 
Knlleti 

Sa. a wolf salient or in chief three mullets arg. 
WiLLSON, Charlton-Kings and Stroud, co. 
Gloucester. 

Sa. a wolf salient or in chief three mullets of six 
points arg. Christopher Wilson, Bishop of 
Bristol, 178».92. 

BOAB and In bate. . . . 

Or a boar pass. az. in base a crescent gu. 

TmNOHAM. 

CAT and in bate.... 
Per fess az. and vert, in chief a cat couchant coward 
tail reflexed over the back in base a pierced 
5-foil arg. Cathabne, co. Pembroke, F. 

DOQandinbaae.... 
Annnlata 
( Aiig. ?) in chief a greyhound courant and in base 
three annulets gu. Bhodbs. 
Tree 
Gu. in chief a greyhound courant arg. collared or 
in base an oak tree eradicated of the second. 
Bymeb, Scotland. 

LIOHandlnbaaa.... 
Axe 

Quarterly sa. and or in the flrst quarter a lion pass. 

guard, in the fourth a battle-axe surmounted 

by a tilting spear in saltire of the second. 

BowDEN, Stroud Green, Croydon, Surrey. 
Birds 
Arg. in chief a lion pass. az. in base two ravens 

pendent from an arrow fess wise sa. Mackie, 

Bargidly, Scotland. 
Arg. in chief a lion pass, guard, az. in base two 

crows pendent frt>m an arrow fesswise sa. 

Mackie, England. 
Per fess .... and .... in chief a lion couchant 

.... in base three birds (? martlets). Peter 

Walles ; seal attached to an order dated 

1 February, 1655, to Col. Bobert Phaire and 

Thomas Woodlifle, Esq., to repair to Dublin 

about the soldiers lands in Cork. 
CasUe 
Gu. in chief a lion pass, or in base a castle arg. 

Castilla, from Spain. 
Crescenti 
Arg. a lion pass, and in base two crescents gu. 

Cavanaoh. Cayenagh. KAVANAOH,Borris,co. 

Carlow, the family of the native kings of Lein- 

ster, descended from Cahir Mac Art Kayanaoh. 



BEAST. LIOHandinbaae....coit<. 

Oroaies 
Gu. in chief a lion pass, or in base three crosses 
patty arg. two and one. Statnton, V*. Sir 
Bobert Steynton, V, 

Flenr-de-lia 
Az. a lion pass, and in base a fleur-de-lis arg. 

Flandbinoham. 
Az. a lion pass, and in base a fleur-de-lis or. 

Flandringe or Flandrinohaic. 
Az. in chief a lion pass, guard, and in bise 

a fleur-de-lis or. Flandbinghax, F*. 

FLAUNDRINGHAlf, F. 

6-FoU 
Per fess gu. and arg. in chief a demi-lion issoant 
of the last and in base a 5-foil of the first 
Weldon, Swanscombe, Kent. 
6^oilf 
Or in the dexter chief a lion pass, in the sinister 
chief and in bas&a 5-foil sa. Aubeichieb, F. 

AUBTICHEB. AimXICHIEB, F*. 

Fret 
Erm. in chief a lion pass, guard, ia. a fret go. 

HuDDLESTON, UpwoU Hall, CO. Cambridge. 
Per cbev. ur and gu, in chief a lion pass. sa. in 

base a fret arg. Malefont or Malesaunts. 

Garbs 

Gu. in chief a lion pass, and in base three garbs 
arg. BoTEB or Botheb, co. Chester. Botieb, 
F*. BoTTB, F. BoTYEB, CO. Chester, F. 
BuTTEB, Stratford-upon-Avon, co. Warwick, W, 
BuTTEB, CO. Chester, and oo. Gloucester. 

Gu. in chief a lion pass, or in base three garbs 
arg. BoTEB or Botheb. 
Oon 

Per fess wavy gu. and az. a lion pass, guard, 
or beneath the feet a musket lying horizontally 
ppr. semy of fleurs-de-lis confrisedly dispersed 
of the third. Hockin, Lydford, co. Devon; 
granted 1764. 
Head 

Sa. in chief a lion pass, guard, in base a leopard's 
head jessant-de-lis or. Mobeland. Moblamd. 

Head! 

Arg. in chief a lion pass, guard, gu. in base three 
leopard's heads sa. two and one. Fililode, co. 
Salop. Foullelode, oo. Salop, F. Fyulodi, 
F». 

Inkmolina 

Arg. a lion salient in the dexter base an inkmoline 
sa. CBESFiGNy; quartering az. three ban 
arg. 

Arg. a lion salient sa. armed and langued gu. io 
the dexter base a pierced fer-de-moline of the 
second. De Cbespignt, Crampton Lodge, 
Camberwell, Surrey; and King's Bow, Soath- 
ampton, Bart.; quartering az. three bars arg. 

Mnllets 
.... in chief a lion ramp, and in base two mullets 

gu. HUBBT. 

Boundlea 

Per fess or and az. in chief a demi-lion ramp- 
issnant sa. in base six plates three two and 
one. M. Deggar Sees, 8. 
Sworda 

Per fess embattled az. and gu. in chief a lion 
pass. arg. in base two faulchions in saltire 
blades of the third hilts and pomels or on a 
canton erm. a mural crown or and suspended 
therefrom by a ribbon gu. edged az. theCoronna 
medal gold. Dablino. 



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BEAST. UOV and ia bue eont, 

Tm 

Per fess wwj gn. and arg. in chief a lion pass, 
guard, erminois in base on a mount vert a 
fig-tree ppr. Mibtle. 

Per saltire az. and gyronny of eight or and sa. in 
chief a wounded Hon coachant arg. pierced by 
a spe«r behind go. his head renting on a shield 
grronny of eight as above in base a holly bush 
or sarmounteNi by a crook and bngle horn 
siltirewtse silTor on a chief g^. within a bordnre 
irg. the white horse of Hanover between two 
Eastern gold crowns. Burmes, descended firom 
Carapb^ of Bnmbonse. 

SHEEP and in baae. .. . 
Aij(. a paschal lamb couchant with banner arg. 
staff and nimbus or in base the letters p. p. of 
the last. Town of Preston, co. Lancaster. 

AXTBLOPE betw. or within. . . . 

Haada (Beaat) Leopard 

Arg. in antelope pass. betw. three leopard's faces 
gu. DicTOK, CO. Lincoln. 
Fkaoos 
Sa. IB antelope arg. maned and tufted or betw. 
fbor pbeons ppr. Harbis, co. Gloucester; 
tttirtered by Williams. 

ASS betw. or within.... 
Bortira 

Aig. an aas pass, within a bnrdure sa. bezanty. 

Cole, Bokeish, Woolfardisworthy, co. Devon. 
Go. an aaa pass, within a bordure arg. Mott.e, 

Kent. 

BSAB betw. or within. . . . 
Ga. a bear ramp. arg. collared of the field betw. 

ibie<« mnlletfl of the second. Ciabse, Ashgate, 

lad. Norton Hall, co. Derby. 
Of. m bear ramp. erm. gorged with an eastern 

erown or betw. three pierced mullets arg. 

CL&2XZ, Elm Bank, Leatherhead, Smrey. 

BOAB betw. or within. . . . 
laia 

Arg. ft boar pass. .... betw. two bars .... Mac 
Ca9, Ireland. 

Bewi and Ship 

Afg. a boar pass. gu. erined or betw. three long 
bows charged with arrows and bent pointing 
io ccDtre one in chief and a skiff with oars sa, 
brtw. the two in base. O'Malley, Rosehill. 
eo. Mayo, Baronetcy 2 July 1604. 
Craamta 

Arg. a boar pass. sa. betv. three crescents gu. 
Kcttee. 



^' a btiar pass. betw. three crosses croslet or. 
O'Cbtue, Ireland. 



^ a boar pa<ts. betw. six fleurs-de-lis arg. 
JUreHjdd Gam, Dyvod. 
Moils 
Ai. iboer betw. ten 8 foils slipped arg. Apprtand, 
r GaYFFiTH, r^. Griffith Li.oyde, V. 
KnlkU 
^ a U«r piM. gn. armed or betw. three mullets 
o( the second. Treyarthian, Trevartbiau, 
Cornwall : the heirpss m. Renkymer. 
CAHaL betw. or within. . . . 
^ a camel psisii. betw. three doves sa. Clove, 
eo. WUi%. 

CAT betw. or within ... 
Tknrtrt 
'» fal« aa. and jru. a motintain cat betw. three 
'i*** aiig. Limpenie. 



BEAST. OAT betw. or within .... cont. 

3-FoiU 
Vert a cat (pass. V* ) statant tail erect arg. within 

an orle of eight dfoils slipped or. Vaohan, V, 
Vert a cat pass. arg. betw. nine 3 -foils slipped or. 

Vauohan. 

BEEB betw. or within. . . . 
Bellf 
Sa. a doe pass. betw. three bells arg. Doobel, 

Faurmour, Sussex; granted 1695. 
Sa. a hind pass. betw. three bells arg. Walter 

DoBELL, Falmere, Sussex; confirmed 1604. 
Gu. a doe statant betw. three beUs arg. Doble, 

CO. Somerset. 
Bordure 
Or a stag trippant within a bordure gu. 

Macartney, Belfast, co. Antrim ; derived from 

George Macartney, Blacket, Scotland, 1630. 

Macartney, Lish, co. Armagh, Baronetcy 22 

July 1799. 
Or a buck trippant gn. attired arg. within a 

bordure of the second. Macartney, Mickle 

Leathes, Auchinleok, and Blacket, Scotland. 

Macartney, created Lord Macartney of LisRa- 

noure 1776, Earl Macartney 1794; descended 

from Macartney, Auchinleck, Kirkcudbright, 

Scotland. Macartney, Lissanoure Castle, co. 

Antrim. 
Sa. a stag statant ai:g. attired or within a bordure 

quarterly erm. and erminois. Jones. 
Vert a buck pass. ppr. attired arg. within a bor- 
dure engr. of the third. Somerford, Somer- 

ford, CO. Stafford, 1583. 
3-Foili 
Per fess arg. and vert a stag ppr. betw. three 

3-foils counterchanged. Conmbll, Asbtown, 

Ireland; granted 1668. 
Per fess vert and arg. a stag trippant betw. three 

Sfoils couuterc banged. O'Connell, Iveragh, 

Grena, and Derrynane Abbey, co. Kerry. 

Powers. 
Vert a buck trippant within an orle of trefoils 

slipped or. Robinson, London ; Granford, co. 

Noithampton ; and Stretton Hall, co. Leicester, 

Bart. ; Baronetcy 22 June 1660 ; borne next to 

a coat of augmentation granted 1633. 
Pheona 
Az. a buck arg. betw. three pheons or within a 

bordure engr. of the last charged with eight 

hurts. Parker, F*. 
Az. a buck statant arg. attired or betw. three 

pheons within a border engr. of the last charged 

with eight hurts. Parker, Cambridge, V, 
Az. a buck trippant or betw. three pheons arg. 

within a bordure engr. of the second hurty. 

Parker, co. Cambridge. 
Gu. a hind courant arg. betw. three pheons or 

within a bordure of the last pellety. Hunt, V, 
Gu. a hind betw. three pheons or. Linwood. 
Gu. a hiod betw. three pheons or within a bor- 
dure engr platy. Linwood. 

Gu. a hind trippant betw. three pheons or within 

a bordure engr. arg. pellety. Hunt, W, 
Gu. a hind trippant betw. three pheons within a 

bordure or pellety. Hunt, K*. 
Quarterly gu. and vert a buck statant betw. tbree- 

pheons arg. within a bordure engr. or. Buck, V. 
Sa. a buck pass. arg. betw. three pheons or within 

a bordure engr. of the second pellety. Parker, 

Northleach, co. Gloucester. 
Bonndlei 
Sa. a buck arg. betw. three bezants on each a 

pheon of the first. Foster, V. 

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BEAST. BEEB betw. or within .... cont. 
Bonndles cont, 

Sa. a hart ti-ippant arg. betw. three bezants op 
each a pheon of the first. Foster, W, 

Sa. a buck trippant arg. betw. three bezants on 
each a pheon of the field within a bordure 
com pony or and gn. Fobsteb. 

Sa. a hart trippant arg. betw. three bezants on 
each a pheon of the first (? az.) within a bor- 
dure coropony or and gu. Thomas Fobster, 
V, FosTEB, London. 

Vert a stug arg. having in the mouth a sprig or 
betw. three bezants. Eedsuawe. 

BOO b«tw. or within. . . . 

Bars 

Or a greyhound in full course betw. two bars sa. 
Bakeb, London, and co. Worcester. George 
Baker, Surgeon to Elizabeth, London, W. 

Per pale erm. and gu. a greyhound courant betw. 
two bars .... Bakeb, Bayfordbury, co. Hertford. 

Birds 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three birds of 
the second legsed gu. within a bordure of the 
last charged with crosses patty and acorns or 
alternately. John Williams, Dorobedter, V, 

....Chonghi 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three Cornish 
choughs ppr. within a bordure engr. az. charged 
with four crosses croslet or and as many be- 
zants alternately. Williams. 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three Cornish 
choughs ppr. within a bordure engr. gu. charged 
with eight crosses formy or and as many be- 
zants alternately. WnxiAMS, Treveme and 
Probus, Coiiiwall. Williams, Helton and 
Whitelavington, co. Dorset, and Oxford. 
Williams, Herringston, co. Dorset ; descended 
from John Williams, Perry Court, and Her- 
ringston, 1513 : quartering Delalynde. Herring, 
Syward, Argenton, and Browne. Williams, 
Kusbden Hall, co. Northampton ; and Waofield 
Lodge, CO. Berks ; derived like Williams, Biide- 
bead, co. Dorset ; through Wiijjams, Charmin- 
ster, from Williams, Herringston. 

....Martlet! 
Arg. a greyhound courant betw. three martlets 

sa. Williams, co. Somerset 
Arg. a greyhound courant betw. three martlets 

sa. wiihin a bordure engr. gu. (another adds on 

the bordure acorns or husked vert.) Williams, 

CO. Dorset. 

. ...Parrots 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three popin- 
jays ppr. within a bordure engr. gu. charged 
with bezants aud crosses patty or alternately. 
Williams, descended through Williams, Bride- 
head, from Williams, Herringston to. Dorset 

Bordure 
Arg. a greyhound courant sa. in a bordure engr. 

gu. Ralph Brideoke, Bishop of Chichester, 

1675-78. 
Arg. a greyhound courant within a bordure engr. 

sa. Bbaddocke, Abbaston, co. Warwick. 
Arg. in base on a mount ppr. a pine tree vert a 

talbot tied thereto ppr. and from one of the 

branches a buglehorn pendent of the second 

within a bordure of the third. Louth iak, 

Edinburgh. 
Arg. a hound pass, within a bordure sa. Forneys. 
Arg. a talbot sejant within a bordure sa. Furnace 

or Fubmese, Sandwich, Kent Fuuness, V, 



BEAST. BOO betw. or wilhln .... eont, 

Bordure cont, 

Az. a talbot sejant and a bordure engr. arg. 
Simon Sudbuby, alias Tybold, Bishop of Lon- 
don, 1362; Archbishop of Canterbury, 1375-8L 

Gu. a talbot pass. arg. withiu a bordure erm. 
Walwyn. 

Or a levrier gu. collared sa. within a bordure of 
the last bezanty. Sr. Peres Bubdbux, H. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a greyhound and mule within 
a bordure engr. counterchanged. Asubebton. 

Sa. a bloodhound pass, within a bordure eogr. 
arg. Sudbeby. 

Sa. a hound pass. arg. within a bordure or. 
Sudbuby. 

Sa. a talbot pass. arg. within a bordure engr. or. 

SUDBEBRY, F*. 

Sa. a greyhound ramp, witliin a bordure engr. 

arg. PouBTON, V, Powbton, F*. 
Sa. a hound salient within a bordure engr. arg. 

Pebton. 
Sa. a hound sejant within a bordure engr. arg. 

Sudbuby. 
Sa. a talbot statant arg. within a bordure engr. or. 

Sudbuby, V, 

Buckles 
Az. a talbot pass. betw. three oval buckles or. 

Casteb, Kinmel. 
Az. a talbot pass. betw. three round buckles or. 

Cbanfield. 

Cresoenta 
Az. a hound pass. betw. three crescents or. 
Cheyney, CO. Berks.. 

Eseallopi 

Arg. a greyhound courant betw. three escallops 
sa. LoMAX, Parkhurst, Surrey. 

Erm. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three escal- 
lops gu. LoMAX, CO. Hertford ; and Westmin- 
ster ; quartering Kaye. 

Heads (Beast) . . . .Leopard 

Or a greyhound courant sa. betw. three leopard's 
heads az. a bordure engr. gu. Heneaoe, Hain- 
ton, CO. Lincoln. John Heneoe, V, Hennidoe. 
And with a crescent on a mullet for diff. 
Heneaoe, Com pton Basset, Wilts ; quartering 
Walker ; descended through Michael Heneage, 
Keeper of the Records in the Tower of London, 
b. 1510, from Heneaoe, Hainton ; the heiress 
m. Walker. 

....Wolf 

Arg. a greyhound courant sa. betw. three wolf's 
heads erased gu. within a bordure az. charged 
with eight 5.foils of the first Hbmsaob, Hyn- 
ton, V. Henegb, V*. 
....(Bird) 

Arg. a greyhound courant ermines betw. three 
eagle's heads erased sa. Jackson, co. North* 
am pton ; granted 1689. 
Horns 

Arg. a ratch hound courant betw. three hunting- 
horns sa. Fobbbsteb, Dundee. 

Vert a greyhouod pass. betw. three hunting- 
horns arg. stringed gu. Cabstobphin or 

COBSTOBPHINE. 

Vert a greyhound salient betw. three hunting- 
horns arg. CoBSTOBPHiNB, Kings Banes, 
Scotland. 
Pheons 

3u. a greyhound courant betw. three pheons arg. 
Jackson. 

Ou. a greyhound courant arg. betw. three pheons 
or. Jackson, Southgate, Middlesex. 



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BEAST. DOO betw. or within — eont, 

FheoDf c(mt 
Go. t honnd pass. betw. three pheons or within a 
bordure engr. arg. pelletty. Hunt. 

SLEFHAHT betw. or within.... 

Aig. in elephant statant and carrying a howdah 
eontainiog three persons with a driver ppr. a 
bordure or. The Rajah Kalee Kbishna 
Bthadar; granUd in India, 3 April 1833. 
£. Asiatic Society't Joumaly 1843, vii. 201. 

GOAT betw. or within.... 

Go. a gott statant arg. armed and crined or betw. 
three saltires of the last. Bailee, quartered by 
Cresswell. 

HABX betw. or within.... 
Bordure 

Az. t hare salient arg. with a hnnting-hom round 
the neek vert garnished gu. within a bordure 
vavy of the second charged with three crescents 
•nd fts many roses of the last. Clellamd, 
Barbadoes. 

Az. I hare salient guard, arg. with a hunting - 
bora hanging about the neck vert garnished 
gtL vithin a bordure counterconipony of the se- 
coad and first. Clelamo, Edinburgh. 

■aUet 
II a hare ramp. betw. three mullets or. 
Maxchast. 

8aa 
iz. a hare eourant betw. three suns or. Watson, 
S;ratf<»-d, co. Gloucesfer. Thomas Watson, 
Biibop of Lincoln, 1557-9. 

E0B8B betw. or within. . . . 
Bordure 
Go. tnole within a bordure arg. Moyle, Wye, 

Kent. 
Gt, a mule statant within a bordure arg. Sir 

Thomas Moyle, Kent, V. 
VtT fess arg. and aa.a mule and greyhound within 

a bordon; engr. eounterchanged. Ashberton. 
Sa. a horse carrying a man armed at all points 

within a bordure arg. Nbyoy, Scotland. 

Flowers 
Az. a borne pass. mrg. bridled gu. betw. three ma 
n^kU OT. Morecboft, Churchill, co. Oxford. 

ipean 

Ail^. a horse pass, bay colour betw. two tilting- 
•pears in fesa sa. Sheeei^ Pebworth, co. Wor- 
eeftter. 

Whcds 

Az. a honte arg. bridled gu. betw. three wheels or. 
MoficmAFT. 

UOH betw. or within..... 
Annnlets 
St. a Bon ramp. arg. crowned or betw. three an- 

nnleto of the ueoond. Malton. Sir Henry de 

Waltojb, V, 
^ai a lion pass, or betw. three annulets arg. 

HzuioH, Hendon. 
Ten a lion pa^s. or armed and langued gu. betw. 

three aonoleta arg. Herman, MiddletouStoney, 

w. Oxford ; confirmed 10 Dec. 1630. 
Go. a Bon ramp. arg. gorged wiih a collar vert 

and tttpporting betw. the paws the fiEMces erect 

p^. banded or betw. four annulets of the last 

■ad as many ft.foils of the second alternately. 

Snrposs; granUd 1819. 
^ ft lion rarap. within an orle of eight annulets 

Mf- 3f U.T05 or MOLTOS. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... cont. 

Annulets cont. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or betw. ten an- 
nulets of the second. Malton. 
Sa. a lion pass. betw. ten annulets arg. Fulthorp. 
Sa. a lion ramp, within an orle of annulets arg. 

MAI.T0N, F*. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within an orle of 

annulets of the second. Mekton. 
Sa. a lion salient within an orle of annulets arg. 

Fulthorpe, V*. 

AlTOWB 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. two arrows palewise in 

fess arg. Cantilon, Ireland. 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. two arrows in fess arg. 

Cantiuon, Ireland. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. two arrows or feathered 

and barbed of the second. Cantilion. 
Vert a lion ramp, reguard. betw. three arrows or. 

Yeldart. 
Vert a lion ramp, reguard. crowned betw. three 

arrows or. Gild art, Liverpool, co. Lancaster; 

granUd 20 Dec. 1759. 
Vert a lion ramp, reguard. and ducally crowned 

betw. three arrows or. Geld art, Cambridge. 

Axes 

Sa. a lion ramp, or ducally crowned arg. betw. 
three battle-axes of the last handles of the se- 
cond. Shorter, London; granted 14 Oct. 
1687. 

Bars 

Arg. a lion pass. az. betw. a bar gemel in chief 
and three mullets in base gu. M^Kellor, 
Scotland. 

Arg. a lion pass. az. betw. two barruleta gu. in 
chief three crescents sa. and in base as many 
mullets of the third. M*£ellar, Scotland. 

Beasts.... Beer 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. two harts in chief gu. 
Trudale. 

.... Lions 

Per saltire or and erra. a lion pass. az. betw. two 
others pass, reguard. in pale gu. Machahon, 
Baronetcies 6 May, 1815, and 7 Aug. 1817. 

Quatterly or and gu. in the centre a lion ramp, 
az. four lions ramp, eounterchanged. Vauohan, 
Dolymelynllyn; derived through Vauohan, 
Hengwrt, co. Merioneth ; from Cadwgan , Lord 
of Nannau. Vauohan, Chilton Grove, ntfar 
Shrews biu*y. 

Bells 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, within an orle of bells 
arg. cannoned or. Osney, Louih, co. Lincoln. 

Bends 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bendlets az« 

Marshait, Earl uf Romuey. 
Ai^. a lion pans. gu. betw. two bendlets az« on 

each three crosses croslet or. Marsiiau, V*, 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bendletK az. on 

each three crosses croslet or within a bordure 

engr. gu. Maushah, V, 
. . . .crusily sa. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bendlets 

.... on each three crosses cr0i>let or. Marsuam, 

W. 
Arg. semy of crosses croslet sa. a lion pass. gu. 

betw. two bendlets az. on each three crosses 

croslet or. Marsham. 
Arg. crusily fitcby sa. a Hon pass. gu. betw. two 

bendlets az« each charged with three crosses 

croslet or. Marsuam, Stratton Strawless, 

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BEAST. I*ION betw. or within .... eonU 

Bends cont, 
Arg. a lion pass. betw. two cotises go. Gawler. 
Erm. a lion pass. betw. two cotises gu. Cooke, 

London. 
Gn. a lion ramp. arg. betw. two cotises or. 

Playstow. 
Or a lion pass. sa. betw. two cotises gu. Sir John 

Tracy, Barslable, V. 
Or a lion pass, guard, sa. betw. two bendlots gu. 

Bolton. 
Or a lion salient sa. betw. two cotises gu. Tracy. 
Or a lion betw. two cotises sa. Tracy, Cornwall. 
Or a lion pass. sa. betw. two bends gemels gu. 

Tracy, Barnstaple, co. Devon. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or cotised gu. betw. three crosses 

patty of the second. Aylitfe, F*. 

BiUets 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. three billets or. Jesson. 
Or a lion pass. betw. six billets sa. Smartwood, 

London. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. eight billets az. 

Thorpe. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. eight billets sa. 

BucKMiNSTER, CO. Leicester. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or surrounded by eight batons 

(or billets) of the same on an eacucheon or a 

cross sa. betw. four spread eagles ppr. Bulmer. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. ten billets sa. Gisors. 
.... a lion ramp betw. ten billets .... within 

a bordure.... John Gisors, Lord Mayor of 

London, 1246. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of billets or and 

a bordure engr. arg. Jbsore, F*. Jesorson, F. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. within an orle of billets 

and a bordure engr. or. Gysors, Lord Mayor 

of London, 1245, 1246, 1249, 1311, and 1314. 
Az. a lion salient arg. within an orle of billets or. 

Gessors, F*. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of billets or. Sr. 

John Gessors, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of billets arg. 

Neirnurst, CO. Buckingham, F. 
Gu. a lion salient within an orle of billets arg. 

Neirnust, F*. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within an orle of billets or. 

Crkping, CO. Lincoln. Sr. John Crepinge, 

temp. Edw. Ill, F. Sr. William Grammary, 

CO. Lincoln, F. 
Gu. a lion salient arg. within an orle of billets or. 

Crepino, F*. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of billets or. Sr. 

Raufe Bulmer, Essex, temp. Edward I, F. 
Gu. a lion sftlient wiihin an orle of billets or. 

Bulmer, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. withm an 
orle of billets of the second. Bulmer, F». 

Or A lion ramp, within an orle of billets sa. 
Kychard, F. 

Birds.... Choughi 

Or a lion pass, guard, sa. betw. three Cornish 
choughs ppr. Drywood, Dunton, Essex. 
....Povea 

Az. a lion pass, guard, ducally crowned or betw. 
three turtle doves rousant arg. each holding in 
the beak a trefoil slipped gold. Bird, West- 
minster; descended from co. Salop; granted 
16 Sept. 1723. 

, , , . Eaglet 

Or a lion ramp. betw. three demi eagles displ. 
purp. Lace. Isle of Man; and Ingthorpe 
Grange, co. York. 



BEAST. UON betw. 6r within .... eont. 

Birds cont. Kartlets 
Az. (arg. F*.) a lion pass. betw. three martleU 

or. Jackson, W. 
Gu. a lion pass, or within an orle of martlets arg. 
Valomys, F. 

....OwU 
Vert a lion ramp. betw. three owls arg. 
Holoraye. 
Bordure 
Arg. a demi-Iion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. 
bezanty. Lynne, co. Cambridge ; and South- 
wick, CO. Northampton. 
Gu. a demi-lion ramp. arg. within a bordure sa. 
bezanty. Lynde or Lynne, London ; and oo. 
Cambridge. Lyndb, co. Cambridge, F. Lyot, 
CO. Devon; co. Northampton; and Bassing- 
borne, co. Cambridge. Lynn, Westminster; 
and Clapham, Surrey. Stokes, F*. 
Gu. a demi-lion issnant arg. armed and langned 
az. within a bordure sa. bezanty. Lynhe, 
South wicke, oo. Northampton, 1716. 
Gu. a demi-lion ramp, tail forked arg. withuk a 

bordure sa. bezanty, Stokes, Kent, F. 
Gu. a demi-lion ramp, or within a bordure sa. 
bezanty. Lyndb or Lynne, co. Cambridge; 
and London. Stokes, Watersend, Kent. 
....a lion ramp within a bordure engr..... 

POMEROY 

.... a lion ramp within a bordure indented 

Humphry Lloyd, Bishop of Bangor, 

1673-89. . 3 . 

....a lion ramp within a bordure indented 

.... RiDDELL. 

Arg. a lion ramp, within a bordure az. Dowett, 

CO. StaflFord. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. within a bordure of the 

second charged with fleurs-de-lis or. Saunders 

or Sanders, co. Oxford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. crowned gu. within a bor- 

dure of the second charged with eight fleurs- 
de-lis or. Saunder, London, F. 
Arg. a hon ramp, within a bordure invecked ai. 

Faconbridoe. 
Arg. a hon ramp. az. armed and langued gu. 

within a bordure engr. of the second. Crichton, 

Brunston, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. crowned with an antique 

crown or within a bordure chequy of the first 

and second. M'Dowall. London ; and Scotland. 
Arg. semy of crosses croslet fitchy gu. a li«'n 

ramp. az. within a bordure erm. Montfobd, 

Kylnhurst, co. York. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. a bordure gu. Clare or 

Klare. 
Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. within a bordure engr. 

az. OoiLVY, Kagel, Scotland. 
Arp. a lion ramp. gu. wiihin a bordure ax. 

DuTHiE or DcTHiLL, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. debruised with a bend 

(plain F*) engr. compony or and vert withm a 

bordure az. Steward, Norfolk, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure az. charged 

with three boar's heads couped or two in chief 

and one in base. Dundas, Viscount Melville. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure engr. az. 

SoMAYNE ; but uebuly or wavy, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned or within 

a bordure engr. az. bezanty. Berinoton. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure compony 

gu. and arg. Dundas, Breasimill, Scotlnnd. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. wiihin a I ordure compony 

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B£AST. HOI betw. or within.... cont. 

Bordnre eont. 
Aig. a lioo ramp. go. wHhin a bordore engr. com- 
^oy of the aeooDd and az. Donhead. 

DojfHILD, K. 

Arg. a lioo ramp. gn. docally erowoed or within 
a bordore engr. compony of the second and az. 
DOVHED, F». 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. within a bordore com- 
pony or and vert. Lepia, Isle of Ely, co. 
Cambridge. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, go. crowned with an im- 
perial crown and collared with an open one or 
wilbio a bordore coonter-compony of the second 
and arg. Ooiltt, Inchaven, Scotland. 

Arg. a lioo ramp. gn. within a bordore enn. 
DcxDAS, Amiston, Scotland. Dundas, Beech- 
vood, Mid Lothian; Baronetcy 24 Aogost 
1821. 

Aig. a Hon pass, goard. go. crowned with an im- 
perial crown and collared with an open one or 
vithin a bordnre of the second charged with 
eigbt crescents of the field. Ooilyt, Logie, 
SMltnd. 

if|.alion pajts.gnard. go. crowned with an imperial 
crovn and collared with an open one or wiiliin 
t b(mlnre engr. of the second. Ogilyt, Clony, 
Scotland. Ooilvy, Pitmonies, S«;otland. 

Anr. a lion pass, goard. go. crowned with an im- 
perial crown and collared with an open one or 
within a bordore indented of the second. 
Ogiltt, Newgrange, Scotland. 

Aryr. a lion ramp, and a bordore go. Biaxobe. 
BhoiTEitj London. Dunoas, Bandary, Scotland. 
BcsssLL, West Roddam, Norfolk, K. Russell, 
Badham, Thorpe, and West Bomam, Norfolk. 

iig, a lion ramp, within a bordore go. charged 
with eifjht croBi*e9 croslei or. Chepstow, V. 
St. Cleebe, eo. IXnrset, 1716. 

iig. a lion ramp, within a bordore go. be- 
zant j. Trinitaiian Priory at Gnabesbobow or 
KxAKESEOBocGH, CO. York. 

Affu a lion ramp, vithin a bordore engr. go. 
DoxHEAO. Dunhed, V, 

Ar^. a lion ramp. go. within a bordore engr. or. 
Stewabd, Norfolk. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. within a bordore aa. 
SoxELFR. William Seint Cleb, E. 

Arf. a lioo ramp. go. within a bordore sa. crosily 
or. Saixt Clxbe, co. Dorset, 1716. William 
Seivcleb, E. 

krg. a boo ramp. go. within a bordore sa. be- 
zaiity. Conte de Cobnetaile, E, Trinitarian 
l^ory at Knabssbobouoh or Gkabesbobow, 
ro. York. William Seikcleb, E, 

Aff . a lioo rvmp. snrmoontiiig a crosier in bend 
4i«xt«r gu. within a bordore sa. bezanty. 
Ciftterdan Abl>ey at Hailks or Hales, co. 
GkiQceaier, and at Holm Coltbax, Comber- 
IumL 

Arg. a hon ramp. go. within a bordore engr. sa. 
Cbaxpves, Yaroeiteombe. Chahpmet, Baro- 
uaple«co. IVvoD. Uabpeb, Essex. Mocthwey. 

Aji^. a lioo ramp. gn. within a bordore engr. sa. 

briaiity. CoRnrwALi. 
Arg. a boo ramp. go. armed az. within a bordore 
u. Laxe. Boscommoo, Irtdand; granted 
6 April. 1601. 
Afg. a lion ramp. gn. crowned az. a bordore sa. 
buaoty. Uamerei Lbices, A, HarL MS. 6187, 
Jo.»7. 
^ a Hon ramp. gn. crowned or within a bordore 
• • . . cruialy .... William de Semcleb, J*', 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordore cont, 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. crowned or within a bordnre 
sa. bezanty. Le conte de Cobnwail, B, or 
CoRNEWAiLLE , ^, P. Lc contce de Cobnewaile, 
C, Y. Bichard Plamtaoenet, Earl of Poitoo 
and Cornwall, Z, 95. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. docally crowned or within a 
bordore sa. bezanty. Cornwall, Coort in St. 
Stephen. Brannell, Cornwall. Le Conte de 
CoBNEWAiL, J ; or CoKNWAiLB, O. Coooteo de 
CoBNWAix, D, F, Conte de Cobnuaile, E, 
Sr. Edmond de Cobnwatle,L, Harl.MS. 6137. 
The Earl of Cobnwall, foonder of S. Robert's 
at Knarsborg, V, Knabesbuboh, Knaresbo- 
roogh, CO. York. Enabsbuboh, F*. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. crowned or within a bordore 
engr. sa. Osbebt. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. crowned or within a bordnre 
engr. sa. over all on a bend of the last nine 
martlets of the second. Cobnwall. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. crowned or within a bor- 
dore engr. sa. bezanty. Geofi^ de Cobnwall, 
Baron of Borford, Z, 99. 

Arg. a lion ramp. go. docally crowned or within 
a bordore engr. sa. bezanty. Cobnewall, Ber- 
rington, c<>. Hereford, and Diddlebnry, co. 
Salop. Foliott Herbert Walker Cobnewall, 
Bishop of Bristol, 1797, Worcester, lb03.;U ; 
qoartering per pale az. and go. three lions 
ramp. arg. with go. a cross ragoly betw. three 
lion's heads crowned arg. Cobnewall, Lon- 
don ; and Moccas Coort, co. Hereford ; Baro- 
netcy 4 Aog. 1764; qoartering Amyaod. 

Arg. a lion sejant go. within a bordore engr. rb. 
Fabnwell. (Another, the lion holding in both 
paws a palm branch vert) 

Arg. a lion ramp, goard. ppr. holding betw. the 
paws a batlleaxe head downwards of the second 
within a bordore az. Cbacknell DeCBACKNELL 
or Crakenell, DeTonshire Hoose, near Bath, 
CO. Somerset; Cracknell, Isle of Wight; and 
Borwall St. Mary, co. Cambridge ; qoartering 
PhilUps. 

Arg. a lion ramp. porp. within a bordore compony 
or and go. bezanty. Lacy, 1732. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordore arg. charged 
with eight torteaox. Sr. Edmond Poynt, V. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordore az. 
Blocase, Scotland. Bbokkas, Scotlaod. LeSire 
Bubnbll; qoartering or a saltire engr. sa., Y. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or within a bordnre 
az. Bubnell, Holgate, co. Salop. Hubert 
Bubnel, Bishop of Bath, etc., 1275-02. Le S. 
le Bubnel, S. Bubnell; qoartered by Ratcliff^ 
Lord Fiizwalter, U, Hanley. Hloo. Loyell, 
Lord Lovell. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. docally crowned or within a 
bordore az. Sr. Edward Burweix, V, 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or debroised by a 
batOD go. withio a bordore az. Bubnell. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. docally crowned or within a 
bordnre az. bezanty. Bubnell. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or langoed and 
armed go. within a bordore az. Bubnell. 

Arg. a lion pass, goard. sa. within a bordore engr. 
go. Laubin. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordore go. bezanty. 
Pickering, F«. Sire Thomas de Pykebinge, 
N. Sir Thomas Pykebino, Essex, temp. Ed- 
ward III, V. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. a bordore engr. go. Dowell- 
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BEAST. IiIOH b«tw. or within . » . . eonU 

Bordnre cont, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess battel ly az. 

within a bordure engr. ga. (aDother the 

fesB ragaly). Cbetowne. 
Arg. a Hod ramp. sa. over all a fess counter-em bat- 

Ued az. within a bordure engr. gu. Mideleho. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure invecked ga. 

PoMEROY, Chalfont St. Giles, co. Buckingham. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess raguly az. 

within a bordure engr. gu. Crstowme. 

Cretownes, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp, within a bordure sa. St. George. 

West, Ireland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure of the last 

charged with torteaux. Poynton. 
Arg. a lion pass within a bordure engr. sa. 

Laverino. Lawrtn. 
Arg. a lion pass. sa. a label of three points gu. a 

bordure engr. of the second. Lawryn, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. sa. 

Beruen, F. Beryen. Berwen. Bovell. 

Bo vile. Bowell or Bowetls, Ru$%hall, co. 

Statford. Bowells, V, Champneys, Orchardly, 

00. Somerset. Cowley; quartered by Knightley. 

Handinoside or Handysyde. Hanoinside or 

Hanoreshaw, Scotland. Harper, Essex, V, 

Harper or Harpur, Calk, co. Derby ; co. Devon ; 

and CO. Stafford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure engr. of 

the last charged with ten mullets as the first. 

Cowley, London. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langned gu. within 

a bordure of the second. Mowat, Inglistoun, 

Scotland, Bart. ; descended from BalquhoUie. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and crowned or within 

a bordure of the second. West, Irelarid. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or within a bordure 

of the second. West, Ireland, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. ducally crowned or within a 

bordure of the second. Rochforo, V, 
Az. a lion pass, within a bordure arg. charged 

with eight round buckles of the first 

OcHTERLONY, Kelly, Scotland. 
Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure arg. Kavenaoh, 

Belian, Ireland. 
Az. semy-de-lis and a lion ramp, within a bordure 

arg. Holland, Ely, in the Isle of Ely. 
Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure arg. charged 

with ten buckles gu. Auchterlony. 
Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure arg. charged 

with eight mullets .... Lamond. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged with eight torteaux. Roy, Scotland. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an antique 

crown or within a bordure of the second 

charged with eight sinister hands couped gu. 

M*DowALL, Culgroat, Scotland. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned with an antique 

crown or armed and langued gu. within a bor- 
dure of the second charged with six frasiers of 

the first. Mac Douoall, Makerston, co. Rox- 
burgh ; the heirs m. Hay and Brisbane. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within a bordure 

of the second charged with eight (ogresses, 

another) torteaux. Henley, co. Somerset, 

1612; and Northington, co. Hants. 
Az. a lion ramp, within a bordnre fiory arg. Lovell. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within a bordure 

erm. Gerrard, Longhide, co. Somerset. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure gu. charged 

wit)) eight buckles and escallops or alternately. 

OcHTERLONiE, Grind, Scotland. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... cont. 

Bordure cont, 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure or. Sir 
Andrew Monhaijlt, Masenden, Q. Auger de 

MOHAUT, Q. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. or 
Lamont. Tirrell or Tirrol, co. Somerset, 
TiRRELL, CO. Hertford. Sir Roger Tyrrell, L. 
or Tirrell, co. Hereford, temp. Edward 
III, V, Tyrrell, K*. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordnre indented 
or. Sire Roger Tyrel, N, 

Az. a lion ramp, arg* armed gu. a bordnre or. 
Sir Andrew Monthaut, Q, HarL MS. 0595. 

Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. within a bordure 
engr. or. Dalton, co. York. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within a bordure 
per bordure gu. and of the second. Hugh 
Bahxol, Bywell, P. 

Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. erra. 
Strytt, V, Strytte, F*. Stryttle. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, or within a bordure arg. 
Thompson, Cottingham Castle, co. York. 

Az. a lion ramp, or within a bordure arg. charged 
with eight annulets sa. Rebce, Usk, co. Mon- 
mouth ; Cardiff, co. Glamorgan ; and Longiown, 
CO. Hereford ; quartering Proger, Corbett, Milo 
Fitz-walter, Newmarch, De Fortibus, Marshall, 
Clare, Gifford, Bleddyn Broadspear, Gwemdn, 
and Lewis. 

Az. a lion ramp, or within a bordure erm. Landres. 

Az. a lion ramp, or within a bordure engr. gu. 

PiKENHAM, F* PUKENUAM. PyKENHAM, F. 

Az. a lion salient or within a bordure engr. gu. 

PiKENHAM. 

Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure or. Arunbbll, 
F^. Balesmore. Belisme, quartered by Talbot, 
Earl of Shrewsbury, U, Roger de Belismo, 
(de Montoomerico,) Earl of Arundel and 
Shrewsbury, F. Montgomery, co. Salop. 
Town of Montgomery, co. Salop. Benedictine 
Abbey at Shrewsbury, co. Salop. Rogers, 
Balisroo. Talbot, co. Worcester. Sir George 
Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, for Belesme; 
quartering Talbot, Nevil Lord Fumival, Fur- 
nival, Verdon, and Strange, U, 

Az. a lion ramp, tail forked within a bordnre or. 
Belismo. 

Az. a lion ramp, ducally crowned or within a 
bordure of the second charged with eight 
•sinister hands gu. M'Dowall or M'Dovgall, 
Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. within a 
bordure of the last. Raradoc, Wales. 

Az. a lion ramp, per fess or and arg. within a 
bordure silver semy of annulets sa. Caradoo 
Yreichyras. Mainerch, Brecon. Byam. 
Price, Brecon Priory. 

Bendy of six gu. and vert a lion ramp, double 
tailed or wiUiiu a bordure engr. arg. pelletty. 
Copinoer. 

Erm. a lion ramp. az. crowned or within a bor- 
dure of the second charged with eight plates. 
Pickering, Wallford, co. Chester. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure az. 
charged with eight fieurs-de-lis or. Woorley 

or WORLEY. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. Sir 
William Pritchard, Lord Mayor 1084. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. frettj 
or. Hughes, Nuneaton, co. Warwick. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gn. within a bordure sa. be- 
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BEAST. UOH betw. or within. . ..eont. 

Bordnre eont. 
Eim. a Hon ramp. ga. within a bordore engr. sa. 

bezaDtJ. COBNWALL. 

£nn. a lioo ramp. gu. crowned or within a bor- 
dore sa. Fa};hopb, Cornwall. 

Enn. a lion ramp. ga. crowned or within a bor- 
dore sa. bezanty. Brtan. Fanhope, Ck)mwall. 

Enn. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or within a bor- 
dore engr. sa. bezantj. Cobkwall, Essex, m. 
Bryan Corkswaile, S, Monnsyer John 

CoKxwATLE, r. GeotPtj de Cornwall, Baron 
of Borford, Z, 90. Sir John Cobkwall, Baron 
of Fanhope and Millbrook, ob. 1443, Z, 258. 
CoaxwALL, Fanhop, K. 

Erm. a lion ramp, reguard. gn. crowned or within 
a bordore sa. bezanty. Cornwall, co. Salop. 

Enn. a lion ramp. aa. a bordure az. Pbichard, 

PUTCHABD. 

Erm. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langned gn. 
within a bordore az. John Prichet, Bishop of 
GlcQcester 1672-81. 

Era. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure g^. semy 
of mollets arg. Madoc Danwr. 

Eno. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. sa. 
Bcshall. 

Go. a lion pass, within a bordure engr. arg. 
Ludlow. Mabkes, Essex, V, Markes, 1732. 

Go. a hon ramp, within a bordure arg. Dunbar, 
Dont, CO. Banff ; Baronetcy 1697 ; quartering 
Kaodolph, all within a bordure nebnly quar- 
terlj az. and of the last Ddnbar, Eutrick, 
Scotland. GRAin>FORO. Mowbray, cb. York. 
Aod with a mallet for diff. Letsler. 

Go. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure of the last 
cbarged with nine escallops yert. Godard. 

Go. a Hon ramp. arg. within a bordure of the last 
barged with t.hree roties and as many cushions 
•s the first alternately. D(jnbar, Billhead, 
Scotland. 

Go. a hon ramp. arg. within a bordure of the last 
charged with eight roses as the first. Le oonte 
Pairik de Dcnbarre, P. Patrik counte de 
Duxbarre, Y. Dunbar, Boath, co. Nairn, 
Baronetcy 1814. The Earl of Laonois, K. 
Mabch. Le counte Patrick, H. Dunbar, 
Westfieldf Scotland; quartering Randolph. 
DuvBAR, Cumnock, Scotland; with the same 
qoartering. Ditnbar, Inchbreck, Scotland; 
with the same quartering, within a bordure gu. 
diarged with eight annulets .... Dunbar, 
Karray, and Grange, Scotland ; with the same 
quartering within a bordure arg. charged with 
eight frasiers gu. DtniBAR, Northfield, Co. 
E^lin, Baronetcy 1698; with the same quarter- 
ipg, within a bordure (yairy gu. and or with a 
lioii ramp, par siutout^ another) quarterly az. 
■adgu. 

Go. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure of the 
second cbarged with ten roses of the first. 
DiVBAm, Baldoon, Scotland. 

Go. a Hon ramp. arg. within a bordtu*e of the 
aecond charged with eight 5*foils as the first. 
Patrick, Durham. Count Patrick de Dunbar, 
A r. Le counte Patrick, J. 

G«. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure of the 
teeond charged with eight pierced 5-foils (or 
feasert) as the first. Pauick, Earl Dunbar, 
ScoUand, K. 

Go. a hoo ramp. arg. within a bordure of the 
•^eood charged with eight roses as the field 
ft label az. Patrick de Dunbar, son of the 
£ari or Laonois, iC. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... cont. 

Bordure eont, 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure danoetty arg. 
Llotd, Forest, co. Carmarthen. 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. arg. 
Champnet, CO. Devon. Newport Charlbtt, 
Hanley Court, co. Worcester. Gray, Baron 
Gray. Gray, Hartsheath Park, co. Flint; 
quartering erm. two bars vert, with arg. a fess 
az. betw. iu chief an eagle displ. with two heads 

sa. and in base a lion ramp M. Thomas 

Gray, S, Gbey, Earl of Tanquerville and Lord 
Powis,Z,319. Grey, Earl Grey. William Grey, 
Bishop of Ely 1454-78. Edward Grey. Bishop of 
Hereford 1832-7. Sir Edward Grey, Werke, and 
Chillingham, V. Grey, Bart. Grey, Mor- 
wick, Chillingham and Berwick, Northumber- 
land. Grey, Norton, co. Durham. Horton. 
Powis. RiDELL, Middlesex. Sir William 
Bydell,!*. Wallace, Johnstone, Scotland. 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. arg. a 
dexter baton sa. Le bastard Grey, R, 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. 
of the second charged with eight thistles .... 
Gray, Dingwall, Pursuivant 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. of 
the second pelletty. Henry Murdac, Arch- 
bishop of York 114753. 

Gu. a lion ramp, crowned arg. within a bordure 
engr. of the last, ^oubray, Cookaimy, co. Fife. 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure indented arg. 
Merks. Mert. Sir William RYDELL,L,/raW.Jf/Sf." 
6137, or Ridel, N, or Rydel, O, or Ridell, Y, 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure indented arg. 
a baton az. Sir Thomas Gray, M, 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure * cersele' arg. 
Monsire William Ridell, Y, 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. a bordure wavv of the 
second charged with eight mullets of the first 
Wallace, Auchans. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure az. 
Wallace, Ireland, 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure * cersele' 
or. Monsire Thomas de Grey, Y. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
of the last and az. Wallace, Eldersly. 
Wallace, Barnn Wallaco. Wallace, Perth, 
Scotland. Wallis. Wessinoton. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
of the second and or. Chamon or Chahond. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
of the last and sa. Nerhont or Nernewte. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. 
compony of the last and sa. Carrell. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
of the last and sa. bezanty. Gray, Middlesex. 
Gray, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
or and az. John Channon, Colthoop, Y, 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
or and sa. Mowbray, oo. York. 

Gu. flory and a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure 
engr. erm. Robert Gray, Bishop of Bristol 
1827-34. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure or semy 
of annulets sa. Madoc ap Maenyrch. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure or charged 
with eight 5-foils of the first Dunbar. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. or. 
Sir Christopher de Bourne, R, Thomas Gray, 
Heton, y. Marks. Joan de Merc, E, Harl, 
MS, 6137, but Mere, J5, Harl MS. 6689. 
Merks, Essex. Merke, V, 



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BEAST. I^OH betw. or wittun .... cont, 

Bordnro cont. 
Go. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordare flory or. 

Lodge, London and co. Salop. 
Go. a lion rarap. arg. within a bordure indented 

or. Meeke, Essex. Sire Johan de Merk, N, 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within a bordure 

engr. of the last. Espeke, eo. Lancaster. 

Gabnett, CO. Lancaster. Garnett, Nantwicb, 

1730. Gerkett. Grange or Grancey. Sir 

Henry Grange, alias Garnett» V, Green, 

Samford, Essex. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordnre quarterly 

first and fourth of the second charged with 

three roses of the first second and third vert. 

Dunbar, Edinburgh. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Ganford. Granford, F*. Grandford, V. 

Sir John Merkes, Essex, temp. Edward I, V. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure Tert. 

Oxenbridge. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. dueally crowned or within a 

bordure vert an escallop of the second. 

OXENBRIO, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordnre vert 

charged with eight escallops of the second. 

OxiNBRiOGE, Hampshire; Visitation 1634. 

Sir Godard Oxenbrige, V, 
Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed erm. within a 

bordure engr. arg. Obey, Tbrandeston, 

Suffolk. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. erm. 

RiDELL, Middlesex. 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, or within a bordure arg. 

Thompson, London. 
Gu. a Uon ramp, or within a bordure arg. 

EvERARD, Bishop of Norwich 1121-45. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or on a bend az. three wool- 
packs of the second within a bordure arg. 

charged with eight roses of the field. Dunbar, 

Machremore, Scotland. 
Gu. a lion ramp or within a bordure engr. arg. 

Grey, Scotland. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure indented 

arg. RiDELL, CO. Lancaster and Westmoreland. 

Rydell, V, 
Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure inveoked 

arg. Griffin. 
Gu. a lion ramp, with one head and two bodies 

or crowned az. within a bordure arg. Kellam. 
Gu. a lion guard, crowned with two bodies ramp. 

counter-ramp, or within a bordnre arg. James 

Kellam, V, 
Gu. a lion pass, (another ramp.) or within a 

bordure compony az. and arg. Hombubo, Z, 

871. 
Gu. a lion ramp, supporting a pastoral staff or 

within a bordure compony of twelve pieces of 

the second and first charged with as many 

crowns counterchanged. Louis de Luxemburgh, 

Archbishop of Rouen, Bishop of Ely 1438-43. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure compony of 

the last and sa. Nermont or Nernbwtb. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure erm. 

Fakeron, Falcron, or Fallcron. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure engr. 

erminois. Talbot, Baron Talbot de Ma- 

lahide. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or armed and langued az. 

holding in the dexter paw a scimitar arg. 

within a bordure gu. Scrymgeor, Kirktonn, 

Scotland. And with a martlet for diff., 

Scrymgeor, Dundee, Scotland.. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within. . . ,cont. 
Bordare 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure or. Gret, 
Lord of Powys. Montgomery. Talbot, co. 
Gloucester. 

Gu. a lion ramp, supporting a curtel-axe between 
the paws within a bordure or. Norwey. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure of the last 
charged with eight roses of the first. Dukbab, 
Mochrum, co. Wigton, Baronetcy 1094 ; quar- 
tering Randolph. 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. or. 
BoRNB. BowRNE. GwYN. Madoc. The arms 
of Rhys ap Griffith, Prince of S. Wales, as 
descended from Rhys ap Tewdwr Mawr, and 
adopted by Richard Talbot before 1301, in 
right of his mother Gwenllian, daughter and 
heiress of that prince. Powis. Talbot, cq. 
Gloucester; and co. Hereford. Sir Gilbert 
Talbot, co. Gloucester, temp. Edward 111, V. 
Talbot, Goderich Castle; and Blackroere, Z, 
242, 448. Sir Gilbert Talbott, L. Richard le 
Talbott, Steward of the King's House, Q. M. 
Richard Talbot, quartering arg. two lions pass, 
in pale gu., S ; or le Sr. de Talbott, T. Le 
Sire de Talbot, Y. Talbot, Castle Talbot; 
and Talbot Hall; derived from Talbot, BaI- 
Ijnamony, co. Wexford, 1686. Richard Talbot, 
Bishop of London 1262. William Talbot, 
Bishop of Oxford 1699-1715. Taijsot, Earl of 
Shrewsbury. And with due diff., Talbot, 
Stonrton Castle, co. Stafford; Bishop of Oxford 
1699*, Salisbury 1715, Durham 1721-30. And 
with a crescent for diff., Chetwynd-TALBOT, 
Earl Talbot. Talbot, Belfast, co. Antrim, 
Bart. And with a mullet within an annulet 
gold for diff., Powell, Brandlesome Hall, co. 
Lancaster; and Stanage Park, co. Radnor; de- 
rived through Powell, Brioknell, co. Salop, 
temp. Elizabeth, from Rhys-ap-Tudor, King of 
South Wales. 

Go. a lion ramp, and a bordure engr. or over all 
a bendlet az. Sir John Talbott, R, 

Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure indented or. 
Dee, Mortlake, Surrey. Evans, Tre Castell, 
Wales. John ap John Grismand. Jones, 
Sunningwell, near Abingdon, CO. Berks; Chas- 
leton, CO. Oxford ; and co. Worcester. Thomas 
ap Llewelyn, last Lord of South Wales; 
descended through Rees or Rhys ap Tewdwr 
Mawr, or the Great, King of South Wales, 
from Cadelh, King of South Wales, second son 
of Rhodri Mawr, King of Wales ; the heiress 
m. Griffith Vychan, Lord of Glyndwrdwy. 
Mortlake, Surrey. Sir Gilbert Talbott; L, 
Harl. MS, 6137, or Talebot, N, 

Gu. a Uon ramp, within a bordure indented or a 
crescent for diff. Francis Dee, Bishop of 
Peterborough 1634-8. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or holding a rose arg. within a 
bordure indented of the second pellety. Lloyd, 
Forest, 1663, in Woking Church. 

Gu. a lion ramp, and a bordure 'reoercele' or. 
Monsire Talbot, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or within a bordure vair. 
Scrimshaws Scrimshire SxBiMSHERi 

Skyrmester or Skrymsher, co. Nottingham; 
Norbury and Aqualate, co. Stafford ; originally 
from Scotland. Skyrmesoure, South Muscham, 
CO. Nottingham, V, Skrymshbre, V, > 

Gyronny of eight arg. and gu. a lion ramp, or 
within a bordure az. charged with eight crosses 
patty of the third. Mathew, London, W. 



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BEAST. UOX betw.erwitUm.... cont. 

Bofdore cont, 
Gjrmny of eight arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gn. 
viUiia a bordore of the last cmsily or. 
Matthew, co. Backinghain. 

QjTooDj of eight ga. and sa. a lion ramp, or 
vithio a bordare az. charged with eight crosses 
croslet gold. Mathew, ThomtoD, co. Bucking- 
ham; and Braddon, co. Northampton; de- 
seended from Sir John BIathew, Lord Mayor 
of London 1400. Mathew, co. Northamp- 
ton, >r. 

Gyronny of eight gu. and sa. a lion ramp, or 
within a bordnie az. charged with eight crosses 
fenny of the third. Matthew, Thomhorough, 
eo. Buckingham ; and Wales. 

Gyrnnoy of eight sa. and gn. a lion ramp. arg. 
within a bordare of the last charged with 
foar crosses eroslet and as many crescents 
of the second alternately. Mathison, Edin- 
burgh. 

GjToooy of eight sa. and gn. a lion ramp. arg. 
within a bordare of the last charged with eight 
crosses croslet of the second. Matheson, 
Baimacara. 

G^nny of eight sa. and gu. a lion ramp. arg. 
within a bordare coonterchanged of the field. 
Mathiesom. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and gn. a lion ramp. arg. 
within a bordare or charged with eight crosses 
eroslet fitchy of the second. Mattison. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and gu. over all a lion ramp, 
or within a bordare az. semy of crosses croslet 
or. Matthew, Brandden, co. Northampton. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and gu. a lion ramp, or 
within a bordare az. charged with as many 
fleurs-de lis gold. Mathew, Lord Mayor of 
London 1490. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and gu. a lion ramp, within 
a bordare or charged with eight crosses croslet 
fitchy of the second. Matthison, Scotland; 
amjirmed 1 October 1639. 

Or a lion ramp, and bordare engr. .... Dee. 

Or a hon ramp, within a bordure az. Jones, 
Dol-yn-Edeiniion, co. Merioneth. 

Or a lion ramp, withhi a bordure engr. az. 
AujjfOTON, London. Chaklet, Master of 
Umrersity College, Oxford. Ollinoton. 

Ora tkm ramp. az. armed and langned arg. within 
a bordare of the seoond entoury of mitres gold. 
William of S. Mary*b.Chuiu}H, Bishop of Lon- 
don 1199-1221. 

Or a Hon ramp. az. within a bordare compony 
arg. and go. Perct, Holdemess, oo. York. 

Or a lion ramp. az. within a bordure gu. 
CucBTov, Cranston, Scotland; descended of 
Frendrangbt. 

Or a lion ramp. az. a bordore 'reoersele' ga. 
MoMire William de Pebct, F. 

Or a lion ramp. az. armed and langned gn. in a 
bordare engr. of the last. Thomas Percv, 
Bishop of Norwich 1350-69. 

Or a tioo ramp. ga. within a bordure az. entoury 
of mitrea of the first. Henry Mabshall, 
Bishop of Exeter 1194-1206. 

Or a Koo ramp. gu. couped in all the joints of the 
int within a bordure az. Maitlaiid, Eooles, 
SeoUand ; a cadet of Lethington. 

Or a lion ramp. go. couped in all the joints of the 
ftrrt within a bordare wary az. Maitland, 
^y*wla nd. And with the bordare charged with 
«igbt graoadoes of the first Maitland, Scot- 



BEAST. IIOH betw. or within .... cont. 

Bordure cont 
Or a lion ramp. gu. couped in all the joints of the 

first within a bordure chequy arg. and az. 

Maitland, Gight; and Pitritchie, Scotland; 

descended from Maitland of Thirlestane. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure compony 

arg. and az. Bodiham. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure compony of 

the second and arg. Obey, Lord of Powis. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure compony of 

the first and second charged with eight bezants. 

Lacy, co. York. 
Or a lion ramp, within a bordure gpi. Maloby. 

Talbot, Ireland, V. 
Ora lion ramp. gu. within a bordure of the second 

charged with eight roses arg. Spens, Lathal- 

lan, CO. Fyfe ; quartering Campbell, 1302. 
Or a lion ramp, couped in all the joints of the 

first within a bordure embattled gu. Maitland, 

Dandrennan, co. Kirkcudbright; quartering 

arg. the ruins of an old abbey on a piece of 

ground ppr. 
Or a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. gu. 

DuNREAD or Dunhed. And with a crescent for 

difi*., PoHEBOT or Pomeby, CO. Devon ; and St. 

Columb, Cornwall. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked within a bordure gu. 

Maloby, London ; and co. Cambridge. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked gu. collared gold 

within a bordure of the second. Malloby, 

Lord Mayor of London 1564. 
Or a lion ramp, guard, tail forked gu. collared 

arg. within a bordure of the second. Malloby, 

Lord Mayor of London 15^4. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. 

Bonnett. St. Clebe. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. bezanty. 

BacheTjK. Ba8HETT,F*. Bebsis. BEYSissor 

Bestis. SirJohnSt.CLEEBE, r. St. Clebe, F*. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. crowned az. a bordure sa. 

bezsnty. Hameris Beices, A, 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure embattled 

sa. Bbunet. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Fbene, Nene-Sollers, oo. Salop ; and the Bower, 

oo. Worcester, temp. Edward III. M. John 

PoMEBAY, S, Henry de la Pombbeyb, Y, 

POMEBEY or POMMEBOY. PoifEBOY, CO. DoYOU ; 

and CO. Worcester. Pomeby, Tregny, Corn- 
wall. PoMEBY, V, POMMEBOY, K*. SPBNCE, 

Shetland. And with a label of three points 

arg. Fitz- Pomeby. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. holding in the dexter paw an 

apple ppr. witfcon a bordure engr. sa. Pomeboy, 

Ireland. Pombboy, Viscount Harberton. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

charged with four buckles ppr. Spence, Shet- 
land; granted 1788. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

charged with eight crosses patty arg. Pomeboy, 

Epping ; granted .... 
Or semy of crosses croslet fitchy sa. a lion ramp. 

gu. within a bordure engr. of the second. 

Adams, Charlton Adam, co. Somerset; and 

Bowdon, CO. Devon. 
Or a lioQ ramp, crowned gu. a bordure indented 

sa. M. John de Gaube, D. 
Or a lion ramp, guard, gu. armed and langned az. 

within a bordure indented sa. Pomebai, Berie- 

Pomerai, co. Devon, temp. Henry I. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. collared q^ a bordure vert 

besanty. Richard Talbot, C 

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BEAST. LIOH betw. or within cont, 

Bordnre cont. 
Or a lion ramp, regnard. pean witliin a bordure 

.... bezanty. Bacbe, Stanton, co. Derby ; the 

heiress ni. Thorahill. 
Or a lion ramp, reguard. {ta. within a bordnre 

engr. conipony arg. and az. .John, great 

grandson of Griffith Goch took 169a the name 

of Jones, Llanio, co. Cardigan. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure ga. Gobnat, 

Baldwin de Flandhes, A^ Harl, MS, 6137, fo. 

97. Robert de Gourney, B, Sir William de 

GoRNAY, temp. Edward I, V, Torney or 

Tourney, C«nby, co. Lincoln. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure gu. bezanty. 

Pickering. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure engr. gu. 

Flanders. Baldwin de Fiandres, ^1. 
Or a lion ramp, within a bordure sa. charged with 

crosses croslet of the field. St. Clere. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. in the dexter forepaw a heart 

gu. within a bordure of the second charged 

with a double tres«ure flory counterflory of the 

first. Buchanan ; quartering Cross. 
Or crusily fitchy a lion ramp, within a bordnre sa. 

Adams. 
Or a lion ramp. sn. collared and chained of the 

first within a bordure of the second charged 

with eight crosses croslet gold. Phillipps, 

Longworth, co. Hereford; descended like 

Phillipps, Bryngw>n, co. Hereford, through 

Phillipps, Huntington; Eaton Bishop and 

Lower Eaton, CO. Hereford ; from Owen, younger 

brother of John Phillipps, Kilgainvain in Dis- 

serth, CO. Radnor, 1595. 
Or a lion ramp, within a bordure vert. Charlet, 

Hill more, co. Worcester. 
Pdly of eight gu. and sa. a lion ramp, within a 

bordure nebuly or. Griffith, Bangor, co. 

Carmarthen. 
]*er bend arg. and or a lion ramp. sa. within 

a bordure compony of the first and gu. 

Philip. 
Per bend sinister arg. and sa. a lion ramp, conn- 

terchanged within a bordnre compony gu. and 

or. Richard HarpeiA, co. Derby, Justice of 

the Common Pleas, 1572, W, Harper, Swarles- 

ton, CO. Derby. 
Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 

or within a bordure gu. Madoc Li.wyd, living 

1350. 
Per bend erm. and ermines a lion ramp, within a 

bordure engr. or. Edwards, Prestbury, co. 

Gloucester. 
Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 

within a bordure ener. or. Edwards, co. 

Bedford; London; and Bristol, co. Somerset. 

Jones or Johnes, Grothkenan, co. Denbigh. 
Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 

within a bordnre invecked or. Edwards, co. 

Bedford: Bristol, co. Somerset ; and London. 
Per bend sinister erm. and ermines a lion ramp. 

or within a bordure engr. per bend sinister arg. 

and sa. Jones, Archdeacon of Hereford, ob. 

18-^8. 
Per bend sinister erm. and erminois a lion ramp. 

or within a bordure gu. Lloyd, Leaton Knolls, 

on. Salop; descended through Madoc Lloyd, 

Lord of Chirkland, from Tudor Trevor. 
Per bend or and arg. a lion ramp. sa. within a 

bordure compony purp. and of the second. 

Bubnbll, V*, Phiup. Phillip. Sir David 

PnnxTPP, V. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or witliiii .... cont, 

Bordoro cont. 
Per bend sinister sa. and arg. a lion ramp, conn- 

terchanged within a bordure engr. go. Tanat, 

Blodwell, CO. Salop. 
Per chief az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. gu. 

within a bordure compony of the second and 

sa. charged with escallops counterchanged. 

ASTON. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, within a bor- 
dure counterchanged. Bowell, Berry Court, 
CO. Hants; granted 13 Dec. 1662. Phillipe de 
Ferne, a, but Cfjine, Ay Earl. MS. 6137, fo. 
95, and E, but Oerue, E, Harl, MS. 6137. 
Ferne. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, counterchanged 
within a bordure or. CERNE,Malcombe Horsey. 

Per fess arg. and or a lion ramp, per fess gu. and 
az. all within a bordure compony of the second 
and third. Harper, Walton, co. Lancaster; 
confirmed to John Harper, Alderman of Lon- 
don, by Segar. Harper ; quartering Strachey 
and Koberts ; quaitered by Shepherd. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a lion ramp, counterchanged 
within a bordure compony or and gu. Harper, 
London. 

Per fess gu. and az. a lion ramp, within a bor- 
dure or. Philips, Tenterden, Kent. 

Per fess indented or and arg. a lion ramp. sa. 
within a bordure gu. charged with eight plates. 
Thomas Burnell, London, V. BnRNELL,Beau. 
chieff Abbey, co. Derby ; and Winkboume Hall, 
CO. Nottingham ; quaitering Pegge. Burnell, 
in Roihwell Church, 1718 and 1780. Phillip. 

Per fess or and gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure 
embattled counterchanged. Middleton, Kill 
Hill, Scotland. 

Per fess or and gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure 
indented counterchanged. if iddleton, Essex. 

Per fess or and gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure 
nebuly counterchanged. Middleton, Clerk 
Hill, Scotland. 

Per fess sa. and arg. a lion ramp, counterchanged 
within a bordure engr. gu. Green, F. Oremb, 
T*"*. Grken, Essex. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a lion ramp. gu. within a 
bordure engr. counterchanged. Champneys, 
Hall Place and Osteuhanger, Kent; descended 
through Sir John Champness or Champneys, 
Lord Mayor of London 1534 ; from Champneys, 
Orchardleigh ; the heiress m. 1767, Burt or 
Byrte. Champneis, Kent, V. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a lion ramp, guard, gu. with- 
in a bordure engr. counterchanged. Chahpnstb, 
Puddle Town, co. Dorset. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a lion ramp, within a bor- 
dure gu. and or. Chaupnsy. 

Per pale az. and gu. over all a lion pass, guard, 
holding a crosier enfiled with a mitre or all 
within a bordure arg. charged with eight text 
B's sa. Cluniao Priory and Abbey at 

Bbrmondsey, Surrey. 

Per pale erm. and az. a lion ramp, counter- 
changed within a bordure sa. bezanty. Marks. 

Per pale erm. and az. a lion pass. gu. within a 
bordure engr. of the last charged with fleurs- 
de-lis or. Bioos, Little Langford, and Stock- 
ton, CO. Wilts. 

Per pale erm. and az. a lion pass. gu. crowned or 
within a bordnre engr. of the third charged 
with eight fleurs-de-Us of the fourth. Bioo, 
Benendon, Kent; Haines Hill, co. Berks ; and 
Chilton FoUyatt, co. Wilts. Bioos, London. 



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BEAST. UOHbetw. or within. .,eont, 

Bordure eont. 

Par pale gu. and az. a lion pass, guard, holding 
in bis dexter paw a crosier erect enfiled with 
a mitre or all within a bordure arg. charged 
with eight B's sa. Claniao Prioiy and Abbey 
at BsBMoxDSET, Sorrej. 

Par pale or and na. a lion ramp. gu. within a bor- 
dure eogr. couoterehanged. Champnbys, Or- 
ehardlejr, co. Somerset, Bart. 

Quaiterlj gu. and or in the first a lion pass. arg. 
within a bordure compony of the last and az. 
(but ?) Masst, Alford, co. Chester. 

Qojiiterij gu. and sa. a lion ramp, collared arg. 
within a bordure of the last charged with six- 
teen torteaux and ogresses altemat^y. Ayloffe, 
00. Wilts and co. Dorset, V*. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. depressed by a baton corn- 
pony or and gu. within a bordure of the second. 
BaowvE, CO. Chester, W, 

Sa. a lion ramp, and a bordure eng^. arg. with a 
crescent. . . . Wastenets, Bamborough 

Church. CO. York. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. on a 
bordure of the second charged with eight d-foils 
BHpped of the field. Clifton. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or on a bordure of 
the second eight annulets of the first. Sir 
Heniy de Malton, F. 

Sa. a lion salient arg. within a bordure of the 
second depressed by a baton compony or and 
gu. Bbowke, F*. 

Sa. semy of crosses croslet a lion ramp. arg. with- 
in a bordure cbequy or and gu. Long. 

Sa. a Kon ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
of the second and first. Lewes, co. Glamorgan. 
Nerscrotk. Nebkbwt, F. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. dncally crowned or within a 
bordure compony of the second and first. 
Nkksewt, F*. 

Sa. a lion salient arg. armed and langued gu. 
within a bordure compony of the first and se- 
cond. ICXWOBTH. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. a bend compony gu. and of 
the second within a bordure of the last. 
Baowvx, London. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or within a bor- 
dure engr. gu. Sbosaye, CO. Leicester. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. and a bordure or charged 
with eight &-foils az. Best. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. or. 
Gethin Tedwdbo; descended from David Qooh, 
Lord of Penmachno. Griffith ap David Goch, 
hvtng 1284. Lloyd, Esdusham and Du- 
lasea; derived from David Goch ap David, 
Lord of Penmachno, said to be a son of David 
ap Griffith, the last Prince of North Wales ; 
the heirs m. Conway, Owen, and Ravenscroft. 

Sa. flory or a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned 
and holdaMg in tjie dexter forepaw a sword 
erect ppr. lUl within a bordure Wavy of the se- 
cond. Phillipps, Middle Hill, co. Worcester ; 
Barooetey 1 September 1821. 

Sa. a lion ramp, or within a bordure erm. 
LiVBRSs. LoHDBES. Sr de Loumdrbs, F. 

Sa. a Boo ramp, or within a bordure engr. erm. 
LorNDRXs, V, 

Sa. a lioo ramp, within a bordure engr. or. Flint. 
Harper, Kent. 

Vert a Uon ramp, within a bordure engr. arg. 
GR4T,Bishopwearmouth, CO. Durham. Hbyton, 
F. Hbtos, F. Thomas de Heeton, and in 
fflargio Grey de Hetom, X, Thomas Gray ,,,,Y. 



BEAST. UOV betw. or within .... coftt. 
Bordure cont. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. 
within a bordure engr. of the second. Hume, 
Kimmerghame, Scotland ; quartering Polworth 
and Sinclair. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure compony 
or and az. Washington, co. York. 

Vert a Uon ramp. arg. within a bordure erm. 
Hume, Crossrig, and Lenhouse, Scotland ; quar- 
tering Blackadder. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure or. Home, 
Ford. 

Vert a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure or charged 
with nine fountains or wells ppr. Home, 
Whitfield, Scotland; quartering Pepdie and 
Caimoross; derived like Home or Hume, Nine- 
wells, Berwick ; through Home, Tynninghame, 
ftrom Home, Dunglass, ob. 1424. 

Vert a lion ramp, guard, with two bodies ramp, 
counter-ramp, or within a bordure engr. arg. 
Atwaler, F* Atwater, F. 

Vert a lion ramp, within a bordure or. Wichb or 
Wythe, Droitwich, co. Worcester. 

Vert a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. or. 
Norton. 
BnoUei 

Gu. a liun pass, guard, arg. betw. three buckles 
or. Gaynsford or Gaynsforth. 
Caitlei 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. in chief two castle^} triple 
towered and in base a scaling ladder arg. a bor- 
dure or charged with four roses gu. and as 
many spear heads sa. alternately. James, 
Presteign. 

CheM-rookt. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. royally crowned or 
betw. two chess-rooks in chief sa. and a cup in 
base gold jessant a flame ppr. a bordure az. 
Ooit.viE, Ruthven, Scotland. 
Chief 

Per fess or and arg. in chief a lion ramp, holding 
in the paw a cross forroy fitchy gu. a chief sa. 
in base a cross formy fitchy erm. surmounted 
by a fieur-de-lis of the fourth. Vaworey, Rid- 
dings, CO. Chester. 
on a Chief 

Or a lion pass. gu. on a chief az. three be- 
zants in base three bars wavy sa. Hankins, 
Greenhouse, co. Glouce^iter ; quartering 
Machen. 

Per saltire az. and gyronny of eight or and sa. 
in chief a wounded lion couchant arg. pierced 
by a spear behind gu. his head resting on a 
shield gyronny of eight as above on a chief 
gu. within a bordure arg. the white horse of 
Hanover between two eastern gold crowns in 
base a holly bush or surmounted by a crook 
and bugle horn saltirewise silver. Burnes; 
descended from Campbell, Bumhouse. 
Comba 

Az. a lion pass, guard, betw. three combs or. 
Company of Combmakers, London. 
Coronets 

Az. a lion pass, or betw. three crowns arg. 
North. 

Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three mural crowns or« 

" Waj<thew, Deptford, Kent; granted lull. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three ducal coronets or and 
two fiaunches erm. Kino, Exeter; granted 

leoi. 

Arg. a lion couchant az. betw. four ducal ooroneU 
gu. Buttekwobth, CO. Lancaster. 



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BEAST. LIOH betw. or within .... eont. 

Crescent 
Per chev. embattled az. and sa. a lion ramp, with 

in chief a cresceut and in base a mullet or. 

Dbwpobt. 
Creicenti 
Per chev. engr. gu. and erm. in chief a demi-lion 

ramp. arg. betw. two crescents or. Dares, 

Loddon, Norfolk. 
Per chev. engr. gu. and erm. in chief a demi-lion 

ramp. betw. two crescents or. Dirres. 
Arg. a lion pass, guard, betw. in chief two crescents 

and in base a 5-foil gu. Ooxlyt, Banff, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. in chief two crescents 

enclosed by as many pierced mullets sa. in 

base three of the last gu. Dyson, V*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. in chief two crescents 

sa. enclosed by as many mullets pierced of six 

points in base three of the last as the second 

over all a fess az. Sr Dyson, Ireland, V; 

but DiLON, HarL MS. 1392, fo. 146. 
Arg. a lion pass. betw. three crescents... • 

COVENAUOH. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. betw. three crescents gu. 
Darb. 

Arg. a lion pass. betw. three crescents gn. 
DiiiLONf Ireland. Dillon, Lismullen, co. 
Meath ; Baronetcy 81 July 1801 ; quartering 
Dillon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents g^. over 
all a fess az., incorrectly a pale, and ascribed to 
Dillwyn or DiLWYN. Dillon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents each of 
the la«it enclosing an estoile gu. over all a bar 
(another a fess ) az. Dillon, Earl of Roscom- 
mon. DiixoN, Chimwell, co. Northampton. 
Dillon, Proudston and Skreen, co. Meath, 
Ireland ; granted by Francis, Emperor of Ger- 
many, 22 Aug. 1767. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, betw. three crescents 
each of the last enclosing an estoile gu. over 
all a bar (another a fess) az. Dillon, Ireland. 

Arg. a lion salient betw. three crescents each of 
the last enclosing an estoile gu. over all a bar 
(another a fess) az. Dillon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents gu. each 
of the last enclosing an estoile sa. over all a bar 
(another a fess) az. Dillon, Baron Clonbrock. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, sa. betw. three crescents 
gu. Brownbioo. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, sa. betw. three crescents 
gu. in the dexter forepaw a sword ppr. hilt 
and pomel or entwined by a serpent vert. 
Brownriog, Baronetcy 9 March 1816. 

Az. a lion pass. betw. three crescents arg. 
Cavanaoh. 

Gu. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents arg. 
Letster, V*. Salisbury, Manchester and 
Wales. 

Gu. a lion salient arg. crowned or betw. three 
crescents of the second. Salisbxtry, F*. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or betw. 
three crescents of the last Salisbury, Barn- 
staple, CO. Devon. Thomas 'Salisbury, co. 
Denbigh, V, John SALUSBtrRY, Lleweny, co. 
Denbigh, ob.l289: Baronetcy 10 November 1619, 
extinct 23 May 1 684 ; from whom descended the 
branches at Euloe, co. Flint; Horton ; Llan- 
rhaiadr Hall, co. Denbigh, the heiress m. Lloyd; 
Leadbroke, co. Flint ; Denbigh, the heiress m. 
Williams; R(ig, co. Merioneth, and Bachymbid, 
eo. Denbigh, quartering levan ap Howel Lord 
of Rug-yn-Kdeimion, co. Merioneth, a heircbs 



BEAST. UOV betw. or within .... cont. 

Crescents cont, 
m. Bagot; Saethmarchog, eo. Merioneth, quar- 
tering John ap Rees descended firom Rees ap 
Ievan Baron of Kymmer-yn-£deimion ; Mask- 
adem ; Llanrwst, co. Caernarvon ; Bachegraig, 
CO. Denbigh, the heiress m. Thrale and Piozzi ; 
Llanwem, co. Monmouth, Baronetcy 4 May 
1795, descended from Salusbuby, Plas y-Ward, 
CO. Denbigh ; and Erbistock, co. Flint. John 
Salisbury, Suffragan Bishop of Thetford, 
Bishop of Durham, 1570-8. 

Gu. a lion ramp, double tailed arg. dnoally crowned 
or betw. three crescents of the lusL Sausbubt, 
Catanger, co. Somerset. 

Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. three crescents arg. 
Salusbuby, Barnstaple, co. Devon; ViiUation 
1620. 

Or a lion ramp. betw. three crescents gtu 
Gallano. 

Or a lion ramp, per fess az. and gn. betw. t^ree 
crescents of the second. Geoffi-ey Blythe, 
Bishop of Lichfield, etc., 150a^]. 

Or a lion ramp, (salient F*.) per fess az. and gu. 
betw. three crescents per pale as the last. 
Blythe, Blythe, co. Lincoln, V, 

Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. betw. 
three crescents of the last all within a double 
treasure flory counterflory of the second. 
Whannell, CO. Ayr; granted 4 Aug. 1778. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp. betw. three 
crescents counterchanged. Cayenaoh. 

Sa. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. betw. three cres- 
cents of the second. Kino. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. four creseento each en- 
closing an estoile gu. over all a bar (another a 
fess) az. Dillon, Newton Farrers, Bratton, 
Chimwell, Wrougbton, and Hart, co. Devon ; 
and Farthingoe, co. Northampton. 

Gu. a lion ramp, between Ave crescents arg. two 
two and one. Letster, V, 

Gu. a lion ramp, guard, and an orle of eight 
crescents arg. Beaumont, V, 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of crescents gu. 
Skynner, Boston and Thornton, co. Lincoln. 

Gu. a lion ramp, and an orle of crescents arg. 
Sr. Thomas Beamont, Q. And with a label of 
three points or. Sir Thomas Beauuont the 
younger, Q. 

Gu. a lion ramp. arg. langued and armed az. 
within an orle of crescents of the second. 
Beaumont, Whitley Beaumont, co. York ; de- 
rived Arom Sir William de Bellomont, 1298 ; 
Baronetcy 1628. Beaumont, Oaks in Darton, 
and Bretton Hall, co. York. Sir Thomas 
Beaumont, Q, Harl. MS, 6595. And with a 
label of three poin t s or. Sir Thomas Beaumont 
the younger, Q, Harl. MS. 0595. 
Oroaset 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. murall^ crowned or and two 
crosses croslet fitcliy in pale betw. two piles is- 
suing from the dexter and sinister chief sa. 
each pile charged ivith three crosses croslet 
fitchy of the third. Levett, Milford, co. Staf- 
ford; derived through Sir Richard Levett, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1700; from Levett, 
Savemake. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained 
gold betw. in chief two crosses croslet fitchy go. 
and in base an escallop gu. Phillips. 

.... a lion ramp. .... betw. in chief two crosses 
moline and in base a fleur-de-lis .... Huddart, 
Brynkir, co. Carnai'von. 



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BEAST. LIOVlMtw.orwitliiB....c<mt 

GroMM eoftt, 
Aig. a hum rmmp. betw. three crosses croslet 

iiiehy as. within an orle gu. M^Clkish, Mary- 

itld, Scotland, 
lig.a lion pMS. betw. three crosses patty gu. 

DzroHTos. 
Aig. a Hon pass. betw. three crosses fbrmy fitohy 

go. DioHTON, Hostow, CO. lincoln ; London ; 

aod Worcester. 
Arg.ahoa ramp. betw. three crosses croslet fitohy 

giL Bowixm, Kingsp^^ley or Kniper8ley» co. 

Staibrd, Baronetcy II September 1660, extinct 

1701 ; the hens m. Adderley, Gresley, Oldfield, 

Ballot, and Port. 
Arj. a Son ramp. betw. three crosses patty fitchy 

gv. Waxx*. 
iig. a UoQ ramp. go. betw. three crosses croslet 

filchy aa. P&ltt, Ireland. 
Aig. a lion ramp. sa. betw. three crosses croslet 

fiiehy gn. Bowteb, Knipersley, co. Stafford. 

Aig. a bee ramp. betw. three crosses croslet sa. 

and 13 many escallops gu. Kin&, Pyrland 

HalL eo. Somerset ; quarterly with Meade. 

Aif. a fion ramp. betw. three crosses croslet 

tothj la. a bordure engr. az. charged with four 

Qwses croslet fitchy and as many fleurs-de-lis 

or ahemateJy. Lewtt, Wiehnor Park, co. 

Staflbrd. 
Az. a boo ramp, or betw. three crosses croslet 

fitehy arg. Ayleway, Taunton, co. Gloucester. 
Az. a boo ramp. betw. three crosses croslet or. 

JOXDOS. 

Erau a boo pass. betw. three crosses formy fitchy 

^^ DiGHTosr, CO. Hertford. 
Ga. a bon ramp. betw. three crosses croslet 

fitchy vg. Capbl. 
Gn. them ramp. arg. betw. three crosses croslets 

Btc^j or. Capbl, Earls of Essex. 
Ga. a lioii pass, guard, betw. three crosses croslet 

or. Bbcis, V. Thomson, V, Thomson ; 

^•artering or a fess betw. three martlets sa. 
Oo. a UoB rarap. betw. three crosses croslet 

fecby or. Capel or Capell, Lord Mayor of 

LoDdoo, 1503, 1500. Arthur Lord Gapel, 

Uadbam, co. Hertford, Z, 366, 530. Sir Giles 

Capeu., V. Capel Coninosby, Earl of Essex ; 

foarteriog gn. three conies arg. 
Ga. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses patty or. 

Cao^THWAiTE, Ireland. 
Gils tion salient betw. three crosses botonny 

fiteby or. SapbIm 
Or a lion ramp. betw. three crosses croslet fitchy 

fi. M^Ibtosb or Macintosh, England. 
Or a boo ramp. betw. three crosses moline 

'xmetimes patonce) gu. Francis Turner, 

ftibop of Boobeater, 1683; of Ely, 1684-01. 
Or a laott ramp. sa. betw. three crosses formy 

fitaby at the foot gu. Fubsland, W, Eur5!Lano 

« FrasTiAND, Biekington, co. DcTon ; Viiita- 

««osl020. 
^ a Hon pass. betw. three crosses formy sa. 

fi«ut, WUby. SuiTolk. 
Or a Bon ramp. aa. betw. three crosses croslet 

^ the aecood. Mathxw, Trevor, and 

Ueveuuy Green, eo. Denbigh; descended from 

LtaadaC 
Or a ben nnp. Tcrt betw. three orosses croslet 

*•• SiTTTOK, London ; and co. Stafford. 
^f feat daneet^ or and arg. a lion ramp. az. in 
^^ an ogresa betw. two crosses croslet gu. and 
>B Wa a crws cronlet of the last betw. two 
^Q«t». Beckman, London. 



BEAST. UOK betw. or within .... conU 

CroBiei cont. 
Quarterly gu. and sa. a lion ramp. betw. three 

crosses patty or within a bordure arg. charged 

with eight torteaux. Atuffb, Skeres, co. 

Hants. 
Quarterly gu. and sa. a lion ramp. betw. three 

crosses formy fitchy at the foot or. Golshill 

or CoLSBLL, Kent. 
Quarterly gu. and sa. a lion ramp, or collared .... 

(f az. mane erect) betw. three crosses formy 

fitchy •...within a bordure arg. charged with 

sixteen torteaux and ogresses alternately. 

Thomas Ayloff, Kent, W, AfLorr^, Kent ; 

and CO. Wilts. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. collared gu. betw. three 

crosses patty or. Ileff, Newington Butts. 
Sa. a lion ramp, barry of seven (another eight) 

arg. and gu. (anotheV of the first) betw. as 

many crosses croslet as the second. Cistercian 

Abbey De YaiJiB-Crucis, co. Denbigh. 
Sa. a lion ramp. erm. betw. three crosses croslet 

fitchy or. Kino. 
Sa. a Hon ramp. erm. (or ermincns) betw. three 

crosses patty fitchy or. Kmo, Belle- Yue, Kent, 

Baronetcy 18 July 1702. 
Sa. a lion ramp, guard, erm. betw. three crosses 

patty fitchy at the foot or. Kino, Bromley, Kent. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses croslet or. 

Kino, Umber&lade, co. Warwick. Kino, Hun- 
grill, CO. York. Walker Kino, Bishop of Bo- 

Chester, 1809-27. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses patty or. 

Atloffb, in Chobham Church, Surrey, 

1570-90. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses formy fitchy 

or. Kino; j/ranted 1611. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or armed and langued gu. betw, 

three crosses croslet of the second. John Kino, 

Bishop of London, 1611-21. Henry Kino 

Bishop of Chichester, 1641-69. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or collared gu. betw. three crosses 

formy of the second. Atloffb, Braxted 

Magna, Essex ; Framfield, Sussex; and Suffolk. 

Atlkff, Bretaines, Essex, V, Ayloffe, F*. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or ducally crowned arg. betw. 

three crosses croslet of the second. Kino, co. 

Devon; and Towcester, co. Northampton. 

Naunton. 
Sa. a lion ramp, or crowned arg. betw. three 

crosses croslet fitchy of the second. King. 
Sa. a lion ramp, ducally crowned betw. three 

crosses croslet or. Kmo. Bobert Kino, Bishop 

of Oxford, 1542-57. John Kino, Bishop of 

London, 1611-21. 
Sa. a lion ramp, ducally crowned or armed and 

langued gu. betw. three crosses croslet of the 

second. King. 
Sa. a lion ramp, guard, or collared gu. betw. 

three crosses of the second. Atloffb. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. four crosses patonce 

vair two and two. Raison. Beason, K. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. four crosses patty vair. 

Reson or Beason. 
Gu. a lion salient or betw. four crosses patonce 

vair. Beason, V*, 
Gu. a lion pass, per pale or and arg. betw. four 

crosses croslet of the last. Asteix, co. Hunt* 

ingdon; Everton, co. Bedford; and London; 

quartering Thornton and Godin. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. four crosses croslet arg^ 

and two flaunches of the last charged each 

with a cross croslet of the field. Long. 



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BEAST. UOV betw. w within .... cont. 

CrotMf cont, 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. five crosses oroslet fitchy 

gu, Brett, co. Somerset. 
On. a lion ramp. betw. five crosses croslet fitchy 

or. Deiawabe. 
Or a lion ramp, guard, betw. five crosses oroslet 

fitchy gu. Bbbtt, Kent. 
Arg. a lion pass, reguard. coward sa. betw. six 

crosses croslet fitchy gu. Hinoham. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. six crosses oroslet 

fitchy gu. Phelps. 
Arg. a lion pass, reguard. betw. six crosses patty 

fitchy sa. Hizam. 
Arg. a lion pass, reguard. coward betw. six crosses 

patty fitchy sa. Hioham, Kent; buried at 

Canterbuiy, V, Hizham, V, Hizam, F*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. six crossos croslet fitchy 

sa. Hauteyille ; qutirtered by Groove. 
Az. a lion pass, guard, arg. betw. six crosses croslet 

or. Astlet. 
Gu. a lion coucbant betw. six crosses croslet arg. 

three and three. Keraeys Ttnte, Halsewell 

or Hatswell in Goathurst, co. Somerset ; quar- 
tering Ualswell and Wharton. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. six crosses croslet fitchy 

arg. Henry Wabe, Bishop of Chichester 1418-20. 
Gu. a lion pass, g^^ard. arg. crowned or betw. six 

crosses croslet of the last. Sr. Gerard de 

Lisle, K. 
Per bend sinister sa. and arg. a lion ramp. betw. 

six crosses croslet counterchanged. Lonoe. 
Sa. a lion pass. arg. crowned or betw. six crosses 

croslet of the second. Chastelon. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed betw. 

seven crosses croslet gu. Sr. Giles Brews, 

Essex, temp. Edward III, V, 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses croslet fitchy 

arg. Brewes. 
Az. a lion pass, guard, arg. betw. seven crosses 

croslet or. Astelet, V, 
Az. a lion pass, guard, betw. seven crosses croslet 

or. Ahtley. 
^ . . . (gu. ?) a lion ramp. arg. betw. seven crosses 

oroslet fitchy .... (7 of the second). Sr. John 

de la Warre, temp. Edward 1, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp, coward tail elevated over the 

back arg. betw. seven crosses croslet fitchy or. 

Tytemaroh, V. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. seven crosses croslet arg. 

Sir William de la Warre, R. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses croslet fitchy 

or. Sr. William de Brus, J, 
Or a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses croslet fitchy 

gu. Brett, Kent V. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked betw. seven crosses 

croslet gu. Sr. Robert Yenour, co. Lincoln, 

temp. Edward III, V. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses oroslet sa. 

Ardenn, V, Ardern, V. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. betw. seven 

crosses croslet fitchy or. Bramtot, V, 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses croslet arg. 

Sir Geff'rey Watevile or Watervile,I«. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. seven crosses croslet fitchy 

arg. Hamtevill, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet 

fitchy az. Lavell or Lovsll, co. Oxford. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. betw. eight crosses croslet 

fitchy gu. Sr. Thomas Momtford, co. York, V, 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. betw. eight crosses croslet 

fitchy gu. and a bordure erm. Montefuut, 

Kcluehurst, co. York, V, 



BEAST. UOV betw. or within coiu. 

OroMM cont, 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses botonny go. 

Yenour, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked betw. eight crosses 

oroslet gu. Sir John Haverimo, oo. Wilts, 

V. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. eight crosses patty 

fitchy sa. Hunter. 
Arg. a lion pass, reguard. coward sa. betw. eight 

crosses oroslet gu. Sr. Henry Bawle, V. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet sil 

Ardtn Ardem or Ardern. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses patty fta. 

BODENFIELO. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet arg. 

Braytoft, V, Sr. Hugh Kinardslt, temp. 

Edward I, V, Loxley, co. Stafford. 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses oroslet 

fitchy arg. Deckles or Dekes. Sr. Robert 

Dekkes, V, 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, betw. eight crosses oroslet 

arg. Sr. Richard Dalton, oo. Lancaster, F. 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet or. 

Brewes, Gower, Wales, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet arg. 

Warre. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet fitchj 

arg. Delaware. Kstercoiibe, co. Somerset. 

HoBURY, F. LAWARDorLAWARRE,£stercombe, 

oo. Somerset ; gratiUd 1756. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued az. 

betw. eight crosses fitchy of the second. 

Delawarr. 
Gu. a lion pass. arg. betw. eight crosses oroslet 

or. Ware. 
Gu. a lion pass. arg. betw. eight crosses oroslet or. 

within a bordure of the last charged with 

ogresses. Ware. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, arg. betw. eight crosses 

croslet or. Asteley, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, arg. armed and langued 

az. betw. eight crosses croslet or. Astlby. 
Gu. a Hon pass, or betw. eight crosses oroslet 

fitchy arg. Hobury. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. eight oroBsea croslet 

fitchy arg. Hobury, F. 
Gu. a Uon ramp. betw. eight crosses oroslet or. 

Sir John Brewse, R, Knell, F. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses oroslet az. 

BoNNELL, Norfork. Bonvile, Norfolk. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. betw. eight crosses pat^ fiteby 

sa. Hunter, Lord Mayor of London, and 

Baronetcy 1812. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet sa. 

Aroyn Ardem or Ardern. Roche. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet fitcby 

sa. within a bordure engr. az. Adams, Bromp- 

ton Kent ; descended from Adams, co. Devoo. 
Or a lion ramp, tail forked and nowed betw. 

eight crosses croslet sa. Sir Piers Brews, co. 

Gloucester, temp. Edward III, F. 
Per pale az. and gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. eight 

croslets or. Syton, co. Salop. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. betw. eight 

crosses croslet arg. Hutchinson, Earl of 

Donoughmore ; quartering Hely and Nixon. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. 

eight crosses croslet or. Hutchinson, Bishops- 

wearmouth, oo. Durham; descended from 

Hutchinson, Cumberland, temp. Charles !• 

Hutchinson, Ireland. Hutchinson, Essex; 

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ISSKSt. lIQiH^«tw. or within.... conf. 

CtWMtcont. 
Per pale fu. and az. a lion ramp. betw. eight 

cfoeses cTosAet or. Hutchikson. 
Porp. a\i<m Tamp, or betw. eight crosses oroslet 

itchy arg. Sr de Tiobmabch, V, 

St. a Uofi pftn. gnard. arg. crowned or betw. 
e^t crosses croslet of the second. Sr. 
Makelon Chateix>n, V, 
Sa. a Iton ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet arg. 
Sir Geoifry Haxtztille, Cornwall, temp. Ed- 
ward n, K. Hakttill. Hekvillb. 
Sa. a Hon ramp. betw. eight crosses patty fitchy 

arg. LiKESLET, IJnesley, co. Lancaster. 
Sa. a lion ramp. erm. betw. eight crosses croslet 

arg. LoKO, co. Wills. 
.\rg. a lion ramp. betw. nine crosses croslet fitchy 

go. Brett, eo. Somerset. 
Arg. a lion pass, regnard. sa. betw. nine crosses 

rroalet gn. Bjlwijs, V*. 
ArjE. a lion ramp. betw. nine crosses croslet sa. 

RicnriKLD, Ash ford, Kent. 
GiLaHon pasa. arg. betw. nine crosses croslet 

or. pEaofixi, V, 
Ga. a fioo ramp. betw. nine crosses patty fitchy 
or. HoPTOK, Hopton. CO. Salop, temp. Stephen. 
Horns, Canon Frome,eo. Hereford; descended 
from Sir Richard Hoptom, Rockbill, and Cher- 
birf , Hring 1 602 ; quartering Hopton. 
Per pale az. and ga. a lion ramp. erm. betw. nine 
ero^tes croslet or. Synge-HuTCHiNsoN, Castle 
Salbh, CO. Wicklow, Baronetcy 1782; qnarter- 
iag Synge, and arg. an eagle displ. with two 
hMdssa. 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. betw. ten crosses croslet 
liAdiy go. within a bordure erml Moumtfobo, 
K^i^Qrst, eo. York. 
Aif.atioQ ramp. betw. ten crosses croslet fitchy 

fB. fiiftrr, Ocle Conrt, near Hereford. 
Aff. a lioQ rarap. tail nowed betw. ten crosses 

eroslH gn. Bbusb, Norfolk. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. ten crosses croslet sa. 

Mmtbipobo. 
Az. a Um ramp. betw. ten crosses croslet or. 



Az. a hon ramp, within an orle of ten crosses 
noslet or a bendlet compony arg. and gn. Sir 
Heary Bbaxokd, F. The bendlet charged with 
tkree mntleta sa. Bbaum out, V, The bendlet 
MOipaay erm. and gn. Beaumont, V. 

Al a lioB ramp, or crowned gn. betw. ten crosses 
croslet of the second. Goshall. 

(k a boo ramp. betw. ten crosses croslet sa. 
AcAMs, eo. Devon. Abdtn Abdem or Abdern. 

f*T pale gn. and az. a lion ramp, gaard. arg. betw. 
tm eroaaas croslet or. Hutchucson, Owthorp, 
eo. Ko<ttingliam. 

Hr pale go. and aa. a lion ramp. betw. ten crosses 
eiDtiei fitchy or. Bbametost. 

Afr a hon immp. betw. twelve crosses croslet go. 
tisaa. 

Ax. a Hoa ramp. betw. twelve crosses croslet or. 
IltBaswoaA. 

Per pale go. and az. a lion ramp, bendwise betw. 
fcvteen croasea croslet fitchy or« Powell, 
IfattoQ, CO. Somerset; granted 1584. 

Aix. a lioo ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 
llchy az. Bbaytoft. 

Aff. a Boo ramp. az. within an orle of crosses 

tmlkA go. MovTFOBD, r*. 
Afy. a lien ramp. az. within an orle of crosses 
* ' ftteby go. and a bordore erm. 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... eont. 

Croiset cont. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked az. within an orle of 

crosses croslet gn. Moumtfobd, co. York; 

granUd 18 February 1602. 
Arg. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

fitdhy go. Bbett, ob. 1709, in Ash chorch, 

Kent. 
Arg. a lion ramp, dooble tailed within an orle of 

crosses oroslet gn. Bbbwes,F* Havebino, F». 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of ortpses 

croslet fitchy sa. Hiohak. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

arg. Bbaytopt,F*. Dekkes.F*. Kykaboesly, 

CO. Salop, temp. Edward I. Kynnebsley, 

Loxley, co. Stafibrd ; qnartering Sneyd. 
Az. a lion ramp, sans tail within an orle of crosses 

moline arg. Bbbtoste. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

or. William de Bbewasb, E^ or Bbewose, E. 

RowsET or Rouzet. 
Az. a lion ramp, or croipied gn. within an orle of 

crosses croslet of the second. De Bbewbs, V*, 
Az. a lion ramp, or crowned and armed go. 

within an orle of crosses croslet as the second. 

Sir John Bbuse, Q, Harl MS. 659&. 
Az. a lion salient within an orle of croslets or. 

Brewes de Goweb, F*. 
On. a lion ramp, guard, within an orle of crosses 

croslet arg. Abtbll. 
Gu. a lion salient arg. within an orle of crosses 

croslet fitchy or. Tytemabch, V*. 
Go. a lion pass, guard, within an orle of crosses 

oroslet or. Asteket and Astell. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

or. Hopton, Gloucester, temp. Edward I. 

Opton or Oxton, co. Gloucester. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

and mullets alternately or. Mabtin, Ripe, 

Sussex. Wykeham-MABTiN, Leeds Castle, 

Kent; and Chaoombe Priory, oo. Northamp- 
ton ; quartering arg. two chev. sa. betw. three 

roses gu. seeded or barbed vert. 
Gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

fitchy or. Jobdan ; quartered by Wilson. 
Gu. a lion salient within an orle of crosses 

croslet or. Knell, V*, 
Or a lion ramp. arg. within an orle of crosses 

croslet az. Lovell, F*. 
Or a Uon ramp, within'an orle of crosses croslet 

go. Bbett. 
Or a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses 

croslet fitchy go. Bbett, co. Devon, and 

Kent. 
Or a lion ramp, double tailed within an orle of 

crosses croslet gu. Venoub, F*. 
Or a liou salient within an orle of crosses croslet 

fitchy gu. Bbett, V*. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within an orle of crosses 

patty fitchy sa. Humteb. 
Or a Uon ramp, double tailed sa. within an orle 

of crosses croslet gu. Bbewes, V*. 
Or a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses croslet 

sa. Abden, F*. Abdebn, F*. 
Purp. a lion salient or within an orle of crosses 

croslet arg. De Tidemabch, F*. 
Sa. a lion ramp, within an orle of crosses formy 

fltcby arg. Levesey, co. Lancaster. 
Sa. a lion salient within an orle of crosses croslet 

arg. Hanteville, F*. 
Copt 
Az. a demi-lion ramp, couped betw. three covered 

cups or. Shaw, Scotland. 



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BEAST. UOH betw. or within .... cont, 
Cnibioni 

Go. a lion ramp. arg. betw. three cushions or 
within a bordore of the second charged with 
eight roses of the first. Dumbab, Leochit, 
Scotland. 

Ssoallopf 

On. a lion pass, gnard. betw. two escallops in pale 
arg. and as many flaunches of the second each 
charged with a lion ramp. sa. Dawker. 

At^ a lion ramp. betw. three escallops as. 
Jeanes. 

Arg. a lion ramp. az. betw. three escallops gn. 
Jaues, Cornwall ; co. Worcester; and co. Glou- 
cester. James or James, Kirtling, co. Cam- 
bridge ; and Botalock, Cornwall. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. betw. three escallops 
az. Babnebt, Hereford. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, betw. three escallops sa. 
Bbbnbbey, CO. Worcester. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three escallops sa. 
Aldinotom, that Ilk, %$otland. 

Az. a lion pass. betw. three escallops arg. Hend 
or Hende. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. three escallops arg. Gibon. 

Az. a lion ramp, guard, betw. three escallops arg. 
Gybbon. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. three escallops or. 
Ponton. 

Az. a lion pass. betw. three escallops or. Henden, 
Setjeant-at-law, W. Hendon, Kent. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, betw. three escallops arg. 
Shield. 

Per fess az. and arg. a lion ramp. betw. three 
escallops counterchanged. Windott. 

Per fess gu. and or a lion ramp, per fess arg. and 
az. betw. three escallops counterchanged of the 

field. WiMBOLTS. 

Per fess Tert and sa. a lion ramp. erm. betw. three 

escallops arg. CiiAYE or Cley, Tells, co. Salop. 
Per pale vert and sa. a lion rarop. erm. betw. 

three escallops aiig. Clay, London. 
Sa. a lion pass. arg. betw. three escallops of the 

second each charged with a lozenge az. John 

Hynde, V, 
Sa. a lion pass, guard, betw. three escallops arg. 

Babneby, Brockhampton, co. Hereford ; de- 
scended from Thomas Babneby, Ludlow, co. 

Salop, treasurer to Edw. IV. 
Sa. a Uon ramp. arg. crowned or betw. three es- 
callops of the second. Gybbon, co. Dorset. 
Sa. a Uon ramp, guard. (? arg.) crowned or betw. 

three escallops arg. Gibbon, co. Dorset. 
Sa. a Uon ramp, guard, or betw. three escallops 

arg. Gibbon, Bishop's Bourne, Kent. 
Vert a lion ramp. arg. betw. three escaUops or. 

Reynolds, Ireland. 
Per pale arg. and gu. a lion ramp. betw. four 

escallops counterchanged. Robabts, London. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. six escaUops or three 

two and one. Puller. 
Arg. a Uon ramp. sa. within an orle of seven 

escaUops gn. Francis Manby, Elsam, co. 

Lincoln, W. 
Arg. a Uon ramp. sa. betw. eight escaUops gu. 

Manby, Elsham, co. Lincoln; and London. 
Az. a Uon ramp. arg. betw. eight escallops or. 

Askeby. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of eight 

escaUops gu. Sir William Manse, Sussex, 

temp. Edward III, V, 
Ai^ a Uon ramp. sa. betw. ten escaUops gu. 

Manbe. 



BEAST. UOV betw. or within.... eofit 

EscaUops cont. 
Arg. a lion ramp, within an orle of escallops go. 
Manse, Suffolk, temp. Edward IH. 

Arg. a Uon saUent sa. within an orle of escallopi 
gu. Manby, F*. 

Arg. a Uon rarop. within an orle of escallops si. 
Manbye, Essex. 

Az. a Uon ramp, within an orle of escaUops or. 
Hender, Botreaux Castle, ComwaU. 

Or a lion saUent sa. within an orle of esoaUops 
gu. Manse, F*. 

Sa. a lion ramp, within an orle of escallops arg. 
Richard Holand, F, or De Howulnd, Y. 
Esorolla 

Az. a lion ramp, or betw. three escrolls arg. 
Gould. 
EstoUes 

Arg. a Uon ramp. betw. three estoiles each en« 
closed by a crescent gu. over aU a bar (another 
a fess) az. Dillon, Chimwell, co. Northamp- 
ton. Dillon, Proudstone and Screen, co. 
Meath, Ireland ; granted by Francis, Emperor 
of Germany, 22 August 1707. Dillon, Earl of 
Roscommon. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, betw. three estoiles each 
enclosed by a crescent gu. over all a bar (an* 
other a fess) 'az. Dillon, Ireland. 

Arg. a Uon salient betw. three estoiles eaeh en- 
closed by a crescent gu. over all a bar (another 
a fess) az. Dili.on. 

Arg. a Uon ramp. gu. betw. three estoiles sa. etch 
enclosed by a crescent of the second over all ft 
bar (another a fess ) az. Dillon, Baron Gloo- 
brock. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, gu. betw. three estoUo 
vert. Leveset, Kent ; and co. Lancaster. 

Az. a Uon pass. betw. three estoiles arg. Burabd. 
Neale, late Bubrabo, Walhanlpton, co. 
Hants. 

Or a Uon pass. betw. three estoiles gn. Botcheb^ 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. four estoUes eaeh en< 
closed by a crescent gu. over all a bar (anothei 
afess)az. Dillon, Newton Farrera, Brattoi^ 
ChimweU, Wroughton, and Hart, co. Devon 
and Farthingoe, co. Northampton. 
Fishes 

Arg. a lion pass, paly of six sa. and or betw. ihre< 
dolphins embowed naiantgu. each fiab eharge< 
with three bezants a treasure flory oounterflor^ 
purp. John Caunton, co. Warwick, W. Ckmot 
V*, 

Arg. a Uon pass. sa. betw. three dolphins t^ 
Canton. Cawnton. 

Arg. a Uon pass. sa. betw. three dolphins era 
bowed naiant gu. Caunton, Kent, W. 
Flannohes 

Arg. a Uon pass. gu. betw. two flaimcbes ni 
Garritte. 

Arg. a Uon pass. betw. two flaanehes purl 
Jajirett. 

Arg. a Uon pass. betw. two flaunches -sa. Gar^ 
or Garrett, London. Garritt. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, betw. two flaunches a 
Antonie or Antony, Suffolk. 

Gu. a Uon ramp, or between two flannohes ere 
Selly. 

Gu. a Uon ramp. betw. two flaunches or eac 
charged with three biUets of the fin 
Mowbray. 

Or a lion ramp, reguard. betw. two flaunches s 
each charged with a muUet arg. Matthub 
CO. Hereford ; quartering per pale az. and g 



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BEAST. LIOHlMtw. or within.... ccmt. 

TlMxauihm eofU, 

a efaetrron or betw. three lions ramp , with 

arg. on a chevron sa. five spots of ermine in 
the dexter chief point a mallet of the second, 
and gn. three stirmps leathered aod buckled 
or, and or a cross patty fitchjr gn., and gu. three 
hoDS pass. arg. 

Per pale erm. and ermines a lion ramp, or betw. 
tvo flaonches arg. each charged with a spear 
palewise.... Edwabds, Llandaff House, co. 
Glamorgan ; quartering Bichards. 

Sa. erusily and a lion ramp. arg. betw. two 
flaonches erm. Loko, Whaddon and Becking- 
ton ; granted 1561 to Thomas Lonoe, Trow- 
bridge, CO. Wilts. 

Sa. a lion ramp, or betw. two flaunches arg. 
Cbxlt, Essex. Pbbstwood, oo. Devon; and 
00. Woroester. 

Sa. a lion ramp. betw. two flaunches or. 
PtBSTwooD, Boterford, North Hnish, co. Devon, 
temp. Elizabeth. Pbebtwood, W. 

Sa. a lion salient betw. two flaunches or. 

PlIfTWOOD, F*. 

flean-dA-lif 
iff. a demi-lion betw. eight fleurs-de-lis gu. 

MirvDREix, CO. Wilts. ' 
A^ a demi-lion within an orle of fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Makdbxt, Essex. 
Az. a demi-lion ramp, within an orle of fleurs-de- 

fis or a label of five points of the second. 



Or a Ikm ramp. sa. betw. two fleurs-de-lis az. 

FincLouoH, oo. Hertford; co. Bedford; co. 

I^BOcaster; co. Lincoln; and London; granted 

i Hovamber 1583. 
P« Wnd sinister engr. or and sa. a lion 

nay. betw. two fleurs-de-lis counterohauged. 

FmcB, Belturbet, oo. Cavan, Ireland, granted 

26 July 1683. 
Pfer tahire ax. and gu. a lion pass, guard, betw. 

two fleort-de-lis in pale or. John Youko, 

Biahop of Boehester, 1578-1605; confirmed 

1578. 
Qnarteriy ot and gu. a lion ramp. betw. in 

chief two fleurs-de-lis and in base a masde 

eooBterehanged. Goodwin. 
....a lion pass, gutfd. .... betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis.... William de Cormhull, Bishop of 

liebfield, etc, 1214-23. 
Aig. a Bon pass. az. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

fi. BsAonoir or Bbaoden, London, 
iif . a Hon pass. gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. 

Puck. 
Ai|. a lion pass. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

^ a Hon ramp. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
lloBTH or MtTBTH sHas Bjlmdall, Talland and 
Boose» Teneglos, Cornwall; the heiress m. 
Wooleombe. 

iig. a hoQ pasfl. gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
ta. Owyddno Gabah HlBfVaughan, Caethle, 
and Penmaen Dovey. Pbtcb, Gnnley. Pvobs, 
TjGwyn. 

Aig. a Hon paaa. sa. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Evin, eo. Montgomery; and Portsea, oo. 
SoQthaapton. Farrb. GanrFTTH, Penpom- 
frea, co. Cardigan. Griffith, Trevalyn 
Han, 00. Denbigh. Pbrkhis. Perkdvs, Nun- 
eaton, eo. Warwiek. Pbtcb, Gunley, eo. Mont- 
Boneiy; derived from Einion ap SirsmxT, 
uwd of Mathaikm in Cjveihog, tenth in de- 
went from Gwyddno Garan HIr, Lord of Can- 



BEAST. LIOV betw. or within. . . .eont. 
Fleurs-de-lii eont. 
tref Gwaelod ; quartering levau ap Bys, Da- 
vid Lloyd ap Griffith ap Bared, and Evan ap 
Bbys ap Hugh. Puoh. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, sa. crowned with an an- 
tique crown or betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
PuoH. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, sa. crowned or betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis gu. Puoh ; descended from Cad- 
wallader, Llanerchydol, oo. Montgomery; quar- 
tering sa. three greyhounds courant arg. 

Arg. a Hon ramp. sa. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Vauohan, Penmaen Dovey, co. Merioneth ; de- 
scended from Einion ap Sitstllt. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Archebold or Archbold, co. Stafibrd. 

Az. a lion pass. betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. 
BBODioAir, Pilton Hous^, Drogheda. Guilford. 
North. 

Az. a lion pass, or betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. 
North, Earl of Guilford. Lord North, Carth- 
ledge, CO. Cambridge, Z, 347. North, Baron 
North and Grey, 1716. Brownlow North, 
Bishop of Lichfield, etc., 1771 ; Worcester 
1774 ; Winchester 1781-1820, 

Gu. a lion ramp, betn^ three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Marks. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. 
Fairclouoh, CO. Bedford; co. Hertford; co. 
Lancaster ; co. Lincoln ; and London ; granted 
2 November 1583. Fbarclouoh, in Horshill 
Church, Surrey. 

Or a lion ramp. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Farlouoh, CO. Lancaster. 

Per pale or and az. a lion pass, guard, betw. three 
fleurs-deJis counterchanged. North, co. 
Cambridge. 

Per pale or and gu. a lion ramp. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Goodwin or 
GooDWYN, Upper Winchingdon; descended 
from Sir John Goodwin, Bishop's Wobum, co. 
Buckingham ; the heiress m. Wharton. 

Sa. a lion pass, or betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. 
North. 

Sa. a lion ramp, or betw. three fleurs-de-lis erm. 
Eellet, Terrington, oo. Devon. 

Vert a lion ramp. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Salvador, London. 

Per bend gu. and erm. a lion ramp. betw. fbur 
fleurs-de-lis in cross and as many roses in 
square counterchanged. Holland. 

Az. a lion salient guard, betw. five fleurs-de-lis 
arg. Holland, co. Devon. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. six fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Archebold or Abqhbold, co. Stafford. 

Az. a lion ramp, guard, betw. six fleurs-de-lis arg. 
Holland, Holland, oo. Lancaster, temp. King 
John. Holland, Denton, co. Lancaster. 
Bobert de Holland, a Baron 1815; and his 
descendants Earls of Kent. 

Sa. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or betw. six fleurs- 
de-lis of the third. Sir Matthew Phillifp, V, 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. seven fleurs-de-lis sa. 
BuoKMASTEB, CO. Dcvou ; CO. liucolu ; and oo. 
Northampton. Sr. William Bocmonsteb, V, 

Sa. a Uon ramp. erm. crowned gold betw. seven 
fleurs-de-lis m orle or. Phiup, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1563. 

Vert a lion ramp, or crowned gu. betw. seven fleurs- 
de-lis of the second. Sr. .... de Bbiston, K. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis az. 
Thobpe, Holdemess, co. York, F. 

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BEAST. UOV iMtw. or witliiii. . . ,cont. 

Fleiiri-d0-lU cont. 

Az. a lion raznp. guard, betw. eight fleurs-de-lis 
arg. Holland, Ely, oo. Cambridge; Boston, 
CO. Lincoln ; and West Angmering, Sussex. 
Sir Robert de Hollaivd, temp. Edweurd V. 

Az. a lion ramp, guard, betw. eight fleurs-de-lis 
arg. in orle over all on a bend gu. three keys 
wards upwards or. Gilbertine Priory at 
Holland-Bbiooe, CO. Lincoln. Benedictine 
Priory at Holand or Holland in Wigan, co. 
Lancaster. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. eight fleurs^e-lis or. 
Sir Thomas Poole, oo. Chester, V. Poole, 
Mayfield, co. Cork. Poole, co. Devon ; Saper- 
ton, CO. Gloucester ; and Oakley, co. Wilts. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis or. 
Beaumont, Buckland, Surrey. Beauhond, 
V*. Beauuont, Hadmey; descended from 
Beaumont, Stoughton Grange, co. Leicester. 
Sr. .... Beaumont, V. 

Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis arg. 
Danibix. Dayille. Sr. John Datwill, temp. 
Edward I, F. 

Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis or. 
Marks. 

Sa. a lion ramp, crowned or betw. eight fleurs- 
de-lis arg. Philip. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. nine fleurs-de-lis or 
a crescent for di£ Pole, Aldenham Abbey, 
CO. Hertford; Baronetcy IBOl, extinct 1830; 
the heiress m. Stuart; descended through 
Pole, Stoke Damarel, from Pole, Shute 
House, Axminster, co. Devon; Baronetcy 12 
September 1628. 

Az. a lion ramp, or armed and langued gu. betw. 
ten fleurs-de-lis of the second. Beaumont, 
CO. Leicester ; and Beaumont Hall, Sufiblk. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. betw. ten fleurs-de-lis or. 
Philips, co. Lancaster. 

Sa. a lion ramp. erm. betw. ten fleurs-de-lis or. 
Philips, oo. Lancaster. 

Ars. a lion salient gu. within an orle of fleurs- 
de-lis az. Thobp, F*. 

Arg. a lion ramp, within an orle of fleurs-de-lis 
sa. Bockmonsteb, F*. 

Az. a lion salient within an orle of fleurs-de-Us 
arg. LovELL. 

Az. a lion salient arg. within an orle of fleurs-de- 
lis or. Pooi£, F*. 

Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of fleurs-de-lis or. 

LoVELL. 

Barry of four or and arg. a lion ramp, guard, gu. 

within an orle of fleurs-de-lis az. Thorpe, 

London. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned and holding 

in the dexter forepaw a sword erect ppr. within 

an orle of fleurs-de-lis and a bordure wavy or. 

PHnjJFPS, Middle Hill, co. Worcester ; Baro- 
netcy 1 September 1821. 
Sa. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or within an orle 

of fleurs-de-lis of the third. Phillip, F*. 
Flowers (Boies) 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, or betw. two roses in 

pale arg. and as many flaunches of the second 

each charged with a lion ramp. sa. Dawkins, 

St. James's, Westminster. 
Az. a lion pass, guard, betw. two roses one in 

chief and one in base arg. Prout. 
....(Primroies) 
Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. regally crowned or 

betw. three primroses of the second. Ooilvie, 

Edinburgh. 



BEAST. UO V betw. or withia .... cont. 

Floweri eont, (Somi ) 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three roses gu. barbed 

and seeded ppr. two flaunches of the second. 

Bicketts, Bedland Hill, co. Gloucester. 
Az. a lion couchant betw. three roses arg. Town 

of Ludlow, co. Salop. 
Erm. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three roses az. 

TUDWAY. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, or betw. three roses tig. 

Tadlowe, Essex and Kent. 
Gu. a lion pass. betw. three roses or. Fowls, 

Chute Lodge, oo. Wilts. 
Gu. alien pass, guard, betw. three roses or barbed 

vert FowLE, Biver Hall, Sussex. 
....(Soses) 
Per b^id gu. and erm. a lion ramp. betw. foor 

roses in square and as many fleurs-de-lis in 

cross counterchanged. Holland. 
....(Liliei) 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight lilies arg. DsNyiLB 

or Devile. 

....(Pink!) 
Arg. a lion ramp, per fess g^. and vert within 

an orle of pinks slipped and leaved ppr. Edsib, 

Surrey. 

.... (Soies) 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of roses gn. 

Pibrpont, Sire Bobert Pirepound, N, 
Arg. a lion ramp, within an orle of roses sa. 

Pierpont. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of roses or. 

BowEN, 00. Oxford. 
S-Foils 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. three 3-foils slipped 

vert. Li^sET or Lambsbt. Leysset, F. 

I^VIESBY, V*, 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three 3-foil8 vert. 

Lyndset. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three 8-fbils slipped 

vert. Leyesey, co. Lancaster, F. Liveset, 

Livesey, co. Lancaster, and Eastchorch, Kent : 

Baronetcy 11 July 1627. Lucy. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. three 8 -foils gn. 

MuLLOY, Hughstown; and Oak Port, co. 

Boscommon; derived through Mulloy or 

O'MuLLOY, Standard'bearer to the Crown of 

England in Ireland ; from Niall of the Nine 

Hostages Monarch of all Ireland. 
Arg. alien ramp. sa. betw. three 3-foils (another 

slipped) gu. MoLLOY, Middlesex. 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. three 3-foil8 slipped aig. 

Cawson, London. Se3P. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. three S-foils vert 

Sheridan. 
Per pale gu. and vert a lion salient betw. three 

d-foils or. Gaynor, Meath and Langford, Ire- 
land ; granted 21 December 1666. 
Vert a lion ramp, or betw. three 3-foil8 slipped of 

the last. Sheridan, Ireland. Thomas 

Sheridan, Gavan, Ireland, 1730. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. six 3-foilB slipped 

arg. Penoelly, Sortridge, Whitchurch, co. 

Devon. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. six 3-foils slipped or. 

Penoelly, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. eight 3-foils slipped or. 

Sr de MoimTENDER, F. 

Sa. a lion ramp. betw. eight 3-foils slipped arg. 

PLANTNEY,Wolverhampton,co. Stafford ; granted 

1683. 
Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of 3-foils arg. 

Holland, Bognor, Sussex. Pbchey, Com wall. 



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BEAST. UOVbetw. or within.... conl. 

S-FoDs eoiU. 
Oil 1 hoD ramp, within an orie of 3-foils an?. 

Pbkgelet, Cornwall. 
Gti. a 1km saUent arg. within an ork of a-foils 

sbpped or. Pengellt, F». 

^^rV^'.^^ Mid go. a Hon ramp, within an orie 
of 3>fail8 all conoterobaDged. Roger Rows, 
Alport, CO. Derby; granted .... 

Arg. a lion pass, regnaid. ermines betw. two 5-foil8 

mehiefyertandaneseallopinbasega. Jbkem. 

JBDH, Dorer ; granted 16 Jnly 1808, 
Aig. a lion ramp. m. betw. two S-ibils vert. 

H *Gowii, Seotlandl 
Arg. a Hon ramp. az. betw. three Sfbils and a 

doable tressnre flory eonnterflory go. Lyon. 

J* "^P' ^^'^' ****** ^'^^^^ *"<* » ^or- 

d«re engr. arg. Gbat, Dalmamoek and Cam- 

tyne, oo. Lanark; quartering Hamilton. 
G^a Hon ramp. arg. betw. three Spoils erm. 

Hamiltoh, Cambnskeyth and Orange, co. Ayr. 
GtLa lion ramp. arg. gorged with a collar vert 

■» sapportmg betw. the paws the fksoes erect 

ppr. banded or betw. four S-foils of the second 

■Bd to many annulets as the third alternately. 

SzDDows ; granted 1819. 
Sa i Hon ramp. betw. five 5-foils arg. Clifton. 

I'litoB Bfomswold. 
iig. a Bon ramp, sa. betw. six S-foils gn. Sr....de 

Fmoran.F. Phwepont.F*. Pieiikepoint,F*. 
<rtL t bon i»mp. the head arg. divided by a line 

of erasure from the body within an orie of 

•even ft-foils or. Gbace, V, 
Ai^jkUtm ramp. sa. betw. eight fi.foils gu. 

rnwonw, Holm-Pierpoint, co. Notts, Z, 399. 
Ai^hon ramp. sa. armed gu. within an orie of 

«|ij 5-foil8 of the second. CurroN, co. York. 
Aa.t Ion ramp, guard, or betw. eight 5-foils 

JkMDtOWY, F. 

Aa. a Bon ramp. betw. eight ft.foils or. Lotd. 
8*. a Bffli ramp. betw. eight 54bil» arg. Sr. 

Osrras Clifton, F. 
Sea Bon ramp. betw. eight S-foils arg. with a 

a^fcil ahpped of the last in chief for diflf. 

Cums, Barrington, co. Somerset 

* • Bonramp. guard, or betw. ten fi-foils arg. 

AxDtowsT or Axnvai: 
••J »]*?o ramp crowned . . . .within on orie 

w^fcils.. ..EdwardLLon>,Kidwelly,16(K)-70. 

wii? n«np. sa. within an orie of 5-foil8 gu. 

*«gir8 do Pebbpodit, F, or Pbbbpount, Y. 

i'sasspoiNT, in Rawmarsh Church, co. York. 
An. a Bon ramp, within an orie of ft-foils sa. 

M. John de CuTTON, 8. 
Oi.afion camp. arg. within an orie of 5-foils or. 

GlACB, F». 

Giu a Boo ramp, within an orie <rf 5.foils or. 
S?I?' «>- Hmitingdon; oo. Somarset; co. 
WiHa ; and Ellington, eo. Durham. 

q1?°" '■"V- •*• '^thin •» orie of 5-foils az. 
oDDoira. 

S^a Boo ramp, within an orie of 5.foilB arg. 
2^To«, F*. Cltftoh. M. Edmond 
ftoOND, a. 

Sa. a Boa ramp, within an orie of pierced 5-foils 
■R. Pubtont. 

M^s Boo ramp, within an orie of 5-foil8 or. 
JtBWA«D«8, Bfayd-y-Odrs, co. Carmarthen, and 
««««on Manor, oo. Olamoigan; quartering 
*\* **^- <»• ^^- three Bowen's knots . . . . , 
•^•a. three buck's heads caboased arg., and 
eaeqay or and aa. a fesa arg. 



BEAST. UOV betw. 0r within.... eonC 
euFoils or 7-Foila 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within an orie of * setfoils* 
or * seyfoils* gu. Thomas PibbK)int, F. Henry 
Fierpount, F. . 

I]niiti (Aooma) 

Arg. a Hon pass. gu. betw. twcT acorns az. in bend 
cotised erm. Rodes. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. betw. two acorns in 
bend az. cotised ermines. Rhodes, Bellair 
and Shapwick, co. Devon ; quartering Sleech, 
Andrew, and Cholwich. John Rhodes, Hor- 
bury, eldest and disinherited son of Sir John 
Rhodes, Barlborough. Rhodes or Rodes, 
Great Houghton, co. York; the heiress m. 
Busk; descended like Rhodes or Rodes, 
Staveley-Woodthorpe, and Barlborough, co. 
Derby; Baronetcy 1641, extinct 1748, the heirs 
m. Heathoote and Reaston ; (through Francis 
Rodes, Judge of the Common Pleas, temp. 
Elizabeth ;) from Gerard de Rodes, Homcastle, 
CO. Lincoln, temp. Henry II. Sir John de 
Rodes, oo. Nottingbam, F. 
Or a lion pass. sa. betw. three acorns vert 
Dbtwood, Shipston, co. Essex. 

^ ....(Com) 
Vert a lion ramp. betw. five ears of wheat or two 

two and one. Joaneb, Walos. 
.... (Aooms) 
... .a Bon salient guard, arg. betw. six acorns or. 

Chenduit. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. six acorns sHpped or. 

Atwood, Suffolk. 
Gu. a Bon ramp. arg. betw. eight aooms or. 

Atwood, F. 
Gu. a Bon ramp, guard, arg. betw. eight aooms 

sBpped or. Attwood, oo. Gloucester. 
Gu. a Bon ramp, reguard. arg. betw. eight aooms 

or. Cheyndute, F. 
Gu. a Bon ramp. arg. within an orie of aooms or. 

Attwood. 
Gu. a lion salient reguard. arg. within an orie of 

acorns or. Cheyndute, V*, 

CFarb 
Sa. a Bon ramp. betw. a garb in chief and a writing 

pen in base arg. Edoab, Kithock, Scotland. 
CFarbs 
Per bend az. and vert a Bon ramp. arg. betw. two 

garbs or. Shebfield. 
Sa. a Bon ramp. arg. betw. in chief two garbs of 

the second banded gu. and in base a bezant. 

Edoab, PoUend, Scotland; descended from 

Kithock. 
Arg. a Bon pass, environed with a laurel vert betw. 

three garbs az. banded or. Gbisewood, London. 
Gouttei 
Per bend arg. and or a Bon ramp. ppr. murally 

crowned gu. within an orie of gonttes-de-sang. 

Hall, MoUame, co. Kircudbright* 
Hand 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. in chief a dexter hand 

apaumy and a cross croslet fitchy of the last 

and in base a salmon naiant az. Donauk 
Hauda 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. two dexter hands 

couped at the wrist gu. Cbossby, Newcastle. 

Cbossby, CO. York. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. (another armed and langued 

gu.) betw. in chief two sinister hands apaumy 

couped gu. and in base a crescent az. 

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BEAST. UOH betw. or within. .... eont, 

Eandf eont 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langned gn. betw. 
in chief two sinister hands apanmy oonped of 
the last and in base a orescent az. a crescent for 
diff. Fabquhab, Baronetcy 21 Angnst 1821. 

Per fess arg. and or a lion ramp, per fess gu. 
and sa. betw. two dexter hands in chief of the 
third. Daly, Donsandle and Benmore, oo. 
Galway. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three dexter hands cooped 
at the wrist gn. Maoeoohaoan, Ireland. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued or betw. 
three sinister hands conped palewise gu. 
Fabquhab, Gilmilnsoroft, Scotland; the heiress 
m. 1777 Gray. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. three sinister hands 
gu. within a bordure az. Mao Fabquhab, 
Edinburgh. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, paly of (six F*.) seven 
arg. and or betw. three dexter gauntlets back 
part outwards of the second all within a bor- 
dure engr. gold. Conway, F*. Conwey.F. 

Erm. a lion ramp. betw. three dexter hands 
couped gu. Richard Neil or Neylb. Bishop 
of Rochester, 1608 ; Lichfield, etc., 1610.14 ; 
granted 1612. Neale, Westminster; granted 
November 1612. 

Gu. a lion pass. betw. three gauntlets backs out- 
ward or. LusHEB, London. 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, betw. three gauntlets or. 
Lashaw, London. 
Head 

Or a lion ramp. gu. surmounted by a bend sa. 
in chief a stag's head cabossed of the second 
and in base a cross oroslet fitchy of the third. 
Spence. 

Headi (Beasti) Boar 

Arg. a lion pass. betw. three boar's heads couped 
sa. Alphe, 00. Hants. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. three boar's heads erased 
arg. GoBDON, Beldomy, Scotland ; quartering 
az. three boar's heads within a bordure engr. 
arg. 

Az. a lion pass, guard, arg. betw. three boar's 
heads erased or. Gobdon, Terpersy, Scot- 
land. 

Or a lion ramp. betw. three boar's heads erased 
sa. Wood, Brownhills, co. Stafford. 

....Dog 

Per bend erm. and ermines a lion ramp. betw. 
three talbot's heads erased or. Tbavebs, 
Wales. 

Per pale arg. and az. a lion pass. betw. three grey- 
hound's heads erased counterchanged. Neeld, 
Grittleton House, co. Wilts. 

....Leopard 
Or a lion ramp, guard, gu. betw. three leopard's 
heads sa. Rett, Eellsall, Suffolk, granted 1756. 

....Ox 

Arg. a lion pass. betw. three bull's heads oouped 

gu. Belyn. 
Arg. a lion pass. sa. crowned (? or) betw. three 

bull's heads couped of the second attired gold. 

BoLEiNE, F. Boleyn, F*. 
. . . .Human Figure 
Or a lion pass. betw. three helmets sa. Napps 

or Napp, Needham. 
Sa. a lion pass, guard, betw. three helmets arg. 

COMPTON. 

Sa. a lion pass, guard, or betw. three helmets arg. 
Henry Compton, Bishop of Oxford 1674, Lon- 1 



BEAST. UOH betw. or within.... eont. 

Heads eont. Human Figure eont, 
don 1675-1718. Compton, Marquis and Earl 
of Northampton ; Earl Compton of Compton, 
and Baron Wilmington of Wilmiogton. 
Compton, Carham Hall, Northumberland ; the 
oo-heirs m. Hinde and Compton. 
Sa. a lion pass, guard, or betw. three esquire's 
helmets arg. Sr. Henry Compton, Lord 
Compton, F. Sir William Compton, F. 
Sa. a lion pass, guard, or betw. three esquire's 
helmets ppr. garnished gold. Compton, Lynd- 
hurst, CO. Hants. 
....Monster 
Az. a lion pass. arg. betw. three griffin's heads 

erased or. Box, Sheriff of London 1570. 
Az. a lion pass, guard, arg. betw. three griffin's 

heads erased or. Box. 
Az. a lion pass. betw. three griffin's heads erased 
or. Box, Oxford. 
....Spean 
Gu. a lion ramp. betw. three spear-heads arg. 
Macnamara. 
Inkmoline 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three inkmolines sa. 
a bordure az. charged with ao annulet or. 
Turner. 
Knot 
Az. a lion ramp, or in a true love knot arg. betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis their stalks bending towards 
the centre of the second, Hoohe, Penymaes ; 
quartered by Bees or Hhys. 
Ladden 
Sa. a lion pass. betw. three scaling ladders arg. 

Morris. 
Sa. a lion pass, or betw. three scaling ladders 

arg. Morris, Cardigan, Wales. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. three scaling ladders or. 
Jeffrey, co. Worcester, W, Jeffebyes or 
Geffreys, Clifton, Homecastle, co. Worcester. 
Sa. a lion salient betw. three scaling ladders or. 
Jefferey, F*. 
Leaves 
Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. betw. 
three holly leaYes slipped ppr. Subhan, 
Treddington House, co. Gloucester. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three holly leaves vert 
Sherman, Littlelinton, oo. Cambridge; and 
Croydon, Surrey. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three oak leaves vert. 

Sherman, Yoxley, Suffolk. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three parsley leases 
vert. Clappeson. 
Letters 
Arg. a lion pass, guard, az. betw. three Boman 
textB's .... Pate, Wisbeaoh, Isle of Ely; 
granted .... 
Loiengef 
Gu. a lion pass, and two lozenges or. Bobert 
Thornham, Z, i. «. Bobert (nephew of Michael 
de Tumham) founder of Bayham Abbey, 
Sussex. N.B., ai this bUuon it indeeisitfey tee 
Lion and in chief, . . . Lozenget, 
Lures 
Gu. a lion pass. erm. betw. three hawk's lores 
arg. Chester, Amesbury, co. Gloucester. 
Xasole 
Arg. a lion ramp, in a mascle sa. Put or Putt, 
Combe, Gillingham, co. Devon, Baronetcy 21 
July 1666 ; extinct 1721. 
Xasoles 
Gu. a lion pass, or betw. two masolee arg. 
Turnham, Kent and Surrey, temp. John. 



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183 



BKIST. UOHlMtw. or within.... cofit. 
MMMtHmeonL 

Ax. a lion pass, or betw. three masoles arg. 
Thorkst, LoDdon; descended from oo. Not- 
tingham; amfirmed 10 Decembw 1615. 

iz. i lion pass. betw. three masoles or. Cateball, 
Horton, oo. Chester, temp. Edward I. 

XvUeti 

Or a lion ramp. go. betw. two mallets in fees az. 

Wallace, Arbrothiek, Scotland ; quartering go. 

a fees cheqny az. and arg. 
Arg. a lion ramp, doable-tailed betw. three pierced 

mullets of six points az. Habteb, Broaghton 

Hall, Manchester. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. sa. betw. three mallets ga. 

Cbsssells, Scotland. 
Arg. a Hon ramp. betw. three mallets sa. Hats. 

WourzY. 
Az. a lioD pass. betw. three mallets or. 

PtzmntAH, F*. 
Go. a lion pass, gaard. betw. three mallets arg. 

PiZTTTYOHN. Ooorgo Pbetyman afterwards 

TozLiHE, Loddington, oo. Leicester ; Bishop of 

Laeohi 1787, Winchester 1820-7. 
Gil a Uon ramp. betw. three mallets arg. 

Maloxz, Ballynahown and Baronstown, Ire- 

laad; Baron Sanderlin 1785. 
Go. a lioa pass. betw. three mallets or. 

PiETTTKAii, Norfolk; and Bawton, Suffolk; 

fmted 1590; confirmed 1607. Sir John 

PftiTTTXAK, per Camden, 1607, W, 
Gi. a Uon pass, guard, betw. three mallets or. 

PUTITMJUi. 

Ga. a lioo ramp. betw. three mallets or. 

WHrrBBOKE, Water Newton, co. Huntingdon. 

WiTHBBojCK, CO. Salop, F. 
Ottlion ramp. go. betw. three mullets az. over 

ifl a less ehequy arg. and of the third. 

Sutabt, Dalgnise, Scotland. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three mullets gu. De 

WoLTZT ; quartered by Holte. 
Oration ramp, (salient V*) betw. three mullets 

■a. WoLi«T, F. 
Pet bend or and arg. a lion ramp. betw. three 

maUeCs eonnterchanged. Samson, Scotland. 
Sa. a bon pass, guard, betw. three mullets arg. 

CiAWLBT, London. Shrawley, London, 1588. 
Aif. a lion ramp. go. betw. five pierced mullets 

the two in chief enclosing a pair of crescents 

•a. the others as the second. Dyson, V,* 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. five pierced mullets of six 

points go. the two in chief enclosing a pair of 

ertsoents 8a.oTerall afess az. Sr Dyson, 

Ireland, F, bat Dilom, Harl MS. 1892, fo. 146. 
Ga. a lion rmmp. or betw. six mullets arg. 

TOPBAM. 

Ga. a him nunp. betw. seyen mullets arg. three 
two and two. Saltsen, Treladick, Cornwall. 

Or a boo ramp. gu. betw. eight mullets az. 
XoLFm or Molfiv. 

Az. a hoo ramp, within an orle of mullets arg. 
Saltxbn, Pettieombe, Cornwall; descended 
from Saltbzn, Treludick. 

Ga. a Bon ramp, within an orle of mullets and 
m m tB eroakt or alternately. Martin, Ripe, 
SosMx. Wykeh am- Martin, Leeds Castle, 
Kent ; and Chacombe Priory, co. Northampton ; 
laartering arg. two cber. sa. betw. three roses 
gu. seeded or barbed yert. 

Ga. a Bon ramp. arg. betw. eight nails or. 
BtExxKm, Cfoion, oo. Northampton. 



BEAST. UOV betw. or withia. . . .eont. 

Vaili cont, 

Ou. a lion ramp. arg. within an orle of eight 
passion (or calvary) nails or. Breedon, con- 
firmed 1783 to Symonds, Bere Court, Pang, 
bourn, co. Berks. 
Orle 

Arg. a lion ramp, within an orle gu. Blamors. 

Az. a lion ramp, within an orle engr.on the inner 
side and a bordure arg. Benton, BiUie, Scot- 
land. 

Gu. a lion salient within an orle or a label of three 
points compony az. and Tert. Blauhbbter, F*. 

Vert a lion ramp, within an orle arg. Haooer. 
Lovelock. 
Pheoni 

Az. a demi-lion ramp. betw. three pheons or. 
Harrison, Oalligreaves House, Blackburn, oo. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. betw. three pheons 
az. Shearwood. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons az. 

EOERTON. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three pheons gu. 

EOERTON. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons sa. 
Beoket. Town of Bracelet, co. Northampton ; 
quarterly with Stanley. Edoerton. Eoerton, 
Earl of Bridgewater, Z, &42, Viscount Brackley, 
Baron EUesmere, afterwards Duke of Bridge* 
water. Leveson-Oower Eoerton, Earl of 
EUesmere and Viscount Brackley. Grosvenor- 
EoERTON, Earl of Wilton, Viscount Grey de 
Wilton. John Eoerton, Bishop of Bangor 
1756, of Lichfield, etc. 1768, Durham 1771.87. 
Thomas Eoerton, Viscount Brackley, and 
Chancellor 1618. Sr. Bichard Eoerton, F. 
Eoerton, Broxton, co. Chester, 1730; de- 
scended from Eoerton, now Grey-EoERTON, 
Egerton and Oulton Park, co. Chester ; Baro- 
netcy 5 April 1617; quartering Grey with a 
label of five points gu. Eoerton, Tatton, co. 
Chester; derived nrom Eoerton, Earl of 
Bridgewater; the heiress m. 1747, Tatton. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons within 
a bordure engr. sa. Egerton, Essex. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. three pheons arg. 
Colooan, Ireland. Colooan, Island of Teneriffe. 

Az. a lion pass. betw. three pheons or. 
WoLSTENHOLME, Drausfield, co. Derby; con- 
firmed 1604. Wolstenholme, Horsley-Gate, 
Dronfield, co. Derby, 1460 ; a younger branch 
of Wolstenholme of Wolstenholme, co. Lan- 
caster. Wolstenholme, Minsingden, Edmon- 
ton, Middlesex, Baronetcy 10 January 1664, 
extinct .... 

Az. a Uon pass, guard, betw. three pheons 
or. WoLSTENHOLM, Nostcl, CO. York. 

WoLSTANHOLME, Winchouden, Middlesex. 
WoLSTENHOLKE, Loudon ; Baronetcy 10 Jan. 
1664, extinct .... 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, ehequy arg. and az. betw. 
three pheons of the second. Hadderwick, 
Pitcullo. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons az. 
M'Nair or M'Natr. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons sa. 
Maonamara. 

Or a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons within a 
bordure engr. sa. Eoerton, oo. Stafford. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. langned and armed az. 
betw. six pheons sa. Eoerton, Malpas ; quar- 
tered by Holte. 



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BEAST. UOV betw. w withia. . . .eont. 

Pheoni cont. 
Arg. a lion ramp, per fees go. and yert betw. 

seven pheons az. Boope, Horswell, oo. Devon ; 
, Vititation 16*20 ; the heiress m. Ilbc^ Boope, 

Bristol ; confirmed to Harris 1771. 
Arg. a lion ramp. go. betw. eight pheons sa. 

Bops, Bope and Staple, oo. Chester ; and Ton- 
stall, CO. Devon. 
Or a lion ramp. go. betw. eight pheons sa. 

BoPE, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. twelve pheons az. Boopb. 
Or a lion ramp. betw. twelve pheons az. Boope, 

CO. Devon. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. within an orle of pheons sa. 

BoppE, V. 
PUm 
Yert a lion ramp. betw. two piles engr. issnant 

firom the chief arg. a bordnre engr. of the last 

charged with six popinjays as the field beaked 

and membered gn. Home, Well Manor Farm, 

00. Hants ; Baronetcy 3 January 1818. 
Bonndles 
£rm. a lion ramp. sa. (another armed and Ian- 

gued gu.) betw. in chief two torteanx and in 

base a hand grenade exploding ppr. Ball, 

Blofield, Norfolk, Baronetcy 34 Jane 1801. 
Per bend gn. and arg. a lion salient betw. three 

roundles oountercbanged. Bossib, Scotland. 
Az. a lion pass, or betw. three bezants. Bonobt, 

London, 1239. John Btjnget, Mistold, Kent; 

granted by Cooke, W. Bunoey, Kent ; Dork- 
ing, Surrey; and Norfolk, 1588. 
Gn. a lion pass, or betw. Uiree bezants. 

Habbornb, Middlesex; Norfolk ; and Thackley, 

00. Oxford ; granted 1618. 
On. a lion pass, guard, or betw. three bezants. 

John Habboene, Shore Lane, Middlesex ; 

granted by Camden, W, 
Or a Hon ramp. az. betw. three hurts. Waymfobth, 

Boydon, Diss, Norfolk. 
Or a lion ramp, double tailed az. betw. three 

hurts. Wankfobd, Berwick Hall, Essex; 

granted 18 September 1664. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three ogresses. Gibbon, 

Bolvenden, Kent ; granted 6 April 1629. Gibons. 
Per fess dancetty or and arg. a lion ramp. az. in 

chief an ogress betw. two crosses croslet gu. 

and in base a cross croslet of the last betw. two 

pellets. Beckman, London. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or betw. three plates each charged 

with a S-foil sli^^ vert. Cboswellbb, co. 

Hants. 
Gu. a lion ramp, guard, per fess or and arg. betw. 

three plates each charged with a cross of 

the first. Trinitarian or Maturin Priory at 

HouHSLOw, Middlesex. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. betw. three torteanx. Ludlow, 

Wales. 
Per pale arg. and or a lion pass. sa. betw. three 

torteanx. Stanbubt. 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. eight bezants. Sr. 

...» de Hewikbs, V, 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. betw. eight plates. 

Pbbmme, V, 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. nine plates. 

Heywiok. 
Az. a lion ramp, guard, arg. betw. ten plates all 

within a bordure of the second. Hollakd, 

Burwarton, Charleoot, and Pickthome, oo. 

Salop. 
Sa. a Hon ramp. arg. within an orle of bezants 

or plates. Pbbmne, F*. 



BEAST. UOV betw. orwitkim.... eoMt. 

Bonndlea eont. 

Gu. a lion ramp. erm. within an orle of plates and 
bezants alternately. Hincks, Breckenbrough, 
CO. York; and Huntington, oo. Chester; de- 
scended from HnioKS, Chorlton, eo. Chester; 
quartering Callys, Stevenson, Cowper, and 
Alleyne. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of torteanx. 

POYNTON. 

Saltiret 

Gu. a lion pass, guard, betw. three saltires or. 
Lane. 

Sa. a lion pass, guard, or. betw. three saltbres 
couped arg. Samuel Thompson, Windsor 
Herald, W, Thompson, Streatham, Surrey. 

Bhipa 
Per pale go, and az. a lion ramp, or betw. three 
stems of ships arg. Town of Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Spears 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. two demi-spears in 

fess ppr. Macnamaba, Scotland. 
Ai^. a lion ramp. sa. betw. two demi-spears erect 

in fess ppr. Macnamaba. 

Sprigs 
Arg. a lion ramp, or and broom slips (? ppr.). 
Sandoe Habd. Jevan Jobwobth, LlanywUyn. 
Powell, Horsley. 

StaTes 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. three palmer's staves 

or. Palmeb. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three palmer's staves sa. 

heads ends and rests or. Palmeb, Ijondon, 

1684. 

Swords 
Gu. a lion ramp. arg. betw. two swords pomels 

downwards points to the dexter and tuniater 

chief ppr. Demset. 
Vert a lion ramp. betw. two swords wavy in feat 

or. Dempset. 

Tails 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three enn. spots .... 
O'DwiBE, Ireland. 

Ikssels 
Gu. a lion pass. betw. three tassels arg. 
Chestob, CO. Gloucester. 

Tressnze 

Or a demi-lion ramp, with an arrow shot in his 
mouth in a double tressure gu. Augmenta- 
tion granted 1524 to Thomas Howabd, Duke of 
Norfolk, for his victory at Flodden. 

Arg. a Uon ramp, within a double tressure flory 
counterflory az. Bowos-Lton, Earl of Strath- 
more and Kinghom ; quartering gu. three lions 
pass, in pale .... 

Arg. a lioD ramp. az. armed and langned within a 
double tressure flory counterflory gu. Lton, 
Glamis, co. Forfar, Earl of Strathmore. Lyok, 
Hetton, CO. Durham. Lton, Auldbar, oo. 
Forfar. Lton, Jamaica; Woolavington, and 
Goring, Sussex ; and New Lodge, oo. Berks ; 
descended through Lyon, Castle Lyon, eo. 
Perth, from Lton, Auldbar ; quartering Oohter- 
lony, Stewart, Bead, and Guthrie. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure floiy 
counterflory .... Deans-DuNDAS, Barton Court, 
CO. Berks ; quartering Whitley, and Deans. 

Arg. a lion ramp, within a double tressure flory 
counterflory gu. Dundas, Earl of Zetland. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a double tressure 
floiy counterfloiy gu. Dbdmmond, Melfort. 



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BEAST. UOVtotw. or wittiia.... e<mt. 
TilMiif gout. 

Ai. A Hon ramp, within » tressnre flory counter- 
flocy or. Lodge. 

Ax. a lion ramp, within a double tressnre flory 
oonoterfloiy or. Lonos, Nettlested, Saffolk. 

Or a lion ramp, within a double tressnre flory 
eoonterfloiy gn. Le roy d'EscHOSB or Escoce, 
E, IfAiifx, quartering arg. a fir tree growing 
oot of a monnt in bend sinister vert surmounted 
by a sword in bend enngned on the point with 
a royal crown ppr., with gu. three antique 
crowns or, and az. an eagle dispL with two 
heads arg. MArrLAicD, co. Gloucester. At- 
tributed to Matilda, Queeu to Henry I,Z,2, 
SooTLAKD, Z, 87, 155, 825, 826, 522. SkswART, 
Earl of Murray ; quartering or a fess chequy 
as. and arg., with or three cushions and a 
double treasure flory counterflory gn. Stewabt, 
Earl of Buehan ; quartering Buchan. Stewabt, 
Buzgb, Scotland ; quartering az. a galley sails 
fnrl^ arg. Sieuabt, Bi^echin, oo. Perth; 
Mved firom Stzuabt, Sticks, illegitimate son 
rf James II of Scotland ; quartering or a fess 
cbequy az. and arg. within a bordure engr. of 
the first. Stsua&t, Stewartfield, co. Kdin- 
bngb; descended firom John Steuabt, Killi- 
thttde, a younger son of Steuast, Ballechin, 
vith the same quartering. Stewabt, Lord 
Ochiltree, Scotlimd; quartering Stewart in 
ebief a label sa., with arg. a saltire engr. betw. 
km rooes gn. all within a bordure oompony az. 
sod aig. Stewart, Ardverlich, Scotland; 
quartering Stewart in chidT a mullet gu., with 
•ri^. a saltire engr. betw. four roses gu. iJl within 
t bordnre oompony az. and of the first all 
^joarteriy with Scotland. Stuabt, Earl of 
Cotle Stnart; quartering Stuart in chief a 
label of three points gu., with arg. a saltire 
betv. four roses gu., and az. a lion ramp, arg., 
tbe whole within a bordure oompony of the 
■eeood and first. 

Or a lion rmmp. within a double treasure flory 
eounterflory gn. a bordure compony arg. 
taA az. Stuabt, Earl of Moray, Lord 
Douae and Abemethy ; quartering Stewart and 
Moray. 

Or a lion ramp, within a double treasure flory 
eoonterflory gn. a bordure oompony az. and 
arg. LuKDXH, that Hk. Stewaet, Athenry, co. 
Tnope, Baronetcy 31 June 1803. 

Or a Hon ramp, within a double treasure flory 
eoanterilory gn. a bordure compony gn. and 
■If. STTAar, Dnneam, co. Fife ; derived from 
lloray ; qaarteriog Stewart and Moray, over all 
io the centre a ereaoent sa. 

Or a bon ramp, within a double tressnre flory 
eoanterflory go. over all a ribbon sa. Stewabt, 
Xiri vi OrioMy ; quartering Orkney. 

Or a lioo ramp, oonped in all the joints within a 
dmUe tie aa mtj flay eoonterflory gu. Maitiand, 
Eari of Laoderdale. Oibson-MAiTLAKD, Clif- 
toQ HaQ, Mid Lothian, Baronetcy 80 Noyember 
lSi8. Maztxajo), HoUywioh, Sussex. 

Or a lioD ramp. aa. armed and langued gn. within 
a deoble treaaors flory oounterfloiy of the se- 
Med. BncHAKAjr, Aochintorlie andArdmcon- 
aal, CO. Dumbarton, and Hilhngton, co. Ren- 
frew ; descraded like Buchanan, Drumpellier, 
eo. laoark; through Buchanan, Mochastel; 
from BncHAHAX, Leny, a cadet of Buchanan, 
Bichanan, Scotland. And with a crescent for 
dUL, Buouhav, Sound, Scotland. 



BEAST, nov betw. or within.... cofU. 

Treasure cont. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. within 
a double tressnre flory counteiSory of the se- 
cond a bordure of the third charged with eigbt 
crescents arg. Buchanan, Miltown, Scotland. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. holding in his dexter paw an 
arrow and in the sinister a bow all ppr. within 
a double treasure counterflory of the second. 
Buchanan, Drumhead, Scotland, a cadet of 
Drumakill. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a crown or all within a 
double tressnre flory counterflory of the second. 
Buchanan, Carbetb, Scothmd ; descended from 
Buchanan of that Ilk. 

Or a lion ramp. aa. holding in the dexter paw a 
man's heart ppr. all within a double treasure 
counterflory of the second. Buchanan, Drum- 
skill, Scotland, a cadet of that Ilk. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. holding in his dexter paw a 
sabre or crooked sword ppr. all within a double 
treasure flory counterflory of the second. 
Mao Causiand, Strabane, Ireland. 

Or a lion ramp. sa. in the dexter paw a dagger 
ppr. all within a double treasure flory counter- 
flory of the second a bordure invecked gu. 
Buchanan, Ardoch, co. Dumbarton, descended 
firom Buchanan, Carbeth. 

Per bend or and sa. a lion ramp, within a double 
treasure all counterohanged. Buchanan, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

Per fess or and gn. a lion ramp, within a double 
tressnre flory oounterfloiy eonnterchanged. 
Middleton, Earl of Middleton. Middlbton, 
Chelsea, Middlesex; and Scotland. 

Treai 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. two laurel branehes 
crossed saltireways in base ppr. De Silya. 

Wreath 
Arg. a lion ramp. gn. encircled by a wreath of 
brambles ppr. Du Silva, PortugaL 

OX betw. or within. . . . 

Annulets 
Erm. a bull pass. betw. three annulets gu. 
Bevan, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Bordure 
Arg. a bull gu. within a bordure sa bezanty. 

Cole, ComwalL Coles, Parrocks Lodge, near 

Chard, co. Somerset. 
Arg. a bull pass. gu. within a bordure sa. bezanty. 

CowLET, CO. Devon. 
Arg. a bull pass. gu. armed or within a bordure 

sa. bezanty. Cole, Stoke Lyne, co. Oxford; 

and Twickenham, Middlesex. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. on a bordure of the second 

eight bezants. Moorsids ; quartering or on a 

chev. az. betw. three boards heads erased sa. as 

many pierced mullets arg. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. within a bordure of the 

second bezanty. Lambltn, Lamelin, Cornwall ; 

the heiress m. Trelawny. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. armed or within a bordure of 

the second bezanty. Cole, Slade, co. Devon, 

temp. Henry lY, and London. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. attired or within a bordure 

of the second bezanty. Ltabde Lyabte or 

Lthaste. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. collared and lined or within 

a bordure of the second bezanty. Cole, Lusse, 

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BEAST. OX bstw. or within. . . .eont. 

Bordore eont, 

Arg. a bull pass, coward sa. within a bordore of 
Uie last bezanty. Liabd, Norfolk. 

Erm. a bull pass. gu. within a bordore coinpony 
or and az. Dbew or Drewb, Cliff and High am, 
alias Norton, co. Devon ; Broxboome, co. Hert- 
ford ; and co. Wilts. 

Erm. a cow statant go. within a bordore sa. be- 
zanty a orescent for diff. Cowbll. 

Per pale indented arg. and go. a boll pass, coon- 
terchanged armed or within a bordore sa. be- 
zanty. Colles. 

Per pale indented go. and arg. a boll coorant 
ooonterchanged within a bordore sa. bezanty. 
CoLLB, r*. Coulee, F». Coullee, F. 

Per pale indented go. and arg. a boll pass, ooon- 
terchanged within a bordore sa. bezanty. 
Cowley. Collibat. 

Per pale indented or and go. a boll pass, ooonter- 
changed within a bordore .*•• bezanty. 

Callobe. 

BHEEP betw. or within. . . . 
CrotMt 

Go. a ram pass. arg. attired or betw. three crosses 
croslet ntchy of the last. Cupholmb, Bos- 
ton, 00. Lincoln; granted 26 October 1562. 
TuPHOLME, CO. Lincoln. 
Trosfore 

Az. a golden fleece within a dooble tressore flory 
coonterflory or. Jason, Broad Somerford, oo. 
Wilts; Baronetcy 5 September 1661, extinct 
17.38; and Enfield, Middlesex. 

SQXriBSEL betw. or within. . . . 

Arg. a sqoirrel sejant cracking a not. . . .on a bor- 
dore az. eight fleor8*de-lis .... Foquett. 

Go. a sqoirrel sejant arg. within a bordore sa. 
bezanty. Stokes, Kent. 

TIOEB betw. or within. . . . 
Arg. a heraldic tiger statant go. on a bordore sa. 
eight fleors-de lis ... • Lone, London. 

WOLF betw. or within. . . . 
Bordore 
Arg. a wolf salient az. within a bordore engr. sa. 

LOYELL. 

Arg. a wolf pass. sa. transfixed with a sword ppr. 

within a bordore go. Dumbreck, Edinborgh. 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. within a bordore engr. of 

the second charged with eight bezants. 

Atwood. 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. collared of the first within 

a bordore of the second. Atwooo. 
Or a wolf salient az. within a bordore engr. sa. 

LoYELL, V. Another, the wolf ramp. 
Croaaof 
Per pale or and arg. a wolf salient az. betw. eight 

crosses croslet fitchy go. Phelps, London. 
Go. a wolf salient arg. within an orle of crosses 

croslet or. Astley. 
Boondles 
Arg. a wolf salient sa. betw. three torteaox within 

a bordore of the second. Atwooo. 

BOAB betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
Arg. on a moont a bear standing against a tree 
sdl ppr. the bear collared and chained or betw. 
in fess two escocheons each charged with the 
arms of France and England qoarterly on a 
chief arg. a king crowned and habited ppr. 
holding in his dexter hand a moond and in the 
sinister a sceptre both or. Town of Bebwick, 
Northomberland. 



BEAST. CAXEL betw. or within.... 

and in ehief. ... 

Or a camel sa. betw. two Catherine wheels az. on 
a chief of the last a catherine-wheel arg. en- 
closed by two bezants. Wheeleb, Stoke, 
Surrey. 

Or a camel sa. statant sa. betw. three half-wheels 
az. on a chief of the third a wheel arg. en- 
closed by two bezants. Wheleb, F*. John 
Whelleb, Stoke, Sorrey, 1548, V, 

Or a camel betw. three half-wheels sa. on a 
chief az. a catherine-wheel or enclosed by 
two bezants. Wheeleb, in Thames Ditton 
Chorch. 

«DEEB betw. or within. . . . 
and in chief. . . . 
Or a stag coorant betw. three roses go. on a 
chief sa. as many escallops of the field. 
Gbaham, BachlaYy, Scotland ; a cadet of Inoh- 
brakie. 

DOO betw. or within. . . . 

and in chiaf . . . . 
Sa. a talbot betw. two bars and in chief two other 
talbots arg. Hadiaxtlt or Hemawd (?). 

H0B8B betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
Go. a mole pass, within a bordore arg. a chief of 
the second. Motle. 

UOV betw. or within. . . . 

and in chiaf. • . . 
Beaita 

Arg. a demi-lion issoant go. betw. two bars wavy 
az. in chief as many demi-lions also issoant of 
the second. Millioam or Mullikine, Scotland . 

Boeklo 
Or a Hon ramp. go. within a bordore wavy az. 

in chief a bodde betw. two lozenges sa. 

Spekce, Edinborgh. 
Oanton 
Az. a lion ramp, (salient F*) or within a bordore 

engr. go. a canton of the second. Oaye, co. 

Devon, W. 
Az. a lion ramp, within a bordore or a canton of 

the second. Gay. 
Az. a lion ramp, (salient F*) within a bordure 

engr. or a canton of the second. Jat, F*. 

Jaye, CO. Salop, W. 
Go. a lion ramp, or within a bordore engr. erm. a 

canton of the last. Gbat, Dowland, Essex ; 

granUd 1634. 
Go. a lion ramp, within an orle of eight fleors^e- 

lis or a canton erm. MABZ£,Woodhill, Cornwall. 
Go. a lion ramp, within an orlo of fleors-de-lis 

or a canton erm. Mabkes, F. 
Per pale az. and sa. a lion ramp, erminois docally 

crowned and holding betw. the paws a masole 

or within an orle of fleors-de-lis arg. a oanton 

erm. Philips, Weston, co. Warwick; and 

Sedgley, oo. Lancaster; Baronetcy 21 Febmary 

1828 ; descended like Philips, The Park, Prest. 

wich, CO. Lancaster ; and Snitterfield Park, co. 

Warwick, and like Philips, Bank Hall, oo. 

Lancaster, throogh Philips, Heath Honse, oo. 

Stafford, from Francis Phtltppb, Neyther 

Teyne, ob. 1552-8 ; qoartering Whetall, Stabbs, 

and Burton. 

on a Canton 

Go. a lion ramp. arg. docaUy crowned gold witbin 

a bordore neboly or on a canton of the last an 

eagle displ. with two heads sa. Gabnbtt, 

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BEAST. UOV Iwtw.orwitliin.... 

and in obief . . . .cont 

maGantoa cont. Hmrp 

Arg. a Hon nunp. go. within a bordnre sa. on a 
canton ax. a barp or crowned ppr. Lane, 
TnUke, oo. Roscommon; Baronetcy 11 Feb- 
mary IfkJO; extinct 2 Augnst 1724; creaUd 
Vise Lanesborough 1676 ; the heiress m. Fox, 
....Garb 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses croslet gn. 
on a canton az. a garb or. Bowtsb. 

• •• *Hoad 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. two flannches arg. on a 
eanton go. a lion's head erased of the second. 
Gabjut. 

• • • • Ship 

Go. a lion ramp, (another tail forked) betw. three 
martlets arg. on a canton or the stem of a ship 
of the line ppr. Bbenton ; Baronetcy 24 De- 
cember 1812. 

.... Sword 

Per fess embattled gu. and az. a lion pass, ermi- 
Dois betw. three mallets of six points or on a 
canton arg. a sword erect ppr. Bdrbasd, Ly- 
nington, co. Hants ; Baronetcy 12 November 
1807. 

Chief 
ix. a Hon rarap. betw. seven billets arg. a chief 

or. GOLDWEIX. 

At%. a tion ramp. go. within a bordnre indented 
of thA second charged with eight bezants a 
chief enn. Moncbisff, Sanchope, Scotland. 

Afg, a lion ramp. gn. within a bordnre invecked 
of the 8tf»cond charged with six crescents of the 
field a chief erm. Moncrief, Boghall, Scotland. 

Ai^. a lion ramp betw. three buckles gn. a 

e^f cheqny az. and of the first. Febouson, 
Kiitb, Scotland. 

Ai^ a Hon ramp. betw. three crescents sa. a chief, 
viir. WiLcocKs, London ; and co. Salop, 1634. 
WiLcocKs, Brightlingsea, Essex ; and Totten- 
ham, Middlesex. Wilcox, Middlesex, 1716. 

Arg. s lion pass. betw. three crosses patty fitchy 
go. i chief az. Sir Francis Jokes, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1020. 

At. i Uon pass. betw. three crosses patty fitchy 
or a chief of the second. Johvss. Jones, co. 
B«Tki; London ; and co. Salop ; granted Nov. 
1010. Sir Francis Johes, Lord Mayor of Lon- 
to, 1620 ; descended from Jones, Claverley, 
CO. Salop. 

Ai. a bon pass, gnard. betw. three crosses croslet 
fttefay or a chief of the second. Sir Francis 
JoKzs, Lord Mayor of London, 1620. 

Az. a Uon ramp. betw. three crosses formy fitchy 
«r a chief of the second. Johnes, London. 

Ax. a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet fitchy 
or s chief of the second. Jordan, co. Somer- 
wt; Chittem and Whistley, co. Wilts; 1604. 

Az. a Hon ramp. betw. three flenrs-de-lis or a 
chief tair. Hakdisty, co. York. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. two mnllets in fess gn. a 
chief erm. Moncsieff, Moncriefi*. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. armed and langued az. betw. 
tvo nmlleta .... a chief erm. Moncbibff, 
That Uk, CO. Perth ; Baronetcy 80 November 
16». 

«aGU«f....B«id 

£na. a liofi ramp, gnard. sa. holding betw. the 
P*vs a woolpaek ppr. within a bordnre of the 
MCOBd charged with eight bezants a chief wavy 
fa. thaveoB a bend engr. or betw. two roses 
■i* baibul aod seeded ppr. Bache, Coventry. 



BEAST. UOV betw. or within.... 

and in ohiaf.... cont. 
on a Chief eont, Caatlo 

Or a lion ramp, within a bordnre embattled gn. 
on a chief of the last a castle arg. masoned sa. 
betw. two Moor's heads couped ppr. banded of 
the third. Slesseb, Scotland. 
....Escallopa 

Or a lion ramp. az. betw. three roses gn. on a 
chief sa. as many escallops of the first. 
Graham, Orahamshall, Scotland; a cadet of 
Gorthy. 

....EstoUes 

Arg. a lion pass, in bend betw. two cotises gu. 
on a chief az. as many estoiles or. Cooe, 
London. 

Az. a Uon ramp. arg. within a bordure gu. on a 
chief of the second three stars of the first. 
Inolis, Scotland. 

Az. a lion ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. within 
a bordure of the second over all on a chief or 
three estoiles of the field. Inous, Milton- 
Bryant, CO, Bedford ; Baronetcy 26 June 1801. 
....noor-do-Us 

Vert a lion ramp. betw. three annulets arg. on a 
chief or a fleurs de-lis gu. betw. two towers ppr. 
Flayfaib, Edinburgh. 
....Onn 

Arg. a lion ramp. ppr. holding in the paws an 
eastern crown or betw. three battle-axes sa. a 
chief gu. charged with a fieldpiece mounted on 
a carriage of the second betw. two towers as the 
first the dexter superinscribed " Hatrass *' and 
the sinister "Bhurtpore*' in letters gold. 
Battine ; granted, . . . 
• . • .Hand 

Az. a lion pass. arg. betw. two stars in chief and 
a cross croslet fitchy in base on a chief or a si- 
nister hand couped supported by two lions 
ramp, combatant gu. Burrard. 
«... Hands 

Errainois a lion ramp. sa. betw. three fieurs-de-lis 
az. on a chief indented of the last three 
sinister hands erect and couped or. Munyard, 
Camden Town, Middlesex; granted, , . . 
. . . .Head 

Arg. .a lion ramp. gu. betw. three 5-foiIs vert on a 
chief az. a boar's head couped betw. two fieurs- 
de-lis or. M*GoUAK, Scotland. 
....Molleti 

Az. a lion ramp, within a bordure arg. over all on 
a chief or three mullets of six points as the 
field. Inolis, Milton-Bryant, co. Bedford; 
Baronetcy 26 June 1801. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. four crescents in square 
or on a chief az. three mullets of the field. 
Russell, Longridge. 

Az. a lion ramp. betw. three escallops or on a 
chief arg. as many mullets of the field. 
Ponton, Edinburgh. 

....Boundlet 

Or a lion ramp. az. betw. three arrows ppr. 
headed and feathered arg. two and one on a 
chief gu. as many bezants. Hutton, Scotland. 
Button, Notton Lodge, co. Wilts. 

Or a Uon ramp. gu. betw. three aiTows ppr. 
on a chief of the second as many bezants. 
Hutton. 

....Spear 

Gu. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents arg. on a 
chief embattled of the last a til ting-spear in 
fess head to the sinister the stafi* encircled by 
a chaplet of oak ppr. Studd, Ipswich. 

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BEAST. HON betw. or within 

and in chief. . . .cont. 

on a Ohief eont, Snn 
Arg. a lion pass. gn. betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. 
on a chief of the third the sun in splendonr or. 
Le Poer Trench, Earl of Clanoarty ; formerly 
quartering Power and Gardiner, but now quar- 
tering Le Poer, and over all the quarters an 
escuoheon or ensigned with the coronet of a 
Marquis of the Netherlands, and charged with 
a wheel of six spokes gu. for Heusden. 
Tbench, Baron Ashtown. 
• . . .Sword 
On. a lion ramp. arg. betw. three escallops .... on 
a ohief erm. a sword and branch of oak crossing 
each other in saltire ppr. Cafe. 
Oreicent 
Per chev. embattled az. and sa. in base a lion 
ramp, or a bordure gu. in the dexter chief point 
a crescent arg. in the sinister chief point a 
mullet gold. DuPOBT, Shipshead, co. Leicester. 
Crewents 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. betw. five pierced mullets 
two two and one the lower ones of the second 
the upper ones inclosing two crescents sa. 
Dyson, V*. 
Arg. a lion ramp. betw. five pierced mullets gu. 
in chief two crescents sa. over all a fess az. 

Sr Dyson, Ireland, V, But Dilon, HarL 

MS. 1392, fo. 146. 
Cross 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. betw. three lozenges or each 
charged with an increscent gu. in chief a cross 
croslet of the third. Dare, Cranbrooke House, 
near llford, Essex ; quartering Haxx. 
Cnp 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an antique 
crown or within a bordure erm. in the dexter 
chief point a covered cup of the third. 
M'DowALL, Scotland. 
8-FoU 
Sa. a lion pass. betw. two cotises arg. in the 
sinister chief a 3-foil slipped erm. Browne, 
CO. Derby. 
Sa. a lion ramp. betw. eight 5-foils and a 8-foil in 
chief slipped arg. Clifton, Barrington, co. 
Somerset. 
Oarb 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure erm. in the 
dexter chief a garb of the second. M'Dowal, 
Bankton. 
Heads 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bars sa. charged 
with three bezants in chief as many buck's 
heads cabossed of the second. Parker, Hurst- 
monceaux, Sussex. 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bars sa. charged 
with three bezants two and one in chief as 
many buck's heads of the third. Parker. 
Arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bars sa. charged 
with three bezants two and one in chief three 
(buck's V*.) stag's heads cabossed of the third. 
Sr. Henry Parker, Lord Morley, V. Parker, 
Lord Morley and Monteagle. Parker, Green 
Park, CO. Cork. 
Arg. a lion pass. betw. two bars sa. the upper 
charged with a crescent arg. betw. two plates 
the lower with a single plate in chief three 
stag's heads cabossed of the second. Parker, 
Eatton ; quartered by Eliott 
MoUet 
Az. a lion ramp. betw. three boar's heads couped 
or in chief a mullet arg. Gordon, Cadiz. 



BEAST. HON betw. or within.... 

and in chief.... tfont. 
ICnUeta 
Arg. a lion pass. betw. two barrulets gu. in chief 

as many mullets az. M'Canald, Scotland. 
Arg. a lion pass. betw. two barrulets gu. in chief 
three mullets az. Makraynald or M'Raynald, 
Scotland. 

OX betw. or within. . . . 

and in Chief. . . . 

on a Canton. . . .Harp 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. armed or within a bordure 

of the second bezanty on a canton sinister az. 

a harp of Ireland. Cole. 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. armed and unguled or within 

a bordure of the second bezanty on a canton 

az. a harp of the third stringed of the first 

Cole, Earl of Enniskillen. 
....Head 
Arg. a bull gu. within a bordure sa. bezanty on a 

canton erm. a nag's head ppr. over which on a 

chief or three estoiles gu. Cole, Brandrum, 

CO. Monaghan ; descended from Edward C(^e, 

Twickenham, bom 1579. 
Chief 
Gu. a bull betw. three roaches haurient arg. a 

chief chequy or and az. Roche, co. York. 
Or a bull pass. gu. betw. three roaches haurient 

ppr. a chief chequy az. and of the first. Roche, 

Lord Mayor of London, 1540. 
Or a bull trippant betw. three dragon's heads 

erased g^. a chief countercompony az. and arg. 

Sir William Roche, Lord Mayor of London, 

1531*2 ; the heiress m. Boteler. Roche, Lanier, 

CO. Hertford. 

on a Chief .... Boondles 
Per pale or and arg. a bull pass, within a bordure 

sa. on a chief of the last three bezants. Cole, 

Shenley, co. Herts, 1040. 
Mitre 
Arg. a bull pass. sa. armed and nng^led or within 

a bordure of the second bezanty in the middle 

chief point a mitre gold. Walter le Hert, 

Bishop of Norwich, 1446-72. 
Piles 
Vert a lion ramp, within a bordure eDgr. arg. 

charged with six popinjays of the field beak^ 

and membered gu. two piles also engr. issuant 

ftrom the chief of the second. Home, Well 

Manor Farm, co. Hants ; Baronetcy 2 January 

1813. 



SHEEP betw. or within.... 

and in ohief. . . . 

Per pale gu. and az. a fleece round the body a 
collar and ring on each side a fleur-de-lis in 
chief a lion pass, guard, all or. Town of 
Tavistock, co. Devon. 

SCAB betw. or within .... 

and in base.... 

Arg. a boar pass. gu. crined or betw. three long 
bows charged with arrows and bent pointing in 
centre one in chief and a skiff with oars sa. 
within the two in base. O'Malley, RosehiU, 
CO. Mayo ; Baronetcy 2 July 1804. 

HOtTHD betw. or within.... 

and in base.... 

Per fess arg. and sa. in chief a, greyhound cour. 
ant a bordure engr. and in* base an owl all 
counterchanged. Ford, Chngford, Bagtor, and 
Mutwell, CO. Devon. Forde, 1624, IT. The grey- 
hound collared counterchanged and the legs of 
the bird or; John Ford, Ashberton, co. Devon,K. 



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139 



BEACT. UOVbetw. or within.... 

and in base,... 
Cretoenta 
Per fes8 az. and gu. in chief a lion ramp, or betw. 
two swords ppr. and in base throe crescents 
two and one arg. Mac Loohun, Ireland. 
Graft or Bnutt 
Gil a lion ramp, or betw. two flaunches erm. 

and a graft in point of the last Ceely, F*. 
Gn. ft lion ramp, or betw. two flaunches and a 
gusset in base erm. Cely Ceely or Ceily, 
HsTering, Essex. 
Sword 
Gn. a lion pass, in chief betw. two masoles and 
in base a sword palewise point downwards 
betw. two boar's heads coaped arg. Slewman, 
Scotland. 

On 1 BEAR 

Arg. on a bear salient sa. a fi.foil of the first at 
the shoolder. Appleton. 

On 1 DEER 

Mullet 
Az. on a back lodged arg. a mullet sa. at the 

tfaoolder. Dowks or Downes, V*. 
It on a hart lodged arg. a mullet (? for diff.). 

Frtncis Dowbtb or Dowmes, Little Hjde, co. 

Hereford, W. 
Az. on a stag, lodged arg. upon a mount vert a 

mullet sa. at the shoulder. Downes. 

On 1 DO0 

Aig. on a talbot pass. sa. gouttes d*or. SHiRiNaTON, 

Arg. on a talbot statant sa. gouttes d'or 
Shejoxotoh, F. 

On 1 OOAT 

^ on a goat sa. standing on a child ppr. in a 
otdle gu. swaddled or and feeding on an oak- 
tree upon a mount vert gouttes d'eau. Dayies, 
Hmley Park, co. Worcester ; quartering Baillie 
md Pierce ; descended like Dayies, Woodgate, 
and Danehurst, Sussex ; from Dayies, Marsh. 

On 1 LIOV 
Annnlet 
Aig. on a lion ramp. sa. an annulet.. ..at the 

shonlder. Brian de Stapot.ton, Y, 
Baraacle tee Briie. 
Banda 
Sa. on a lion rmmp. arg. three bends (another 

bendlets) gu. Holme, V. Holmes, North 

II jmea, co. Hertford ; and Hampoll, co. York. 
BiUeto 
Arg. on a lioo ramp. az. billets of the field. 

Halsby, CO. Leicester. 
Aig. on a lion ramp. sa. billets or. Ascheby. 

AsBBY. CO. Xeieester. Monsire Robert de 

AiKEBY, F. Roger de Askeby, Y, Sire Robert 

de AsscHEBYy N, TnjjoLL. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, vert billets of the field 

WnxiAMs. 
Ai. on a lion ramp. arg. billets gu. Sr de 

Bbcyk, Cumberiand, V. Bbuydc. Jackson, V. 
Ax. on a lion ramp. arg. billets sa. Goldwell. 

GocLDWBLL, Kent. 
Az. on a lion ramp, or billets gu. Bbowiong, 

Gnabridge. Bbymb. 
Go. in chief on a lion pass, guard, arg. billets sa. 

Bobcrt Bmur.JS. 
Ga. on ft lion ramp. arg. billets sa. Oouldwell, 

Kent 

Go. oB a lion ramp. arg. billeU sa. a label com- 
pony az. and vert. Blammestxr. 



BEAST. 



On 1 HON.... cent. 



Billets corU, 

Gu. on a lion ramp, or billets of the first. 
Bulmeb, F*. Bxtllmer, Sheriff Hutton, co. 
York, temp. Edward I, V. 

Gu. on a lion ramp, or billets sa. Ausketill 
Bulheb, Shireshoton, F. 

Or on a lion ramp. sa. billets arg. Ganeth, co. 
Cambridge. 

Per chief or and az. over all on a lion ramp. arg. 
billets .... Goldwell. 

Per chief or and az. over all on a lion ramp. arg. 
billets sa. Gouldweu., Wisbeach, co. Cam- 
bridge ; and Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk. Tho- 
mas Goldwell, Bishop of St Asaph, 1556-8. 
GeflSrey Goldwell, Great Chard, Kent, V. 

Sa. on a lion ramp, crowned or billets of the first. 
Delaplancpe, CO. Buckingham. 
Brise 

Or on a lion ramp. az. < ung brize* (? a barnacle, 
or f a gad-fly) arg. Sr. Piers de Bbeysey or 
Pebsey, L. 

Bird Ohaffinoh 

Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a ^pinzon* or at the 
shoulder. . . . Sire .... Mounpynzon, N, 
....Martlet 

Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a martlet of the first at 
the shoulder. Mompesson, Bathampton, co. 
Wilts. 

Or on a lion ramp. sa. a martlet arg. at the 
shoulder. Polley, co. tCambridge. 

Per bend sinister erm. and sa. on a lion ramp, or 
a martlet gu. at the shoulder. Tbeyqb, 
Norfolk. 
Caltrapa 

Vert on a lion ramp, or caltraps sa. Lxohtobles, 
CO. Lancaster. 
Cheas-rook 

Sa. on a lion ramp. arg. a chess rook gu. at the 
shoulder. Sir Christofer de Yebdon, R, Mon- 
sire Thomas de Yebdon, Y, 
CheTTona 

Or on a lion ramp. gu. three chev. arg. Sr. John 
Baitde, V. Rand, Norton, Gateshead, and 
London, 1578-1606. Rande or Rand, North- 
ampton, and Rowell, co. Northampton. 
Cresoent 

Arg. on a lion ramp. az. armed gu. a orescent 
of the field (another, or) at the shoulder. 
Atbell. 

Arg. on a lion ramp, double tailed purp. ducally 
crowned or a crescent at the neck.... 
FoLUOTT, Ballyshannon, created Baron Folliot, 
1610; descended from Folliot of Pyrton; the 
coheirs m. Foley, Walker, Powell, Jones, and 
Baugh. 

Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. a crescent. • ..at the 
shoulder. Mowbbay. 

Or on a lion ramp. az. armed gu. a crescent of 
the third at the shoulder. Athell. 

Or on a lion ramp. sa. a crescent arg. at the 
shoulder. Pooley, co. Chester, and Suffolk. 

Or on a lion ramp, vert a crescent sa. at the 
shoulder. Sutton. 

Per pale erm. and or on a lion ramp. gu. a cres- 
cent. ... at the shoulder. Withie. 

Per pale sa. and gn. on a lion ramp, guard, arg. 
crowned or a crescent, ... (of the second, F*.) 
at the shoulder. Edward Bestney, Some, co. 
Cambridge, V, 

Per pale sa. and gu. on a lion ramp, guard, crowned 
or a crescent af the second at the shoulder 
Bestney. 



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AN ORDINAKY OF 



BEAST. On 1 HON . . . .cont, 

OroM 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked parp. crowned or 

a cross patty of the field. Story. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. purp. a cross pattj or at the 

shoulder. Stoby. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked parp. a cross 

patty or at the shoulder. M. Richard Story, S. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a cross patty of the field 

at the hreast. Pownall, Pownall, co. Chester; 

a heiress, ahout 1328, m. Fitton ; and its hranch 

PowNALL, Bamton, co. Chester; from which 

descended Thomas Pownall, Governor of New 

Jersey, oh. 1805 ; Sir George Pownall, oh. 1834 ; 

and Pownall, Liverpool. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a cross patty of the field 

at the shoulder. Newton, co. Somerset; and 

Sussex. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked sa. armed gn. a 

cross patty of the field at the shoulder. 

Newton, London; co. Somerset; Suffolk; 

Southover, Sussex ; and co. Wilts. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a cross patty or at the 

shoulder. Newton, Newton, co. Chester. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a cross croslet 

or at the shoulder. Newton, Sufiblk. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, vert a cross potent. . . .at the 

shoulder. Sherburne, Stonyhurst, co. Lan- 
caster ; Baronetcy 5 February 1665-6 ; extinct 

1717. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. a cross croslet gu. Brun. 
Az. flory arg. on a lion ramp, of the last a cross 

patty gu. at the shoulder. Syr Otes Holland, Q. 
Az. on alien ramp, or crowned arg. a cross croslet 

sa. at the shoulder. Dakell, co. Wilts, V. 
Az. semy of crosses croslet or oh a lion ramp. 

ducally crowned of the last a cross croslet 

sa. at the shoulder. Brewes. 
Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. a cross croslet of the 

field at the shoulder. Salisbury. 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. a cross patty arg. at the 

shoulder. Thomas Pownali., Wrexham, co. 

Salop, 1643; ob. 1695; and his descendants, 

until 1810, when a chief wavy az. charged with 

a dolphin naiant or betw. two crescents arg. 

was added in memory of John Fish, Kempton 

Park, Middlesex. 
Vert on a lion ramp. arg. a cross patty gu. at the 

shoulder. Love, co. Oxford; Norton and 

Goudhurst, co. Hants. 
Vert on a lion ramp, guard, or a cross formygu. 

at the shoulder. Love , Agnow, co. Northampton . 
GroBseB 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. semy of crosses croslet 

fitchy gu. Browne, W. 
Per fess gu. and sa. a lion ramp. arg. semy of 

crosses croslet of the first. Lodge, Leeds, co. 

York. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. powdered with crosses croslet 

of the field. Holmes, co. York. 
Escallopi 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. three escallops arg. 

Barnaby, CO. Salop. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. hung about with escallop shells 

arg. Barnby, Bamby and Midhope, co. York ; 

the coheirs m. AUott and Bowden. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. armed and langned gu. pow- 
dered with escallops arg. Barneby, Bameby 

Hall in Cowthome, co. York. 
Sscarbnnele 
Per pale az. and gu. on a lion ramp. arg. an es- 

carbunde of Uie second* at the shoulder. 

Halton, Bristol. 



B£AST« 



On 1 LIOV.... eont. 



Esonebeoil 
Gn. a lion ramp. erm. gorged with a collar gemel 

az. therefrom pendent an escncheon of the last 

charged with a mullet arg. Pownall, Liver- 
pool ; and Pownall, co. Chester ; derived from 

the Bamton branch of Pownall, Pownall. 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. an antique escucheon or 

charged with a cross patty gu. Pownall. 
EstoUe 
Arg. on a lion pass, guard, g^. crowned or a star 

of the first at the breast. Ooilvy, InchmartiDe, 

Scotland. 
Arg. crusily fitchy gu. on a lion ramp, of the se- 
cond armed and langued or an 6stoile....at 

the shoulder. Brett. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. crowned or a star of the 

first at the shoulder. M^Dowall or M^Dougal, 

M*Eerston, Scotland. 
Erm. on a Hon ramp. sa. an estoile or at the 

shoulder. Blaquiere, Baron de Blaquiere. 
FeM 
Or on a lion ramp. gu. a fess of the field. Barby, 

Ireland. 
Or on a lion ramp, vair a fess gu. Monsire 

Richard le Jen, Y, 
Vert on a lion ramp, or a fess go. Richard de 

Fen, F. 
Fish 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a dolphin of the field at 

the shoulder. Ellis. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a dolphin or at the shoulder. 

MoMFEssoN, Norfolk. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. so. a dolphin embowed 

naiant or at the shoulder. Sr. Ellis de 

MoNTPiNsoN or MouNTPiNZON, Norfolk, temp. 

Edward III, F. Mountpinzo, V*, 
Flenr-de-lii 
Arg. on a demi-Iion ramp. sa. a fleur-de-lis or at 

the shoulder. Mervyn, Trellick Castle, co. 

Tyrone; descended from Mervyn, Pertwood, 

and Fonthill Giffard, co. Wilts. 
Arg. on a demi-lion ramp. gu. a fieur-de-lis or at 

the shoulder. Mervyn, W. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. az. a fleur-de-lis gu. at the 

shoulder. Geravaise de Clifton, Y. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. az. a fleur-de-lis or at the 

shoulder. M. Boger Fauconberge, S. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. gu. crowned or a fieur-de-Us 

gold at the shoulder. Bavent, V, 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. crowned or a fleur-de-lis 

of the first at the shoulder. Morley. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a fleur-de-lis or 

at the shoulder. Sir Philip Berinoton, L. 

Monsire .... Walkfayre, Y, Warbinoton or 

Warmynton. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked sa. a fleur-de-lis 

or at the shoulder. Berinoton, co. Leicester. 

Sir Philip Barrington or de Carbinoton, L, 

94. Sire Felip de Barinqtonb, N, 
Arg. on a lion ramp. taU forked and nowed sa. a 

fleur-de-lis or at the shoulder. Sr. Philipp 

Barington, CO. Leicester, temp. Edward HI, F. 

Sr. Thomas Barinton, temp. Edward II, F. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, double tailed sa. a fleur-de- 
lis or at the shoulder. Barrington, F*. 
Az. crusily or on a lion ramp. arg. a fleor-de-Ua 

sa. at the breast. Jurdon, Walverton. 
Az. crusily or on a lion ramp, of the last a flenr- 

de-lis gu. at the shoulder. Breuss. Sire 

Giles de Breouse, N, 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. a flear-de-lis gu. at the 

shoulder. Monsire Jerves de Clifton, Y. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



Ul 



BEAST. On 1 UOV. . . .cofit. 

nenr-de-lif eont, 
Gil on ft lion ninp. arg. a fleur-de-lis az. at the 

shoulder. Daldebubgh or Daldebbbiohe. 

Sir Hagh Daldebcboh, V, 
60. 00 ft lion ramp. arg. a fleur-de-lis sa. at the 

shoalder. Datebobough. 
Or 00 ft lioo ramp. az. a fleor-de lis of the field. 

Eqbemono. 
Or 00 ft lioQ ramp. az. dueally crowned arg. a 

fleor-de-lis gold at the shoalder. Sr 

D'EaREXOKD, V. 

Or on ft Hon ramp, with two tails gn. ooUared 
arg. ft fleor-de-lis of the first at the shoulder. 
Maixost, Woodford, co. Northampton. 

Sft. on ft lioo ramp. arg. a flear-de-Us gn. at the 
shoulder. Sir Stephen de Seobave, L. And 
OTcr all a baton engr. go. Sir Heniy de 
Seokaye, L. 

St. <m ft lion ramp. arg. crowned or a flear-de-lis 
gTL JohftD de Sbgbave, O. Sir Stephen 
SiG&iTE, L. SirEstevenedeSEOBAVEfN. And 
over ftll a baton engr. gn. Sir Henry de 
SteiATE, L. 
neajrt-d»-lit 

iif. OB ft lion ramp. sa. crowned or five fleurs- 
de-lis of the last. Sr de Babinoton, co. 

Leieestcr, F. 

iriE. 00 a lion ramp, tail forked sa. five flenrs de- 
lis or. Sr. Thomas BABiMTOif , temp. Edward 
U, V. Babaktyne, F. The lion doable tailed. 
Baetitoh, V, 

Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. fleurs-de-lis or. 
BiBuxoToif, CO. Somerset. 

ifg. OB a lion ramp. sa. crowned or fleurs-de-lis 
pM. Babbikoton, F». 

^ so ft lion ramp, double tailed sa. fleurs-de- 
hsor. Babantixk, F*. 

Oil oa a lion ramp. erm. fleurs-de-lis az. 
DiLUB0T70H or Daldebbough. 

Or 00 ft lion ramp. az. flenrs gold. Eobemond. 

Or on ft Uon ramp, doable tailed sa. fleurs-de-lis 
pAA. Babaktins. 

irg. on t lion ramp. sa. dueally crowned or a 
^foil slipped vert at the shoulder. Ducame. 

Az.on a Uon ramp, or dueally crowned arg. a 
^foil shpped sa. at the shoulder. Sr. James 
DittLL, CalehUl, Kent, F. 

Ot. on ft lion ramp, per fees arg. and sa. crowned 
or ft $.foil slipped vert. Gbbeme, Chester, 
H«H.JfS. 1685,fo. 15,b. 
l-FoQ 

Arg. oa a Hon ramp. gu. a 5-foil of the field at the 
■hoolder. Eskuc Esteb or Estele, co. Lei- 
oftrter. Sr. Andrew de Esteley, H. Sir 
Nicholas Esixeioh or Astleioh, I. Sir 
Nicolas de Estles, N, And with a label of 
three points az. Sire Giles de Estlee, N. 
^ Giltft de EsTLET, co. Leicester, temp. £d- 
•wllU, F. Esteley, F*. 

AriK- 00 ft lion ramp. gu. a 5-foil of the first at the 
*hoiiHer a label of three points az. Asoley. 

£STELKY or E8Ti:.EY. 

Af. 00 a Hon ramp. gu. a 6foil of the first 
^y^v ftU a baton or bendlet az. EsTATyoBD. 
Etkxutab, eo. Uncoln. Ethelstan, co. Lei- 
**>t«r. Sire Riehard de Eohbbastone, N, 
8r. Bieh«d Esohelaston, 00. Leicester, temp. 
Edward DI, F. 

Af|. Qo a lion ramp. gu. a 0-foil erm. at the 
'^^'vUer. Thomas Astblee, F. Monsire 
Tboaai de Astlbt, Y, Esteley, co. Leicester. 



BEAST. On 1 LION.... cont. 

5-Foil eont. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a 5-foil or at the shoulder. 

Walktabe. Wakefobe, F*. Sir Robert 

Wakefabe, Norfolk, temp. Edward III, F. 
Fretty 
Arg. a lion ramp. az. fretty of the field. 

Bolton. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail forked (doable tailed V*) 

az. fretty or. Cokeham, F. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. fretty of the first. Robert 

de AsHBY, temp. Edward I, F. 
Erm. a lion ramp, per fess az. and gu. fretty or. 

FoBDEB or FoBDOBE, Surrey. 
Gu. a 'lion ramp. arg. fretty az. Sr. William 

de HuLTON, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp. erm. firetty sa. Blackbobne,F*. 

Blackboubne, F. 
Gu. a lion ramp, or fretty az. Debnfobd. 

Mabmion, F*. Sr. William Mabmyon, co. 

Gloucester, F. 
Or a lion ramp. az. fretty arg. Benton. Raphe 

Boxhill, F. Monsire .... Boxhill, Y, Sr. 

Allan Boxhull, Surrey, temp. Edward I, F. 

Boxhull or Boxmell, Sussex. Sire Alayn de 

BoKESHULLE, 0. Sire Alleyn de Boxhulle, N, 

Boxull. Buckhull or Bugkshall, Sussex. 

BUKEYL or BUKELEEL. VOXHTLL. 

Or a lion ramp, double tailed az. fretty arg. 

BUCKILL. 

Or a lion ramp. az. fretty or. , Bexhull or Bexull. 

Per fess erm. and arg. a lion ramp. az. and 

gu. fretty of the second in the upper part. 

FoBDEB, F*. 

Goutte 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a goutte d*or streaming 

at the shoulder. Ludlow. 
Arg. a lion ramp, vert mouth bloody. Joanes, 

London, and co. Worcester; granted 1634; 

quartering gu. a bend or, and over all a label 

of three points sa. a martlet for difl*. 
Arg. a lion ramp, vert vulned ppr. at the mouth. 

TyrwhittJoNEs, Stanley Hall, co. Salop. Baro- 
netcy 8 October 1808 ; quartering Tyrwhitt 
Arg. a lion ramp. vert, vulned gu. at the breast 

Jones, Chilton, and Shrewsbury, co. Salop; 

granted 16 June 1607. 
Arg. a lion ramp. vert, vulned gu. at the shoulder. 

Jones, co. Denbigh. Jones, co. Salop, W. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned or vulned gu. at 

the shoulder. Dabell, Sessay. 
Gu. a lion ramp. erm. vulned of the first at the 

shoulder. Gbobham, Great Wishford, co. Wilts. 

Gbubhak, Bishops' Lediard. Gbubbam. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. vulned gu. at the breast. 

Sames Sammes or Sams, Little Tothara, and 

Toalson, Essex. 
Per pale gu. and az. a lion ramp, or vulned of the 

field. Hankey, Overton, co. Chester. Harl, 

MS. 1535, fo. 17. 
Vert a lion ramp. arg. vulned gu. at the shoulder. 

BoLEBEE, CO. Buckingham. Bulbegk, Essex. 

Bdllbeok. 
Vert a Hon ramp, or valued gu. at the shoulder. 

Robsabd, F. Robsabt, F*. Robsebt, Nor- 
mandy, and Warwick, temp. Richard II. 
Gouttes 
.... on a lion ramp, with two heads .... gouttes 

de sang. Mason. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. az. crowned or gouttes erm. 

Hancloo. Handlow, CO. Oxford. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. az. gouttes d'or. Ashby, co. 

Leicester. Bibnell, co. Oxford. Bubvell, F. 



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BEAST. 



On 1 LION....cont. 



Gonttet cont, 

BiTBNiLL. Sr. de Byrneu., Hold, oo. Oxford. F. 

Hadlow. Hallak , Hallam, CO. York. Hallam, 

West-Hallam, Kirk-Hallam,and Hallam-Parra, 

CO. Derby. Halom , V. Sir John de Haxlowe 

Hanlb or Hauz£, L, Sire Johan de Hanlou 

or Hattlou, Nf Y. Monsire John de Hanlow 

orHALOu, Y. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. az. crowned or gouttes gold. 

Sir John Handlow, V, HA2a)L0WE, V*. 
Arg. on a lion ramp, tail forked az. crowned gold 

gouttes d'or. Sr de Bubnell, V. 

Arg. on a lion ramp, doable tailed az. crowned 

gold gouttes d'or. De Bubnell, F*. * 
Arg. on a lion ramp. gu. gouttes d'or. Ashby, 

CO. Leicester. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. gouttes d'eau. Mobtdier, 

Yamouth, Scotland. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. gouttes d'or. Birnell, 

CO. Oxford. Bbomewich or Bbomwich, co. 

Gloucester, co. Hereford, and co. Hertford. 

Mobtdier, Craigyvar, Scotland. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. crowned or gouttes 

d'eau. GosYN, Kent. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes de larmes. 

FosTEB, Essex. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes de sang. 

Bebesfobd. Bbowne. Bbuin. Bbyme, Cum- 
berland. Sire Richard le Bbun, N. Bbynne, F. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. tail erect gouttes de sang. 

Thomas Bbune, F. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes purp. Fosteb, 

Essex, F, and Suffolk. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. armed or gouttes de 

poix. Coyell. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. crowned or gouttes de 

sang. CosYN, co. Dorset. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. collared gu. and ducally 

crowned or gouttes de poix. Jabbext, London ; 

granUd 19th May 1696. 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. langued and collared gu. 

crowned or gouttes de poix. Gabbet. 
Az. on a lion ramp, guard, arg. ducally crowned 

or gouttes de sang. Bxtbnell. 
Az. on a lion ramp, ducally crowned or gouttes 

de sang. Gossen, Penzance. 
Az. on a lion ramp, crowned or gouttes de sang. 

Cosine, Kent, W, Mandebne, Penzance, 

Cornwall. 
Az. on a lion ramp, tail forked or gouttes de 

sang. CosYN. 
Az. on a lion ramp, tail forked and renowed or 

crowned arg. gouttes de sang. Robert Cosine, 

CO. Dorset, F. 
Az. on a lion ramp, double-tailed and nowed (or) 

gouttes de sang. Cosyn, V*, 
Erm. on a lion ramp. gu. gouttes d'or. Rous. 
Erm. on a lion ramp, per fess gu. and az. gouttes 

d'eau. FoBDEOB. 
Gu. on a lion pass, guard, arg. gouttes de sang. 

Ryvell. 
Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes purp. Foster, 

Essex. 
Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes de poix. John 

Nevylle le Forester, Y. 
Gu. on a lion pass, guard, or spots or gouttes sa. 

Ablote or Arlott. 
Gu. on a lion ramp, or gouttes de poix. Harhlyn. 

Hankalyn. Monsire Hamlyn, Y. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. on a lion ramp, of 

the first gouttes de sang. Maoklow or 

MocKLOW. CO. Worcester. 



BEAST. 



On 1 LIOH'....eofU. 



Gonttet cont. 
Or on a lion ramp. az. gouttes de sang. 

Mortimer, London. 
Or on a lion ramp. gu. gouttes gold. Mobtdobb, 

Scotland; descended fh>m Alanus deMoBTmsB, 

Lord, by marriage with the heiress of Yipont, 

1126, of Aberdour. 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. gouttes d'eau. Granetz, 

Wales, F. Granlbsse or Gbantz, Wales. 

Mortimer. 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. wounds all over gn. Sr. 

Thomas Lodelowe, F. Ludlow, Morehouse, 

CO. Salop. 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. gouttes gold. Sr. .... 

de Bromwich, F. Bromewich or Bromwicb, 

CO. Gloucester, co. Hereford, and co. Hertford. 

Covert or Court. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a lion ramp. sa. 

gouttes d'or. Mortimer, Auchenbody, Scot- 
land. 
Per chief or and az. over all on a lion ramp. arg. 

gouttes de poix. James Goldwell, Bishop of 

Norwich 1472-99. 
Per fess arg. and sa. on a lion ramp, the lower 

part erm. over the upper part gouttes d'eau. 

Kynnelmarch, v.* 
Per fess arg. and sa. on a lion ramp, gouttes 

counterchanged. Kynnelmarch, F. 
Per pale gu. and az. over all on a lion ramp, or 

gouttes de sang. Sir Adolphus Ouohton, 1 779. 
Sa. on a lion ramp. arg. gouttes de sang. Nevill, 

Essex. 

Insect (Oadpfly) see Brin. 
Key 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. holding in the dexter 

paw a trident or a key in pale of the field at 

the side. Ochterlony ; certified 1779. 
Xascles 
Arg. on a lion ramp, (purp.) masoles (lozenges 

voided ) or. Thomas Hartford, Badesworth, Y. 
Mullet 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a pierced mullet go. at 

the shoulder. M. Bryan de Stapblton, S, 
Arg. on a lion ramp. g^. a mullet .... at the 

shoulder. Duboys, London ; greeted 1634. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. gu. collared of the field with 

a mullet az. at Uie shoulder. Aysildey. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a mullet (another the 

mullet pierced) gu. at the shoulder. Stapleton, 

temp. Edward 111. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. a mullet or at the shoul- 
der. Sir Thomas Mompesson, Bathbampton, 

CO. Wilts, 1730. Myles Stapilton, S. Sire 

Robert de Walkefarb, N, 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. a pierced mallet sa. at 

the shoulder. Crewe. 
Az. flory arg. on a lion ramp, reguard. of the 

second a mullet . . • . at the shoulder over all a 

bend gn. Brett. 
Or on a lion ramp. az. a mullet of the field at the 

shoulder. M. Banff Percy, iSf. 
Or on a lion pass. gu. a mullet •••. at the 

shoulder. Games, F. 
Or on a lion pass. gu. a pierced mullet arg. at the 

shoulder. Games. 
Or on a lion ramp. g^. a pierced mullet arg. at 

the shoulder. M. George Felbrioe, S. 
Or on a lion ramp, tail forked vert a mullet arg. 

Sutton, co. Leicester. 
Per fess or and sa. on a lion ramp, per fess axg. 

and of the first a mullet .... at the shoulder. 

John Wellysand, F. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



U3 



B£AST. On 1 LIOH c<mU 

Bovndle 
Go. on a lion ramp, or a plate at the breast. 

MOXRIS. 

Soimdlea 
Era. on a demi-lion ramp, erased az. collared or 

three torteaiix. Cabo. 
Xzg. on a lion ramp. sa. docally crowned or eight 

ronndles az. Bubwbll, V*, 
BttTf of five arg. and go. over aU on a lion ramp. 

doable-tailed or pellets. Bbanoon, Chamber- 

kin of London. 
Per pale gn. and az. on a lion ramp. arg. pellets. 

Stoceet, Bradstet, Kent 
St. on a lion ramp. arg. pellets. Bbowme, W, 

Spota 
Go. on a lion pass, guard, or spots sa. Ablote 

or Ablott. 
Stople 
irg. on a Ucai ramp. sa. a staple or at the shoal- 

der. Stapleton, co. Lancaster. 
Tkilfl 
Per fbs indented sa. and arg. on a lion ramp. 

emntercbaDged three erm. spots in cbev. at 

the ihoolder. Ktffik, Belmont, co. Denbigh. 

ITomd MO Ooutta. 



CroM 



OnlOX 



Arg. on a boll statant ga. armed or upon a mount 
Tcrt a plain ctohs arg. at the shoulder. Ridley. 
Sitiiile 

Arg. on a boll pass. gu. upon a mount with rushes 
Pfv. a star at the shoulder. Rtdlet, Willi- 
ocnswight, Northumberland; confirmed 11 
i^ 1581. 

On 1 WOLF 
4.Fdl 

Ax (m a wolf salient arg. a 4-foil gu. at the 
hntoL Patis. CO. Hereford; quartering 
Bcmu 

Fltnr-de-lii 

Az. on a wolf ramp. arg. a fleur-de-lis gu. at the 
dioulder. DuK, Bristol ; granted 1558. 
OMtte 

Per pale az. and gu. a wolf salient or Tulned of 
the second at the shoulder. Hawke. 

Ptf pate go. and az. a wolf salient erminois 
vuhked on the shoulder of the first. Sir Henry 
Hajcket, Alderman of London, oh. 1736 ; from 
las eldest son. Alderman Sir Joseph Hakkey, 
toired Hahkkt, East Bergholt, Suffolk ; and 
from his aeoood son, Alderman Sir Thomas 
HAnzT, Basket, London, and Fetcham Park, 



Az. on a wdf ramp. arg. an erm. spot at the 
shoolder. Sir Daniel Bun, W. 

On 1 BSEB and in ohief . ... 
Per cbev. or and rert in base on a hind trippant 
vg. a cross tan and in chief a cross tau betw. 
t«o citMwes patonce fitchjr gu. Cbossley, 
Irelaod, 1725. 

On 1 DOO and in chief. . . . 
Aif. OD a talbot sa. a 3-foil slipped or at the 
«fc<^u^w ofD a chief indented az. three crosses 
ootWi of the third. Keke, Norfolk, and 
Salblk. 



Or oQ A htm ramp. az. a bezant at the shoulder 
io doef two marUeta sa. Jones, London. 



BEAST. On 1 LION and In ohief. . . . 

Cftnton 
Sa. on a lion ramp, or gouttes sa. a canton of the 

second. Edwabds, Bermondsey, Surrey, W. 

on a Canton 
Per fess or and az. on a lion ramp, gouttes coun- 

terchanged a canton of the second charged 

with a roebuck's head couped of the first. 

Sadleb, CO. Hertford. 
Chief 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. billets sa. a chief of the 

last. GouLDWELL, Kent 
Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. billets sa. a chief of the 

last. GODLDWELL, Eout. 

on a Chief. . . .Anchor 

Az. on a lion ramp. arg. an eagle displ. sa. at the 
shoulder on a chief wavy erm. an anchor erect 
of the third the shank surrounded with a naval 
crown rim az. stems and sails ppr. Louis, 
Chelston, co. Devon, Baronetcy 7 April 1806. 
....Esoallopi 

Arg. goutty de sang, on a lion ramp. sa. gouttes 
d'or a chief az. charged with three escallops 
arg. PATTisoNf Kelvin Grove, Scotland ; quar- 
tering Robertson, and on an escuoheon of 
pretence Moncrief. 
....Fiih 

Or on a lion ramp. sa. a cross patty of the first at 
the shoulder (Pownall, Wrexham, co. Salop, 
1643 ; with an augmentation in memory of 
John Fish, Kempton Park, Middlesex, of) a 
chief wavy az. charged with a dolphin embowed 
as the field betw. two crescents arg. ; granted 
1819 to the descendants of Thomas Pownall, 
and now borne by Henry Pownall, Chairman 
of the Magistrates for Middlesex, impaling 
Waterhouse. 

On 1 BOAB and in base. . . . 
Az. on a boar or a fleur-de-lis gu. in base three 

3-foils slipped of the second. Massimobebo, 

Gunby, and Bratoft, co. Lincoln. 
Az. on a boar statant or a cross g^. at the 

shoulder in base three 4.foils of the second. 

Massimobebd, F. 

On 1 DOO betw. or within.... 
Gu. on a greyhound courant in fess arg. collared 
az. betw. three pheons or a torteau at the 
shoulder. Jackson, Bath, co. Somerset. 

On 1 H0S8E betw. or within. . . . 
Gu. on a horse courant or with a plume to the 
head bridle saddle and trappings of the field 
betw. three garbs as the second a &*foil at the 
shoulder like the first the hip covered by an 
escucheon .... charged with a cross .... 
Malt, V, 

On 1 LION betw. or within.... 
Annulets 
Or on a lion pass. betw. three annulets sa. a mart- 
let. .. . Thomas Tudeb, Hartwell, co. North- 
ampton, W. 

Bordore .... Crosses 
Az. on a lion ramp, within a bordure flory arg. 
crosses croslet fitchy gu. Sir Thomas Lodge, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1562. 
Az. on a lion ramp, within a bordure arg. charged 
with eight fleurs-de-lis of the third crosses 
patty fitchy gu. Lodge, Bodsilin, co. Carnarvon. 
.... 5-F(^ 
Arg. on a lion ramp, within a bordure gu. a 5-foil 
of the first. Ebdtngton. 



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BEAST. On 1 HON botw. or within.. • . .eont. 
Bordnre eont, Gonttei 

4 ... on a lion ramp crowned .... within a 

bordure compony .... and .... gouttes .... Eo- 
bert Waldbt, Archbishop of Dublin, Bishop of 
Chichester, 1396, and Archb. of York 1896-8. 
....Head (BeMt) Boar 

On. on a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. arg. 
a boar's head couped az. at the breast. Hobton, 
Chaderton, co. Lancaster ; Baronetcy 19 Janu- 
ary 1764, extinct 2 March 1821, and Howroyde, 
CO. York ; descended through Joshua Hobton, 
Sowerby, n. 1619, from William Hobton, 
Barkisland, Halifax; the heiresses m. Rhys 
and Pollard. 

Gu. on a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. arg. a 
boar's head couped sa. Gbeen ; granted 1725. 

* ■ . . Jkoy 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. holding in the paws a 
trident erect or within a bordure wary as the 
second charged with four buckles gu. a key 
wards upwards of the field at the shoulder. 
OcHTEBLONY ; Barouetcy 8 December 1828. 

....Mallet 
Gu. on a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. 
arg. a mullet of the first at the shoulder. 
William Gbey, Bishop of London 1426 ; Lincoln 
1431-6. 
Gu. on a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. 
or a mullet arg. at the shoulder. John 
Talbott, r. 

....Bonndie 

Gu. on a lion ramp, within a bordure indented 
or pelletty a pellet. Mobbice or Mobts, 
London. 

Greicenta ....Bar - 

Arg. on a lion ramp. betw. four cresoents inclosing 
estoiles gu. a bar oz. Dillon, Chimwell, 
Wroughton, and Hai't, in Heanton, co. Devon ; 
Farthingoe, co. Northampton. Dillon, New- 
ton-Farrers and Bratton, co. Devon. 

.... Crescent 
Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. betw. three crescents or 
a crescent sa. at the shoulder. Salisbuby, 
Bavenston, Burgland, co. Leicester. 

....Gouttes 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. langued and armed gu. 

betw. three crescents of the last gouttes d'or. 

Balph Bbownbiog, Bishop of Exeter, 1642-59. 
Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. betw. three crescents of 

the second gouttes d'or. Bbownbio or 

Bbownbioo. 

CroBSM . . . . Annuleti 
Sa. on a Uon ramp. betw. five crosses croslet arg. 
within a bordure engr. or au annulet of the 
first at the shoulder. Lono, Isle of Wight; 
granted by Harvey. 

....Barmletf 

Gu. on a lion ramp. arg. betw. three crosses 
croslet fitchy or as many barrulets sa. Cister- 
cian Abbey De Yalle-Cbucis, co. Denbigh. 

Sa. on a Uon ramp. betw. as many crosses 
croslet arg. three bars (gu. another) of the 
first. Cistercian Abbey De Yalle-Cbucis, co. 
Denbigh. 

....Crescent 
Az. on a lion ramp, or crowned .... within an orle 
of crosses croslet of the second a crescent .... 
at the shoulder. Sir John (another, Peter) 
Bbwes, Q, 



BEAST. On 1 UOV betw. or within. .. .eont. 

Croisei eont. Eitoile 
Arg. on a lion ramp, (salient F».) betw. eight 
crosses croslet fitchy gu. an estoile at the 
shoulder or. Bbett, V, 
....8-FoU 
Arg. on a lion ramp. betw. eight (another, ten) 
crosses croslet fitchy gu. a 8-foil slipped or at 
the shoulder. Bbett. 

Efcallopa 

Arg. on a lion ramp. sa. betw. eight escallops m 
orle gu. a rose or for diff. at the shoulder. 
MoFFETT, Chipping Bamet, co. Hertford; de- 
rived from Mofiat, Lauder; granUd 10 May. 
1585. 

Per fess gu. and or on a lion ramp, per fess arg. 
and az. betw. three escallops gouttes counter- 
changed. Windoute or Windowche, Radis- 
well, CO. Hertford ; granUd 1516. Bartholomew 
Wydent, Radiswell, co. Hertford, F. 

Flenra-de-lifl 
Az. on a lion ramp. arg. within a tressure of demi 
fleurs de-lis and a bordure of the second crosses 
croslet gu. Lodqe, London. 

Hands 

Az. on a lion pass, or betw. three dexter gauntlets 
the back parts outwards arg. gouttes d'eau. 
Conway, W. 

Az. on a lion pass. arg. betw. three dexter gaunt- 
lets of the second gouttes d'or. Conway or 
CoNWEY, Callis. 

Az. on a lion pass, guard, betw. three dexter 
gauntlets back parts outwards arg. all within a 
bordure engr. three pales or. Conway, F*. 

CONWEY, V. 

Heads 
Az. on alien pass. arg. betw. three griffin's heads 
erased or gouttes de sang. William Box, Al- 
derman of London, V, 

Leaves 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. betw. three oak leates vert 
an annulet for diff. at the shoulder. Shbbmak, 
London, and co. Devon ; descended from Sher- 
man, Yoxley, Suffolk. 

XulleU 
Or on a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of mullets 
az. three escallops arg. Babnaby, co. York. 

On 1 LION betw. or within 

and in ehief.... 
Az. on a lion ramp. betw. eight crosses croslet 
fitchy or Hiree two two and one a crescent go. 
at the shoulder a chief of the second. 
Delawabe. Jobdan, CO. Somerset; Chittein 
and WhisUey, co. Wilts, 1604. 



2 BEASTS. 

8 BEAB8 

Arg. two bears az. Halton, Halton CJraven. co. 
York; derived from Sir John de Halton, 
temp. John, a heiress m. Talbot. 

8 BEAVEB8 

Vert on a base harry of five (six, F*.) arg. en* 
az. two beavers ramp, combatant or. Thomas 
Bevebido, CO. Chester, 1596; granted by Lee, 
W. Bevebidoe, F*. 

Vert in "point harry wavy of six arg. and az. two 
beavers ramp, combatant or. Bsvbbidoe, 
Kent, Chichester, and Normandy. 



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145 



BEASra 2B0AB8 

Erm. two boars i>as8. gu. (another langued az. 
taska and bristles or). Whichcote; Ba- 
ronetcy 2 April 1660. 

Enn. two boars pass. gu. armed or. Whichcord, 
Maidstone, Kent. 

Enn. two boars sUttant gu. John WmcHcorr, V. 

Enn. two boars statant gu. armed and maned or 
a crescent in dexter chief for diff. Charles 
WmcHcooT, London, 1638^; HarlMS, 1358, 
fo. 10. 

8 CATS 

Ajg. two cats pass. gu. Catt. 
Aig. two eats pass. sa. Catt. 
Go. two cats pass, guard, aig. Cattoh.F. 

8 DEER 

Aig. two demi bucks courant conjoined im. 

Bcckwist. ^ 

... .two docs countersalient .... Dryhubst. 
.... semy of roundles .... two stags courant. . . . 

Andrew Bokerell, Lord Mayor of London, 

12329; HarLM8,lU9, 
Sa two backs courant arg. Buckside, F*. 
S^J>««nty two bucks in full course arg. 

BrcEERELL, CO. Dovou. 
Si, two bucks courant arg. attired or. Robert 

BWISYDB, F. 

Si. bezanty two bucks conrant arg. attired or. 

BOCKERELL. BUCKWELL, LoudoU. 

Si. bezanty two bucks pass. arg. Bockerell or 

BonaEix, Lord Mayor of London, 1232-37. 

BncisiBi). 
S^ two bucks pass. arg. attired or. Buckside. 
Si. on a mount Text two stags salient afirontant 

tt?. attired or. John Fisher, Bishop of 

Ewter, 1803, Salisbury 1807.25. 
Si. t»o hinds countcopass. the one facing to the 

BBiiter surmounting the other in fess arg. 

ConniOHAM, CO. Chester, V. 
Ok. two hinds ooanter-trippant in fess arg. 

CoTHNGHAM OT CoTTiNOTON, 00. Choster ; and 

Middlesex. 

^ ^*^ hinds oounter-trippant in pale arg. 

CoTiniGHAJi or Cottinoton. 
Si. two bucks in full course or. Buckside. 

2 D008 

Aif.two greyhounds in full course gu. collared 

or. Doggbtt. 
AiR^o talbots pass, (another sUtant) gu. 

^'JMwo greyhounds ooiurant sa. Alford, co. 

^ two talbots pass. sa. Marttn, Kent. 

Ai. two greyhounds courant arg. Row, Com- 

wiU. 

"^nT* ^^^ '^' P""'"°K » Stag in full course 
111 bendwise and at random or. Yardley. 

«. two bounds in full speed after a stag courant 

^* m bend or. Jardelay. 

*^y ^ seren arg. and gu, two greyhounds 
•■Wttt beodwise sa. Trsw. 

**• *•<> grqrbonnds eoorant per pale gu. and 
■^ Pbmeb or Penny, Peterborough, co. 
■Ilmipton ; granted 1574. 

■■^^0 greyhounds courant reguardant per 
giyL and ta. Thomas Pehne, Doctor of 
«m Londcm, 1574, W; Harl M8, 1850, fo. 

^^ ^ (iometimes greyhounds) aig. 

TT^rt,^ ^■"' ^»» ^ Ven, a, Nicole 
•ta^-i, Bmrl U8. 6137, fo. 96. 



BEASTS. 8 DOOS eonu 

Gu. two greyhounds salient affrontant .... 

collared sa. Doooet, Honing-Serbame and 

Wronger, Norfolk. 
Ou. two greyhounds salient affix>ntant or. 

Doooet, Norfolk. 
Per bend dancetty or and sa. two talbots pass. 

counterchanged. Dixon, Wymondham, Norfolk. 
Per bend sanguine and vert two greyhounds 

courant bendwise arg. Clayhills, Innergowrie, 

Scotland. 
Per chev. arg. and sa. two greyhounds in full 

course counterchanged. Bladlow. 
Per chev. sa. and enn. two greyhounds counter- 
changed. Bladlow. 
Per saltire erminois and erm. two grevhounds 

courant reguard. gu. Penny, Higher'Nutwell 

House, 00. Devon ; granted ,., 
Sa. two greyhounds endorsed arg. Barnard, co. 

Hants. 
Sa. two hounds courant arg. Montaoue. 
Sa. two talbots pass. arg. Montague. 
Sa. two greyhounds combatant or. Doggett. 
Sa. two she-talbots pass, counterpass. ppr. the 

one surmounting the other. Gottinoton. 

8 FOXES 

Arg. two foxes salient countersalient in saltire the 
sinister surmounting the dexter gu. Cadrod 
Hard, living 920. Kadrad. Kadrodhard, 
Wales. Kadrohard, Wales. Williams, Isle 
of Auglesea. Williams, Wynnstay and Bodel- 
wyddan, co. Flint 

Az. two foxes (another wolves) statant reguard. 
(pass. F*.) coward or. Pavell, V, 

8 GOATS 

Az. two goats salient combatant arg. Kidd^ 
Sa. two goats statant afirontant or. A quartering 
granted to the Company of Leathbrsellers in 
London, 7 November 1505, Harl, MS, 1359, 
fo. 75. 

8H0B8ES 
Sa. two horses pass. arg. Coulthurst. 

8 LE0PABD8 

. . . .two leopards pass armed and langued 

.... astley. 
Arg. two leopards pass. gn. Sampson. 
Arg. two leopards pass. sa. Flbtwick. Sampson. 
Az. two leopards arg. armed and langued gu. 

Barney. 
Bendy of six arg. and az. two leopards or. 

Caronges. 
Gu. two leopards arg. Halden, That Ilk. 
Go. two leopards pass. arg. Delamare. Mare. 

Marshall. 
Gu. two leopards pass. aig. spotted sa. Mare, 

Chester. 
Gu. two leopards pass. erm. Sorrell, France. 
Gu. two leopards pass. or. Marshall. 
Gu. two leopards pass, guard, or. Longspee, 

Normandy. 
Gu. two leopards pass, guard, or over all a baton 

az. Reginald Fitzroy or de Dun stan vile, oh. 

1176, Z, 50. 
Or. two leopards pass. az. Gorney. 
Sa. two leopards pass. arg. Boches. 

8 LIONS 

Gu. two demi-lions pass, guard, or. Ache or 
Achey, CO. Devon. Haohe, Haohe and North 
Aller, 00. Devon. Hatch or Hacche, Hatch, 
and Saterleigh Park, co. Devon. 

19 



146 



AN ORDINABY OF 



BEASTS. 8 IIONS cont. 

Ou. two demi-lions pass, guard, conped or. John 
AccHE, CO. Devon, V, Hach, F. Hache, V. 
Hatch, Sutton, Surrey; quartering Cliflfe. 
Hatch, Windsor, co. Berks. 

Sa. two demi Hons pass, guard, or. Acche 
Ache or Achey, co. Devon. Hatch. 

. • . . two lions ramp, nddorsed .... David ap 
Blethin, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1814-52. Itbel 
ap Bledyn's seal. 

Arg. two lions pass. az. Dale. Ooldington, 
CO. Bedford. Sire Rauf de Goldimotone, N. 
Someky, CO. Warwick. 

Arg. two lions pass. az. crowned or. Cundt. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, az. Hamieeb, Z, 640. 
Hammer, Beaohfield, co. Salop. Hanueb, 
Hanmer, co. Flint, Baronetcy 8 May 1774. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, az. armed and langned 
gu. Hammer, Hanmer, co. Flint; Baronetcy 
8 May 1774. John Hammer, Bishop of St. 
Asaph, 1624-9. Hammer, Bodnod Hall, co. 
Denbigh ; and Hammer, Holbrook Hall, co. 
Suffolk; branches of Hammer of Hanmer. 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant the first az. the 
second gu. Lucas, F. 

Arg. two lions ramp, addorsed the first az. the 
second gu. Lucas. 

Arg. two lions pass. gu. John Cominosby, slain 
at Chesterfield, 1266. Coninosby, Coningsby 
Castle, CO. Lincoln ; quartering gu. three conies 
sejant arg. Estbamoe, co. Gloucester. Joan 
TEstramoe, E, Sir Fouk le Estrange, N. 
Framdolfe or Framdolph. Geogheoan, Ire- 
land. LiGOM, Upton St. Leonard's, co. Glouces- 
ter; and Madesfield, co. Worcester. Littlebury. 
Litti^ton. Lygon, Earl Beauch amp. Pioom, 
CO. Warwick. St. Ive. Stramg, V*, Sir .... 
de Strange, Corf ham, and Frandolfe, V. 
Strange, Norfolk. John le Strange, A,B, 
or le Strang, D. Jon de Strange, F. Sire 
Johan le Straumge, J, Sir Foulk le Straumge, 
L. Strange ; quartered by Talbot, Earl of 
Shrewsbury, U. John le Strange, Baron of 
Enoking, Y. Monsire le Strange, Blackmere, 
Y, Z, 210. 

Arg. two lions pass. gu. a label az. John, son of 
John le Strange, B, 

Arg. two lions pass. gu. crowned of the first. 
Gramdford. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, gu. Clammy, Bishop 
Wearmouth, co. Durham ; quartering Mitchell. 
Demstome. Saunsuin Foliott, E. Sampson 
Fouot, V. M. John Littelbury, S. 

Littlebury, Fillingham, co. Lincoln. Sr. de 
Littlebury, Kirton in Holland, co. Lincoln, V. 
Sampson. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, gu. a label az. 
Litti^buby. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, gu. debruised by a 
bend vert charged with three eagles displ. or. 
Bremtisle. William Littelbury, F. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, gu. crowned az. 
Pamnell, CO. York. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, gu. crowned or. 
Vauqhan, CO. Montgomery, V, 

Arg. two lions ramp. gu. Ferry. 

Arg. two lions ramp, addorsed gu. Bogebs, 

r*. 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant gu. Lobb. 
Lucas, Suffolk. Sr. . . .de Somebton, V, 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant gu. supporting 
with the forepaws a sword as the first hilt and 
pomel or. Carroll, Ballynure, co. Wicklow. 



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Arg. two lions ramp, combatant supporting ▼ith 

the forepaws a sword palewise gu. O'Cabbill, 

Ireland. 
Arg. two lions ramp, guard, gu. Clancy, Clare, 

Ireland. 
Arg. two lions ramp, conjoined with one head 

guard, per pale gu. and sa. Howell, Kent; 

Stratford and Haley, Norfolk ; and Sussex. 
Arg. two lions ramp, combatant under one head 

guard, per pale gu. and sa. Davy Howell, V, 
Arg. two lions ramp, combatant ppr. O'Ccilbak, 

Carbry, L*eland. 
Arg. two lions pass. sa. Bbowne, co. Lincoln. 



De HEBViUn y*' 



Lioon. 



Feltwell. 
oswalkyrke. 

Arg. two lions pass. sa. over all two bars of the 
second charged with as many escallops of the 
first. Fletwick. 

Arg. two lions pass. sa. crowned or. Catesby, 
Hardmead, co. Bucks. Cramfobd or Cremford. 

Sr de Crawnfobd, V, Gbafford, F*. 

Gbanfobd, V, Graunford, V, De Grawnfobd, 
V, 

Arg. two lions pass, coward sa. Filtwikes. 
Herwell. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, sa. Brumeck. Frrz. 
David Feltwicke, Y. Sir David Fletewdw, 
CO. Bedford, t«m|).Edward III, V. Fletewikbs, 
F*. Fletwick, co. Bedford. Sire David de 
Flittewik,N. Flytewikes, F*. Flytewykes, 
F. M. William Goderiche, S. Hammer. 
Habewell. Oswaldkirke. Sampson. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, sa. crowned or. 
Sir William Catesby, F. Catesby, Whiston, 
Althorpe-Hinton, and Ashby-Legers, co. North- 
ampton. 

Arg. two lions pass, reguard. sa. Buth. John 
Fotheringhay, Y. Howell. 

Arg. two lions pass, reguard. coward the taiLi 
reflexed over the back sa. David Fletwyke, 
F. Sr. . . . de Hervill, F. 

Arg. in chief two lions ramp. sa. Cauty. 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant sa. Hoyle. 
Sherdom, London. 

Arg. two lions ramp, addorsed sa. Somerton. 

Arg. two lions pass. vert. Meryfeld, F. 
Mirfield. 

Arg. two lions pass, guard, vert. Mirfield. 

Az. two lions pass. arg. Barne, Essex. Barnes. 
Bourne, London, 1570. Camvile or Camvills, 
CO. Warwick. Ludlow. Percivall. 

Az. two lions pass. arg. crowned or. Bodelsoati , 
Cornwall. Herwill, F. 

Az. two lions pass, guard, arg. Barne, London. 
Sr . . . . de Barne, Normerston, co. Buckingham, 
F. Barnes, London, 1614. Baron, Saffron 
Walden, Essex ; and London; HarL MS. 1369, 
fo. 38. BoDULGATE, Bodulgato, Cornwall, a co- 
heiress m. Roscarrock. Ludlow, co. Salop. 
NoRMESTON, CO. Buckingham. 

Az. two lions pass, guard, arg. armed and langned 
gu. AsTLEY (?). Barney. 

Az. two lions ramp, combatant arg. Oabrard, 
London. 

Az. two lions ramp, supporting a tower with three 
fleurs-de-lis out of the batUements arg. 
Lally. 

Az. two lions ramp. arg. chained or supporting a 
tower triple turreted of the second. Kelly, 
Castle Kelly, Ireland. 

Az. two lions ramp, guard, arg. Edward Babnes, 
London, 1614, HarL MS. 6095. fo. 32 b. 



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Az. two lions ramp, gpiard. combatant arg. 
Jteob GuuuRD, HarL MS, 1356, fo. 28. 
GAEBSTT,Graeeeharch Street, London ; granted 
1692. G^RBARD, Langford, Norfolk; Baro- 
netcy 16 August 16G2, extinct 12 March 
172a 

Aj. two lions pass. or. Aboinoton, co. Berks; 
tnd CO. Leicester. Barry. Berkeley, V. 
Bebkely, V*, Boduloate. Eambr, knighted 
1794, Lord Mayor of London 1801 and 1802; 
quartering sa. on a chief arg. three lioo's heads 
erased of the first. Edinoton. Emer. Sir 
Thomas Erdinoton, F. Erdekoton, oo. Lei- 
cester; quartered by Holte. Mr. Thomas de 
£bkisoton,5. Gomery. Henry de Herointon, 
F. Hebtinotok. Pebcivall. Percivall de 
SoHZBi, £, N, SoMBBY, CO. WsTwick. 

Az. semy of estoiles and two lions pass. or. 
Casketo, Coventry. De Castinets or Cheynby. 
Robert Cheykey {Latine de Casneto),' F. 

Az. two lions pass, or armed and langued gn. 

BliBFTOK. 

Al two Hons pass, coward or. Paykeix. 

Az. two lions pass, gnard. or. Sr. . . . Babry, oo. 
Oxford, V. Robert de Barri, E, F. Sire 
fiobert Barri, N. Denston, Suffolk, V, 
EsDxnoTOH, CO. BeHcs. Pipe. 

Az. two lions pass, guard, or a label of three 
points arg. Sr . . . . De Ekemey, F. Eskeney. 

Az. two bons pass, reguard. or. Panell. 
Payell, v. 

Az. two lions pass, reguard. coward the tails re- 
Hexed over the back or. Panell, F. 

ii. two lions ramp, combatant or. Carpenter. 
Caitxb, St. Columb, Cornwall, W; originally 
bxB CO. Stafford ; the co-heirs m. Silly, Tanner, 
Hoblyn, and Hawkey. Cabter, Cold Aston and 
SeTeoharopton, co. Gloucester. 

Arg. two hons ramp, combaiant or supporting a 
cattle ppr. Kelly. 

At%s two hons ramp, combatant or supporting a 
sword in pale O'Mb aohir, Ireland. 

iz. two Hons ramp, guard, addorsed or. Garrad, 
London; (? not) f^mnted 18 December 1632. 

Bzrry dancetty of seven az. and arg. two lions 
pass, of the last. Delmar, Kenfield, Kent. 

Boidy of six arg. and az. two lions pass, guard, 
or. Cabomoes. 

Era. in chief two lions ramp. az. Adkins. 

Enn. two hons pass, guard, gu. Jeffery. 

Ern. two hons pass, guard, gu. ducally crowned 
or. RrrsoLDs, London. 

Ena. two lions ramp, combatant gu. Lucas, 
ConiwalL 

In. two Hons ramp, combatant gu. and a label 
of the same for diff. Corsellis, Italy. 

Ov. two boos pass. arg. Delaxare, co. Hants. 
EtiiAseE, oo. Gloucester. Eube le Estrange, 
6. John le Estbahoe, Knokinge, K, Sir 
Mtaa le Estbahoe. N. Felton, co. Glouces- 
taz. John Obbt, F. Spbinohose. Hamund 
kSTBASOE, ^. Monsire le Stbanoe, (and in 
a iMer band Baron of Knocking), Y. Stbanoe, 
Kaockyo; quartered by Stanley, Earl of 
B«by, U. Le Sr. de Stbanoe, T. Le S. le 
e, 8. Y. Mr. John le Stbanoe, S. Syr 
le jStbakge, Q. Stbanoe, co. Glou- 
aad Hunston, oo. Norfolk. Straukoe. 
w^OVininrtir. F. 
9% tpo liona PMS- Arg* ^ the dexter chief a 
iM^4i-fit Mu for diff. Mounsyr John 



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Gu. two hons pass. arg. a label az. Roger 

Spreekoehose, E, The label of five points. 

Roger Sprinohose, F, 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. a label or. Sire Johan 

de Ereby, N, The label of three points. Sir 

John Orby, 00. Chester, F. Orreby, F. 
Gu. two lions pass, and over all a bend arg. 

Holland. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a bend az. 

Fitz. Payne. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a baton compony 

of the second and az. Felton. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a bend compony 

or and az. Fitzpayne, co. Gloucester. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a baton oompony 

or and az. Sire William de Feltone, N. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over aU a bend erm. 

Stbanoe, Cirencester and Broome's Court, co. 

Gloucester ; and Somerford Keynes, co. Wilts. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. a bend or. Estrange, 

CO. Gloucester. Stbange, Cirencester, and 

Mounes Court, co. Gloucester ; and Somerford 

Keynes, co. Wilts. Le Stbange, F*. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a bendlet or. M. 

John le Stbaunge, S. Hamon le Stbange, F. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. over all a baton or. Sir 

Hamond le Stbange or Estbange, L. 
Gu. semy of martlets or two lions pass. arg. Sire 

Johan le Estrange, N, 
Gu. crusily fitchy and two lions pass. arg. Robert 

le Strange, E ; or de Lestramge, E. 
Gu. crusily fitchy or two lions pass. arg. 

Acton. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. armed az. Syr Roger le 

Stbange, Q. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. armed and langued az. 

GRY¥rrrH ap Cynan, King of North Wales. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. armed and langued az. a 

label of three points or. Strange as quartered 

by Holte. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. collared az. Delamere, 

CO. Dorset. 
Gn. two lions pass. arg. collared sa. De la 

Mare, F. 
Gu. two lions pass, combatant arg. Coghlan or 

COGHLEN. 

Gu. two lions pass. arg. crowned or. Bodblsgate, 
F. Bodelsgatb, Cornwall. Botesgist or 
BoTSGiST. Le Sr. de Folton, T, HarU MS, 
6137. Strange, Walton, co. Warwick, F. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, arg. Delamare. 
Halden, that Dk. Haldon, Haldon, Scot- 
land. Jamare, CO. Hants., temp. Edward III. 
L'EsTRANGE, Knockyn, co. Salop ; quartered by 
Noel. L'EsTRANGE, Moystown, King's County ; 
descended from L'Estrange, Hunstanton. 
LiTTLEBURY, Stousby Bud Winsby, co. Liocoln. 
M. John de la Mare, S, Mare or De La 
Mare. Sir Robert De La Mare, co. Hants, 
temp. Edward III, F. Pers de la Mare, £, F, 
Sire Robert de la Mare, Y, Marshall. 

Gn. two lions pass, guard, arg. over all a bend az. 
(The ancient arms of) L'Estrange, Hulston 
or Hunstanton, Norfolk; derived from Hamon 
L'Estrange, brother of John, sixth Lord Strange 
of Knockyn ; Baronetcy 1 June 1629 ; extinct 
2 September 1760; the heirs m. Styleman and 
Astley.) 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, arg. collared sa. 
Delamare. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, arg. crowned or. 
Boldisgate. 



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Gu. two lions ramp. arg. Ambridoe. 

Gu. two lions ramp, addorsed arg. Rogers, V. 

Gn. two lions ramp, combatant arg. Wimstantom, 

CO. Chester. 
Gu. two lions ramp. comb, supporting a tower arg. 

Kelly, Newtown, co. Gal way. 
Gu. on a mount vert two lions ramp, supporting 

a tower arg. Kellt, Castle Kelly, co. Galway. 
Gn. two lions ramp. comb, supporting a dexter 

hand couped at the wrist and erect arg. Kino, 

Earl of Kingston. And with a crescent for 

diff. Kino, Viscount Lorton. 
Gu. two lions ramp, combatant conjoined under 

one head guard, arg. Kellam or Kellum. 
Gu. two lions pass. erm. Fellbriooe or 

Fellbryooe, CO. Gloucester. Sir Robert de 

Felton, CO. Gloucester; Ump, Edward III, V. 

Sire Robert de Feltone, N. Le Sr. de Felton, 

r. William Felton, Y, Monsire Felton, Y, 

Folton. 
Gu. two lions pass. erm. in chief a mullet or for 

difif. Sire Roger de Feltone, 0. 
Gu. two lions pass. erm. crowned or. Felton, 

CO. Gloucester ; Felton, Northumberland ; and 

Playford, Suffolk; Baronetcy 20 July 1620, 

extinct 18 November 1719; the heirs ro. 

Hervey and Platers. Sir John de Felton, the 

son, L. Sire Johan de Feltone, N. Sir 

William Felton, Q. 
Gu. two lions pass. erm. ducally crowned or a 

mullet for diff. Nicholas Felton, Bishop of 

Bristol 1617, Ely 1619-28. 
Gu. two lions pass. erm. crowned or armed az. 

Sir William Felton, Q. 
Gu. two lions pass, guard, erm. Sobrell, 

Waltham and Stebbings, Essex ; and Ipswich, 

Suffolk. SoRRELL, France. 
Gu. two lions pass. or. Bromeswike or 

BrOMESWET. PaTWARDEN. PEDWARDEN, CO. 

Hereford. Petwarden, co. Lincoln. Sir 
Walter de Petwardyn, V, Wat de Pedwerdin 
or Pedwordin, £. William de Pedwordon, 
F, M. Waut Pedwardyn, S, Thomas 
Pedwardyn, Y. MonRire Pedwardin, Y, 

Gu. two lions pass, or a label of three points az. 
M. Robert Pedwardyn, S. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or. Bays. 

Brunswick. Z^ 871. Catzenellenbogen, Z, 
606, 679; but this coat is really for Dietz. 
Catesnelbooen Catsenelbogen Catsznellaoe 
or Katznellogen. Richard de Dovre, B, 
Delamare. Richard fitz le Bey, A, Harl. MS., 
0187, fo. 89, b, and attributed to William I 
and II, Robert duke of Normandy, Henry I, the 
Empress Maud, Stephen, Henry II until his 
marriage 1151 with Eleanor of Aqnitaine, and 
John Plantagenet while Lord of Ireland and 
Earl of Mortaigne, Z, 1, — ft9; attributed (with 
the lions to the sinister side) to Richard I, 
Ducarel, Antiquities, p. 30. Fulke Talbois, 
Earl of Anjou. Habecoxjrt, F*. Longspee, 
Normandy. Marshall. Duke of Normandy, V, 
Richard Pipe, Yerdington, m. the daughter of 
Hai*ecourte, V. Pype, F*. Geoffry Rufus, 
Bishop of Durham, 1J88-40. St. Valory, 
Normandy. Richard de Varen, Z, 76. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or a baton az. 
Attributed to Reginald Fitz-Roy, or de 
Dunstanyile, Earl of Cornwall, ob. 1 1 76, Z, 50. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or a bendlet sinister .... 
Geoffrey Plantagenet, Bishop of Lincoln 
117383, Archbishop of York 1191-1212, Add, 
MS.y 12143. 



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2 LIONS conL 



Gu. two lions pass, guard, or depressed by a 
sword erect palewise arg. hilted or. William 
LoNGESPE, Duke of Normandy, F. Longespee. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or armed and langned 
az. Brunswick, Z, 576, 875. 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or collared sa. 
Delahare, CO. Hants. 

Gu. two lions pass, reguard. or. Acle, co. Devon. 

Gu. two lions ramp, in fess or. Debt. 

Gu. two lions ramp, combatant or. Attributed 
to Richard I while Earl of Poitou, Z, 73, 81. 

Gu. on a mount vert, two lions ramp, or support- 
ing a tower arg. O'Kelly, Ireland. 

Gu. two lions ramp, supporting a tower triple 
towered or. O'Kelly, Ireland. 

Gu. on a mount vert, two lions ramp, supporting 
a tower triple towered in the port a portcullis 
or. Town of Northampton. 

Gu. two lions ramp, combatant under one bead 
guard.' or crowned az. the tails coward 
and reflexed over the back. Cohberton, F. 
John Northampton, Lord Mayor of London, 
1381-a, Harl, MS., 1349, fo. 9. 

Gu. two lions sejant under one head guard, 
or crowned az. Comberton. 

Or two lions pass. az. Erdington, co. Salop. 
Erdington, CO. Warwick, Ump. Henry VI. 
Attributed to William Fitz-Ansctjlph, Lord of 
Dudley, temp, William I, who was succeeded 
by Paoanel Paganell or Painel; seal of 
Gervase Paganell, 11H7, Monoiticoriy v, 204; 
by marriage with whose heiress John de Somery 
had the manor of Dudley. Robert de Sokebye, 
A, Roger de Sumeri, A, Harl, MS.^ 6137 ; or 
Somery, B, C ; or Someri, E ; or Somerey, F. 
Sir Johan de Sumeri, J; or Someri, N, Ro^er 
Somery, Y, Sir .... de Somery, co. Warwick, 
Ump. Edward I, V, John de Sutton, by 
maiTiage with the eldest coheir of Somery, 
obtained, 1332-42, the manor of Dudley, and 
founded the family of Sutton alias Dudley 
barons of Dudley extinct in the male line 1043; 
the heiress m. Ward; the barony fell into 
abeyance 1757. William Dudley, Bishop of 
Durham 1476-83 quartering (for Sutton) arg. a 
cross patonce az. ; seal in SurUes, Durham. 
DuDiJBY, CO. Stafford. Percivall. Sleswice, 
Z, r)r>4. 

Or two lions p&ss. counterpass. az. Leoge, 
Legges, Tunbridge, Kent; quartered by 
Bee bee. 

Or two lions pass. az. langued gu. Paganell, 
quartered by Sutton, baron Dudley, U, 

Or two lions pass, guard, az. Dabytot. Gomery, 
V, GouREY, CO. Bedford. Gonobet. Gundry. 
Somery, V. 

Or two lions oouchant gu. Bredwardime, co. 
Brecknock. 

Or two lions couchant coward the tails reflexed 
over the back gu. Sir Walter Bredwarden (?). 

Or two lions pass. gu. Sir Brian de Brampton, 
V, Brian de Brompton, Y, Brian de 
Bramptone, Ey F. Brian de Bointon, JS, 
Harl, MS., 6137. Frandolph or Frandolfe. 
St. Peere. St. Walary, co. Oxford, V, St. 
Walery, F*. Sire Richard de Seint Waly, 
N, Strange, Norfolk. 

Or two lions pass. gu. a label of five points az. 
Wat de Bronton, F, The label sa. Wat de 
Bromtone, E, 

Or two lions pass. gu. over all a baton sa. Joan 
de Bromtone, E. 



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Or two lions pass. ga. over all a bendlet sa. 

John de Bbttktosi, F. 
Or tiro lions pass. gn. over all on a bendlet 

(bend, V.) sa. three escallops arg. Bromton, 

r. Brian de Bbomtokb, E. 
Or two lions pass. gu. on a bendlet sa. three 

escallops or. Bandwin de Bbuntom, F. 
Or two lions pass. ga. armed and langued az. 

Bramptoh. 
Or two lions pass. gn. crowned arg. Sir Robert 

GoLDisoTON, CO. Bedford, temp, Edward I, F. 

GOULDISGTON, V*. 

Or two lions pass, guard, the one in chief gu. 
that in base az. Dabitot. 

Or two lions pass, guard, gu. Gefrai d'ABEXOX 
otAbtott, £. Geffrei de ABtroTjF. Dabcott. 
Dabitot, V. Dat:ce. Ducie. Ducy, Tort- 
worth, CO. Gloucester. Foliott, F*. 

LiTTLEBcrRY, CO. Lincolu. .Ton de St. Valery, 
F. St. Waixey or St. Wallery, Beckeley, 
to. Oxford, temp. William the Conqueror. 
3otB de Sein Walebi or Sein Walleri, E, 

SlIBOll, V. 

Or tvo lions pass, counterpass. guard, gu. Abcot. 
Or two lions ramp, addorsed gu. Bryan. 

COIHES. 

Or two Uons ramp, addorsed in fess gu. Sire 

de Wadebiboust, A, or Wadripun, D. 
Or two lions ramp, combatant gu. Winchcomb. 

li^icoMB. Wycombe, F. 
Or two hons ramp, combatant gn. langued and 

tnned az. Wycomb. Wycombe. 
Or two lions pass. sa. Ardinoton. O'Rourk, 

beland. 
OrtBohons pass. sa. a label gu. Sire John de 

Oot£iKTOii£, O. Monsire de Goldinoton, Y. 
Or t¥o lions pass. sa. crowned of the 

Am. CRAKroRD. Creuford or Cramford. 

GUSUVOKD. 

Or two lions pass, guard, sa. Sir John de 
GooDioTOii, R. Attributed to Rushout, Bart 
1730. 

Or two Hons Yamp. sa. Enemead, quartering 
vg. two lions ramp. gu. 

Taif of four erm. and yert two lions pass. gu. 

LOWTHWICX. LOWTHWYKE, Y. 

Pean two hons pass, per pale or and arg. Dottin, 

Grenada Hall, in Barbadoes ; and Bugle Hall, 

CO. Hants. 
Per bend or and az. two lions ramp, counter- 

(banged. Ve^ihob. 
Per cfaev. arg. and gu. in chief two lions ramp 

combatant sa. Leioh or Lsa. 
Per ebtr. indented aiig. and purp. two lions ramp. 

m chief of the second. Skipton, 1730. 
Par cb«T. gu. and az. two lions ramp, combatant 

4K. Honour of Clare or Clarence. 
P« eber. or and gu. in chief two lions ramp. 

•onbatant of the second. Lee or Lea. 
Per cfaer. or and gu. in chief two lions ramp. 

wtbatant sa. armed and langued of the second. 

IiBx or Lea, St. Julian's, and Sopwell, co. 

HatfbTd. 
P« dKT. sa. and erm. in chief two lions ramp. 

•r. Bnr, Norfolk. 
ViBr ehe?. indented sa. and erm. in chief two 
nonp. or. Biires or Bowers, Norfolk 
Ssllblk. 

it. and arg. two Hons pass, counter- 

' anned and langued gu. Payne, East 

'I; and Newick, Sussex; granted 25 



BEASTS. 8 LI0N8 cont. 

Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Braytoft, Braytoft, co. Lincoln. 

SCARLTON. 

Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, addorsed 

counterchanged. Gregory, High Hurst, co. 

Lancaster; and Rodington, co. Salop. 
Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, addorsed 

counterchanged langued gu. Gregory, Lord 

Mayor of London, 1451; Harl. MS. 1349. 
Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, combatant 

counterchanged. Schotbotts, V, 
Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, guard. 

addorsed counterchanged. Gregory, Lord 

Mayor of London, 1451. 
Per pale arg. and az. two lions ramp, reguard. 

addorsed .counterchanged. Schotbotts, V*, 
Per pale arg. and gu. two lions ramp, combatant 

counterchanged. Bishton. 
Per pale indented arg. and sa. two lions ramp, com- 
batant counterchanged. Shotbolt, CO. Hertford. 
Per pale az. and gu. two lions pass. or. Madock, 

V*. Madok, K. 
Per pale az. and gu. two lions pass. or. 
w Maddox, Worralevbury, co. Herts ; Baronetcy 

11 March, 1675-6, extinct 14 December. 1716; 

descended from Maddox, Boughtou, Kent ; the 

heirs, m. fludyerd and Pollen. 
Per pale indented az. and or two lions ramp. 

combatant holding a crescent counterchanged. 

Hone, the Spa, co. Gloucester. 
Per pale gu. and arg. two lions .... counter- 
changed. Ellesworth. 
Per pale gu. and az. two lions pass. or. Madox, 

CO. Hertford; London; and Masterley, co. 

Salop. 
Per pale gu. and az. two lions pass, in fess or. 

Maddocks. 
Per pale gu. and vert two lions pass, guard. 

arg. Geffri de Abitot, de Hyndelippe in a 

later hand, F. 
Per pale or and az. two lions ramp, addorsed 

counterchanged langued gu. Wm. Gregory, 

Lord Mayor of London, 1451, Harl MS. 1349. 
Per pale or and az. two lions ramp, reguard. 

addorsed counterchanged. Schotbot, V. 
Per pale or and gu. two lions pass, respeotant in 

fess counterchanged. Evatt. 
Per pale or and gu. two lions ramp, addorsed 

counterchanged. Blayney, co. Montgomery. 

Delwood, quartered by Ithell, 1730. 
Per pale sa. and arg. two lions ramp, combatant 

counterchanged. Whaplod. 
Quarterly arg. and az. in the first and fourth 

quarters a lion ramp. gu. Pollexfen, co. 

Devon, W, Pollexfen, Kitley, co. Devon, 

Visitation 1620 ; the heiress m. Bastard. 
Quarterly arg. and sa. in the first (? and fourth 

quarters) a lion ramp, of the second. Breton. 
Quarterly arg. and sa. in the second and third 

quarters a lion ramp, or over all on a bend gu. 

three annulets of the third. Hulbert, granted 

1639. Hxjrlebert. 
Quarterly erm. and gu. in the first and fourth 

quarters a lion ramp over all an arrow in 

bend sinister point upwards .... Foskett, 

Rosehill, Abbott's Langley, co. Hertford. 
Quarterly or and gu. in the first (? and fourth 

quarters) a lion pass. az. Sorrey. 
Quarterly sa. and arg. in the first {f and fourth 

quarters) a lion pass, guard, or. Breton. 
Sa, two lions pass. arg. Gleke. Roches. 

Straoriers. Stranoeways. 



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BEASTS. 8 LIONS cone. 

Sa. two lions pass. arg. oppressed with as many 
pales gn. Gleke. 

Sa. crusily fitchy (cnisily only F*.) or two lions 
pass. arg. John Wybuky, V, 

Sa. two liuns pass, counter-pass. arg. collared gn. 
Oleo. 

Sa. two lions pai^s. counter-pass. arg. collared gu. 
the one in chief towards the sinister. Gleoo 
or Glegoe, Grange and Irhie, co. Chester; 
descended from Gleoo, Gayton, co. Chester; 
the heiress m. Baskervyle. 

Sa. two lions pass. arg. crowned or. Dymoke, 
Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln; quartering, among 
many other coats, Ludlow, M army on, Welles, 
Warterton, Talboys, Umfraville, and K>me; 
Baronetcy 1841. M. John Dymoke, 5, T. Sir 
Kobert Dymoke, V. Dyhoke or Dimock. 
Dymoke, Grebby Hall, co. Lincoln; descended 
from Dymoke, Scrivelsby ; the heiress m. WeUs. 
Hartwkll. John de Herunvile, F, 354. 

Sa. two lions pass. arg. crowned or each holding 
a fleur-de-lis az. De Wyrley, co. Stafford; 
granted {ins?), 

Sa. two lions pass, guard, arg. Sir .... de 
Britley, V, Roche. John de Rogues, Y. 
Roches, V, 

Sa. two hons pass, guard, arg. debruised by as 
many pulets gu. Gleug, F*. Gleooe, 
AV>rall. CO. Chester, T. 

Sa. two huns ramp, addorsed arg. Waderfond, 
France. 

Sa. two lions ramp, combatant arg. crowned or. 
Prale or pRALL. Pralle, V. 

Sa. two lions pass. erm. ducally crowned or. 
Felton, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Sa. two lions pass. or. Arnold, co. Huntingdon. 
Ekeney. t>ir Nicholas Kerkeby, K. Keterell, 
Keverell, Cornwall. Kirkeby. 

Sa. two lions pass, or a label of three points gu. 
Ekenry. 

Sa. two lions pass, or debruised by as many 
palets gn. Gleke. 

Sa. two lions pass, crowned or. Harewell. 

Sa. two lions pass, guard, or. Rushout. 

Sa. two lions ramp, combatant or. Nicholas 
Carter, Af.D, Willesborow, Kent; and Lon- 
don; 1700. 

Sa. two lions pass, paly of six (another, of eight) 
arg. and gu. (usurped by Cuthbert or 
CuTBERT) ; Strangwayes, Alne, and Well, co. 
York; and Barham Wood, co. Hertford; des- 
cended, through the marriage of James 
Stranoways with a heir of Conyers of Ormsby, 
CO. York, from Sir James Strangwish, Harlesey 
Castle, 00. York, a branch of Strangwaybs, 
Melbory Sampford, co. Dorset; the heirs m. 
Homer and Fox. Stranoways F*. Sir .... 
Strangwish, CO. Dorset, V. 

Sa. two lions pass, paly of six ( another, of eight) 
arg. and gu. armed or. Stramoaysshe, Harle- 
sey, CO. York. 

Vert two lions pass. arg. Mirfield, Thurcroft, 
CO. York. 

Vert two lions pass. arg. armed and langued gn. 
Myrfeld, Tonge. 

Vert two lions pass. arg. crowned or. Merefield. 
Merfeld, V. 

Vert two lions ramp. arg. crowned or. Merefield. 

Vert two lions pass. erm. crowned or. Sr . . . . 
de Merfeld, V. 

Vert two lions pass. or. William de Mabohia, 
Bishop of Bath, etc., 1293-1302. 



BEASTS. 8 LI0V8 conU 

Vert two lions ramp, in fess or. Kniohton. 

Vert two lions ramp, combatant or. Mason, 

Didlebury and Minton, co. Salop. 
Vert two lions ramp, combatant supporting a 

sinister hand or. Riley, Forest Hill, co. Berks. 

O'Reilly, Heath House, Queen's County; 

Boyne Lod^e, co. Meath ; Ballykilchrist, Bally- 

morris, and Anneville, co. Longford. 

2 OZEH 

Arg. two bulls pass each having a bell sus- 
pended round the neck. . . . armed and hoofed 
or. Defoix. 

Sa. two bullocks pass. or. Stayleb. 

8 SQUntRSLS 

Arg. two squirrels sejant addorsed cracking nuts 

gu. William Samuell, co. Northampton, W. 

Samwell, Upton and Gayton,co. NortharoptoD; 

Baronetcy 22 Dec. 1G75, extinct 18 October 

1789. 
Arg. two squirrels sejant gu. Eocker. 
Erm. two squirrels ramp, addorsed gu. George 

Samitell or Samwell, co. York, W. 
Erm. two squirrels ramp. {Harl. MS, 1359, fo. 

•37 b, but another sejant) addorsed gu. 

Samueix, alias Samwell, Doncaster, co. York. 
Per chev. gu. and paly of six vert and atg. in 

cbief two squirrels sejant respectant cracking 

nuts or. Adott, V. 

8 UBGHINS 

Gu. two porcupines arg. MERiCKE,WigmoreCasUe, 
Hereford, 1500, and co. Radnor. 

8 WOLVES 

Az. two wolves pass, coward or. Paynell. 

Az. two wolves (another, foxes) statant ( pass. F*.) 

reguard. their tails reflexed betw. their legs or. 

Pavell, V. 
Gu. two wolves pass. arg. Low. Le Lowk, V*. 

Lowe, co. Salop ; Walden, Essex ; and Lowe, co. 

Worcester. 
Gu. two wolves statant arg. Lo Low, V. 
Or two wolves pass. sa. mouths *embrued gu. 

Oliver Peard, Mayor of Barnstaple, co. Devon, 

1575; the heiress m. Dickinson. 
Sa. two wolves pass. arg. Wolf. Wolfe, V*. 
Sa. two wolves statant arg. Sir William Wolfe, V. 
Vert two wolves pass. or. Stanhop. 

8 fiOASS and in ehlef . . . . 
Axes 

Arg. two boars ramp, combatant ppr. in cbief two 
battle-axes in saltire of the last. Mac Swynie, 
Ireland. 
Canton 

Az. two boars pass, or a canton erm. Shbbbabo, 
CO. Stafford. 

8 DEEB and in chief. ... 

Per chev. az. and gu. two harts counter trippant 
or in chief a fountain ppr. Hart. 
8 DOGS and in chief. . . . 

on a Chief. . . .Eetoilee 
Arg. two greyhounds conrant sa. on a chief az. 

Uiree estoiles or. More, Essex ; co. Lincoln; 

London ; and co. Stafford ; confirmed H Jnly 

1593. Moore, Lincoln's Inn; quartering sa. 

two palets arg. on a fess gu. three fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
Arg. two greyhounds conrant sa. on a chief az. 

three estoiles of six points or a crescent for 

diff. David Moore, 1693, in Chertsey Church, 

Surrey. 



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BEASTS. 8 B0G8 and in ehief....cont. 
« ft Gdat cotu Head 

Sa. two greyhoniidB ramp, regnard. addorsed arg. 
io ehief betw. them a fawn's head cabossed or. 
fiAfixuu), CO. Hants, F. 

S FOXES and in chief.... 

Pofp. two foxes ramp, combatant arg. on a chief 
of the second a dove Tolant . . . O'Donoohue 
of the Glens, in Mncross Abbey. 

8LS0PABD8 and in ehief ... . 
Aig. two leopards pass. sa. on a chief of the se- 
cond three covered cups or. Wtball, oo. York. 

SLI0H8 and in chief.... 
Canton 
Go- two lions ramp. arg. a canton or fretty sa. 

BOCEULXD. 

Stiwo lions pass, paly of six arg. and gn. in the dex- 
ter chiefs canton of the second. Stkangwayes, 
Abe, CO. York ; qoartering Swainston. 

atOuiton Fret 

Oil two lions ramp. arg. on a canton or a fret sa. 

Brn, CO. Backingharo. 
Gb. two Kons ramp. aiig. on a canton sa. a fret or. 

WlOTH. 

Or two hons pass. ga. on a canton sa. three plates. 
Francis Godwin, Bishop of Llandafif ICOl ; 
Hereford 1617-33. 

Or two lions pass. sa. on a canton of the second 
three bezants. Godwyn, Kent. 

Or two lions pass. sa. langued ga. on a can- 
too of the second three bezants. Thomas 
GoDwpf, Bishop of Bath, etc., 1584-90. 

Or t»o lions pass, guard sa. on a canton of the 
««oih1 three bezants. Goodwin. 
Chief 

^ two lions pass, guard, sa. a chief gu. 

WlATHIBALL Or WeATHERELL. WeTHERALL. 

Gi-two lions ramp, combatant and a chief arg. 
Oois, Oundle, co. Northampton, W, Oakes 
or Cms, Dandle ; quartering sa. a fess betw. 
•ix acorns or. 

Oo-two lions ramp, combatant or a chief arc. 
OtEs, v. ^ 

P«r ^ or and gu. two lions pass, in fess and a 

chief engr. connterchanged. Jones, Ireland. 

«ftChief....Bird 
Ai. two Kons pass, guard, in pale or on a chief of 

^ last a dove wings expanded of the first. 

BoTM, Westmhister; certified May 1779. 

....Cape 

AijM^o lions pass. sa. on a chief indented of the 

«■* three covered cups or. Wetheeall, co. 

laeob. 
^ two lions pass, guard, the first gu. the second 

<a on a chief of the last three covered cups or. 

Hagh Wtball, co. York, F. 
A«|.lwo hons pass, guard, sa. on a chief gu. (sa. 

gwiifS . 1350, fo. 8 b.) three covered cups or. 

WiiHjuALL Wyball or WtKBALL, Lovcrsall, 

•alork; confirmed 1687. 
^^J"<»« pass, guard, sa. on a chief dancetty 

JJAa eecoud three cowered cups arg. Sir 

<WriiiWsTHSBKLL, Attomey-Geueral 1836. 
A^^too fiam paM. guard, sa. on a chief of the 

JJ>*id three ecfwered cups or. Bew. Worbell. 

wiiiaL,«o,Yark. 

guard, sa. on a chief az. three 
of the field. Worrell, London. 



BEASTS. 8 LIONS and in chief... cont. 
on a Chief cont Figure 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or on a chief az. the 
Virgin Mary a circle of glory over her head ait- 
ting on a tombstone issuant from the chief in 
tlie dexter arm the infant Saviour head radiant 
in her sinister hand a sceptre all as the se- 
cond. Bishopric of Lincoln, U, 

Gu. two lions pass, guard, or on a chief arg. a 
mitre ... betw. two crosiers az. Benedictine 
Abbey at Malmesbuky, co. Wilts. 

....Bock 

Per pale az. and gu. two lions ramp, combatant 
arg. on a chief of the last a rock issuant from 
the sea all ppr. Coesvelt. 

....Boundles 

Sa. two lions pass, or on a chief of the second 
three ogresses. Goodinoe, Henley, co. 

Oxford. 

Per pale sa. and arg. two lions ramp, combatant 
counterchanged on a chief sa. five bezants two 
one and two. Whaplod. Whaplode, V. 

Quarter 

Gu. two lions ramp. arg. a quarter sa. fretty or. 

John BiCKLONDE, Y. 

on a Quarter.... Fret 

Arg. two lions ramp. gn. on a quarter sa. a fret 
or. BuKELL. BuKESHiLL, Sussex. 

Gu. two lioncels ramp, guard, or armed and lan- 
gued az. on a quarter of the second a fret of 
the first. JoNES, Bealanamore and Headford, 
CO. Leitrim; derived from Jones, Dublin, de- 
scended from Wales, 1062 ; quartering Hay ward, 
Goote, and Cufie. 

Swords 

Gu. two lions ramp, combatant holding a garb or 
in chief three swords two in saltire points up- 
ward and one fesswise hilt to the sinister ppr. 
O'Breanon, Jobh, Ireland. 

8 WOLVES and in chief.... 

Gu. two wolves pass, or on a canton arg. a demi 
rose of the field. Vellowes. 

2 DEEB and in base.... 

Per chevron crenely vert and arg. in chief two 
bucks trippant ppr. each gorged with a collar or 
in base a cross flory of the first. Parkhouse, 
Eastfield Lodge, Bittern, co. Hants; derived 
from Parkhouse, co. Devon. 

8 DOGS and in base 

Az. two talbots in chief and a sptur-rowel in base 
or. Vivian, France. 

8 LIONS and in base.... 
Anchor 

Per fess sa. and arg. in chief two lions ramp, 
guard, in fess and in base an anchor with cable 
counterchanged. Young, Formosa Place, co. 
Buckingham; Baronetcy 24 November 1813. 

Quarterly indented arg. and az. in the first and 
second quarters a Uon ramp. gu. in the third 
an anchor cabled or in the fourth a crescent. . . . 
Sutton, Middlesex. 

Beast (Boar) 

Per chev. or and gu. in chief two lions pass, guard. 

in base a boar pass, counterchanged. Eason. 
Per chev. or and vert in chief two lions pass. 

guard, gu. in base a boar pass, of the first. 

M*DoNAOH, Ireland. 



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BEASTS. 8 LIONS and in bate .... eont, 

Creteent 
Az. in chief two Hods .... respectant supporting 

a garb in the dexter base a crescent or in the 

sinister an Irish harp gold stringed arg. (The 

ancient arras of) Fooabty. 
CrescenU 
Az. two lions ramp, combatant .... supporting a 

sword in pale .... in base two crescents... 

Mabeb. 
Fish 
Vert two lions ramp, combatant arg. supporting a 

sinister band couped gu. in base a fish of the 

second. O'Neill. 
Flenr-de-lii 
Per obey. gu. and az. in chief two lions ramp. 

combatant in base a fieur-de-lis or. Sir 

John de Clabence, natural son of Thomas 

Duke of Clarence, son of Henry IV ; Planchi, 

Poursuivant, p. 155. Sir Bartholomew 

Clabence, V. 
Per chevron gu. and az. in chief two lions ramp. 

guard, combatant in base a fleur-de-lis or. Sir 

John de Glabemce, Z, 311. 
Key 
Per chev. gu. and az. in chief two demi -lions 

ramp, couped in base a key in pale or. Flint. 
Masclee 
Per fess sa. and arg. in chief two lions ramp, in 

base three masoles counterchanged. Ooyston, 

Scotland. 
Xullet 
Per ohoT and .... in chief two denii- 

lions ramp in base a mullet .... 

Redinoton, Kilcoman ; descended from 

Redimgton, Creganna, co. Oalway. 
Swordi 
Az. two lions ramp, or supporting a tower arg. in 

base a scimitar pomel and hilt towards the 

sinister betw. two other scimitars pomels and 

hilts to the dexter ppr. impaled with gu. on a 

bend or betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. six 

ogresses all within a bordure gold. Guton, 

Richmond, Surrey; granted .... 
Tree 
Per chev. gu. and arg. in chief two lions ramp, of 

the second in base an oak-tree fruoted or. 

TiMPSOM, Exeter and Ireland; granted 1767. 

2 SQUIBBELS and in base 

Per chev. gu. and arg. in chief two squirrels se- 
jant cracking nuts .... in base three piles 
vert. Addots. 

8 DEES betw. or within. . . . 
Sa. two bucks courant arg. within an orle of be- 
zants. Andrew Bockebell, Lord Mayor of 
London, F. 

8 DO08 betw. or within. . . . 
Bordore 
Per chev. erm. and sa. two greyhounds in full 
course .... within a bordure az. semy-de-lis 
or. Bablows. 
Per chev. sa. and erm. in chief two greyhounds 
ramp, respectant arg. a bordure az. charged 
wit^ eight fleurs-de-lis or. Bladlow, F. 
Chevrona 
Arg. two talbots pass, (oounterpassant/ F*.) re- 
spectant betw. as many chevronels sa. within 
a bordure engr. gu. Bbalbbengee, F. 
Flannches 
Or two talbots pass. sa. langued go. betw. two 
flaunches of the second. Aldham, Shrimpling, 
Norfolk. 



BEASTS. S BOOS betw. or within .... cont. 

Heads 
Sa. two greyhounds .... addorsed arg. betw. as 
many buck's heads cabossed or. Babnabd. 

8 FOXES betw. or within 

Per chev. az. and erm. in chief two foxes pas». 
arg. within a bordure of the first charged with 
eight fleurs-de-lis or. Bledlow, London. 

8 LEOPABDS betw. or within.... 

Gu. two leopards pass, or over all a bend az. with- 
in a bordure of the last semy-de-lis gold. 
Holland. 

Gu. two leopards pass, or over all a bend az. 
within a bordure of the last semy of escallops 
arg. Holland. 

8 LI0H8 betw. or within. . . . 
Bends ' 

Arg. two lions pass, in bend sa. betw. as many 

cotises gu. Kekewich, cx). Lancaster; and 

Peamore, co. Devon. 
Arg. two lions pass, guard, in bend sa. betw. as 

many Itendlets gu. John Kekewighe, F. 
Arg. two lions pass, in bend betw. as many cotises 

sa. Eemish or Eeymiche, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. two lions ramp, in bend. betw. as many 

cotises sa. Eblwich. 
Birds (Martlets) 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. within an orle of martlets 

(of the second, another sa., another) or. Sir 

John Le Straunge, L. 
....(Parrots) 
Or two lions pass. gu. betw. three popinjays ppr. 

Pedwabdyn. 
Bordure 
.... two lions pass, guard crowned .... 

within a bordure .... semy of roundles .... 

Henry de Blois, Bp. of Winchester 1120-71. 
Arg. two lions pass, guard, sa. crowned or within 

a bordure engr. gu. Catisby, co. Warwick. 
Az. two lions pass, guard, arg. within a bordure 

gu. William Edendon, Edindon, or Edinoton, 

Bishop of Winchester 1346-66; Add. MS, 

12443, fo. 130. 
Az. two lions pass. arg. within a bordure engr. 

or. Setmoub. 
Az. two lions pass, or within a bordure arg. 

William Edendon, Edindon or Edinotok, 

Bishop of Winchester 1346-66, Harl MS. 6100. 
Az. two lions pass, or within a bordure go. 

William Edendon, Edindon, or Edinotok, 

Bishop of Winchester 1346-66; Add, MS, 

12443, fo. 130. Edington. Sire Henri de 

Ebdingtone, N. 
Az. two lions pass, within a bordure or. 

Edington. 
Az. two lions pass guard, within a bordure engr. 

or. M. William Babbb, 8, 
Gu. two lions pass, within a bordure engr. arg. 

Sire Roger le Lesstbannge, /. Stbanoe, 

London. 
Gu. two lions pass, within a bordure engr. arg. 

over all a bendlet erm. Estbangb. 
Gu. two lions pass, within a bordure flory counter- 

flory arg. Felton, co. Gloucester. 
Gu. two Hons pass, within a bordure indented 

arg. over all as many bends az. Estrange. 
Gu. two lions pass, guard, within a bordore engr. 

arg. L'E STBANOE, Lord of EUesmere, 1301. 
Gu. two lions ramp, combatant under one head arg. 

crowned az. within a bordure of the second. 

Eellak or KniiOH, Hickleton, oo. York ; quar- 
tering Preston. 



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BEASTS. 2 LIONB betw. or within .... eo7it. 

Bordnre conL 

Go. two lioDS pass. arg. within a bordure az. 
Ger5ok, CO. Hereford. 

Go. two lions pass. arg. within a bordure engr. 
or. EsT&ANGB. R<>ger Le St&akoe, E; or 
Stejutsoe, O. Talbot. 

Go. two lions pass. arg. within a bordure indented 
or. Sire Roger Le Estrange, N, 

Go. two lions pass. arg. within a bordure in- 
dented or over all a baton az. Sire Johan Le 

EsT&AtKGE, N. 

Ga. two lions pass, gnard. arg. within a bordure 

engr. sa. Ilcombe. Sall, co. Devon, TV. 
Go. two lions ramp, conjoined with one head or 

crowned az. within a bordnre arg. Kellam. 
0\L two lions ramp, combatant under one head 

Koard. or crowned az. within a bordure urg. 

James Keujlx, V, 
Go. two lions pass, or within a bordnre az, 

Gaino5, Garnons, co. Hereford; and Harnhill, 

eo. Gloucester; quartering sa. a chev. betw. 

three flenrs-de-lis arg., with arg. a chev. betw. 

tbree dolphins embowed haurient az. Garnoks, 

Colommendj, co. Denbigh ; qnarteringVaughan, 

Wjnne, and Wynne. 
Go. two lions pass, guard, or oppressed by a bend 

tz. within a bordure of the third semy de lis 

.... HOLLAXD. 

Go. two lions pass, guard, or oppressed by a bend 

tz. within a bordure of the third semy of es- 

eallops arg. Holland. 
Gtt. two lions ramp, or crowned az. within a 

bordure of the second. Eellah. 
Or two lions pass, within a bordure az. Dudley. 
Or two lions pass. az. within a bordure of the 

«»nd charged with escallops of the first. 

Wiut, CO. Devon ; Leigh, Essex ; and Ireland. 
Or two lions pass. az. armed and langued gu. 

•ithin a bordure of the second charged with 

twdve escallops of the first. Hibbert-WABE, 

Edinburgh ; quartering Hibbert. 
Or two lions pass, within a bordure engr. az. 

John DtTDLEY, Serjeant of the Pastry to Queen 

Elixabetb ; granted by Cooke, W. 
Or two lions pass. az. within a bordnre gu. 

charged with eight martlets of the first. Sir 

John de Vacs, co. Worcester, temp. Edward I, 

F. Sir John de Wayez or Wayz, L. 
Or two lions pass. az. within a bordure gn. 

charged with eight escallops of the first 

Waik. 
Or two lions pass, guard, az. within a bordure gu. 

charged with martlete of the first. Sir John 

Wit, hot in the margin Wabe or Were, L. 
Or two liooa pass, guard, gn. within a bordure az. 

DlTOB. 

QM«riy or and arg. two lions pass, in, pale sa. 
vithin a bordnre az. and gu. Cttrry, descended 
from CCnrrie, a branch of the ORourkes, 
lords of I Brien Brefney, now part of co. 
Owan. 

&• Ivo lions pass, gnard. within a bordure engr. 
V. RusBOCT, Milnst Maylards or Milast 
fifWB, Enex ; Northwick Park, co. Worcester ; 
tiritlettaae House, co. Gloucester; and Har- 
n^f XtddleMX ; Baronetcy 17 July 1661 ; ere- 
MB«roo Northwick 26 October 1797. 
C wfcg p t H RpaHOPT, now Rushout-RusnouT, 
fcdMot, CO. Okracester ; quartering Cockerell ; 

Jwwtg' $i S(i>tember 1809. 

^■t tao mB» mpmi under one head within a 
r. arg. Atwater. 



BEASTS. 8 LlOirS betw. or within .... cont. 

Bordure eont. 

Vert two lions ramp. comb, under one head guard, 
or within a bordure engr. arg. Atwai^r, V*. 
Atwater, V. 
Castles 

Az. in the sinister chief and dexter base points a 
lion ramp. erm. ducally crowned or in the oppo- 
site points a tower arg. Skrine, Warleigh, co. 
Somerset; and Stubbings, co. Buckingham. 

Gu. in the sinister chief and dexter base points a 
lion ramp, in the opposite points a tower arg. 
Skearne Skerne Skbyne or Skyre. 

Gu. in the sinister chief and dexter base points a 
lion ramp, in the opposite points a tower or. 
Skearne or Skerne, Boni»y, co. Lincoln, and 
Portington, co. York. 

Gu. in the sinister chief and dexter base points a 
lion ramp, in the opposite points a tower triple 
towered or. Castelyon, co. Lincoln. 

Castillon. 
Chevrons 

Sa. two lions pass, respectant enclosed betw. as 
many chevrons arg. Chipman. Cuipnah, V. 
Chypenham, V. 

Sa. two lions pass, respectant the first or the se- 
cond arg. betw. two chevrons as the last. 
Chipenhau or Chipnam, V*. 
Crosses 

Or two lions pass, and three crosses croslet fitchy 
sa. Garth, Morden, Surrey; granted 1564; 
the heiress m. Stone. Geart. 

Sa. two lions pass. betw. eight crosses croslet arg. 
Sprinoestowe. 

Gu. two lions pass. arg. betw. nine crosses croslet 
fitchy or. Dalberg-AcxoN.Aldenham Hall, and 
Round Aston, co. Salop ; Baronetcy 17 January 
1643-4 ; derived from William de Acton Burnel, 
temp. Edward III: and its branches Acton, 
Acton Scott, CO. Salop (the heiress m. Stack- 
house) ; and Acton, Gatacre Park, co. Salop. 

Or two lions pass. betw. ten crosses croslet sa. 
Goodrich. 
Estoiles 

Arg. two lions ramp. comb, supporting a dexter 
hand gu. in chief three estoiles. . . . and in base 
a salmon naiant. . . . Johnson, New York, U.S.; 
and Twickenham, Middlesex. 

Arg. two lions pass, within an orle of estoiles or. 
De Casnets, Coventry, and Glentham, co. War- 
wick. 

Flaimchee 

Az. two lions pass, guard, or betw. as many 
flaunches erm. Chibnale or Chibnall, FiU 
mersham, co. Bedford; Astwood, co. Bucking- 
ham ; and co. Northampton. 

Or two lions pass, guard, between as many 
flaunches az. over all on a fess gu. three be- 
zants. Noble, Cornwall ; Belson, and Bishops 
Fenton, co. Devon ; and Banning, Maidstone, 
Kent. 

Sa. two lions pass. arg. betw. as many flaunches 
of the last each charged with a fess az. Steed, F*. 
Tleor-de-lis 

Az. two lions pass, guard, the verge of the escu- 
cheon charged with demi -fleurs-de-lis or. An 
augmentation granted to Catherine Howard, 
fifth wife of Henry VIII ; Z, 489. 
Flowers 

Gu. two lions pass, enclosed betw. three roses in 
pale arg. Hughes, Kinmel Park, co. Denbigh, 
Baron Dinorhen, 10 September 1831 ; extinct 
6 October 1852. 

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BEASTS. S IIONB betw. or witliin .... eont. 

Headi 
Qaarierly per fess wavy az. and or in the first and 
fourth quarters a lion sejant extending the 
dexter paw arg. in the second aod third a fox's 
head erased gu. Thompson, London. 

Mtdlets 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant supporting a dex- 
ter hand couped at the wrist in chief three 
mullets gu. on the base in waves a salmon 
naiaot ppr. O'Neale, Ireland. 

Arg. two lions ramp, combatant supporting a 
sinister band apaumy couped at the wrist in 
chief three mullets gn. in base a salmon naiant 
ppr. O'Neill, Upper Clanaboys, Ireland; Ba- 
ronetcy 13 November 1643; extinct (?). 

Sa. two lions ramp, supporting a sinister hand 
betw. three mullets arg. Donnell, Ireland. 

Sa. two lions respectant arg. supporting a sinister 
hand gu. betw. three mullets of the second. 
Donnell. 

Tressnro 
Gu. two lions pass, within a double tressure arg. 

Felton. 
Ou. two lions pass, within a double tressure flory 

counterflory arg. John Felton, X, William 

Felton, F. Felton, co. Gloucester. 
Gu. two lions pass, guard, arg. within a double 

tressure flory counterHory of the second. Sr. 

John de Felton, co. Gloucester, V. 
Gu. two lions pass. arg. within a double tressure 

ilory countertiory or. M. John de Felton, S, 

2 OTTERS betw. or within.... 

Per pale arg. and sa. two otters enclosed betw. 
three 5-foils in pale counterchanged. Horton, 
Kent. 

S SQUIRRELS betw. or within. . . . 

Bordnre 
Arg. two squirrels sejant addorsed gu. within a 
bordure sa. Sahwell, Cornwall. 

Crouea 
Arg. two squirrels ramp, combatant gu. betw. eight 

crosses croslet three one three and one sa. 

Wood, V, 
Arg. two squirrels sejant affrontant gu. betw. nine 

crosses croslet sa. Wood, F*. 

2 WOLVES betw. or within. . . . 

Bordnre 

Arg. two wolves pass. sa. on a bordure gu. eight 
pair of lion's gambs in saltire or. Ayala. 

Arg. two wolves pass. sa. within a bordure or 
fretty gu. Ayala, Spain. 

Arg. two wolves (pass. V*,) statant sa. on a bor- 
dure or eight saltires couped gu. John Atala, 
Spain, V. 

4.FoiU 

Per pale arg. and sa. two wolves pass, enclosed 
betw. three 4-foils in pale within a bordure 
counterchanged. Horden, Kent. 

Per pale arg. and sa. two wolves pass, enclosed 
betw. three 4-foils in pale counterchanged with- 
in a bordure per pale gu. and or. Hobden, 
Kent, F. 

6.FoiIa 
Per pale arg. and sa. two wolves enclosed betw. 
three 5-foils in pale counterchanged within a 
bordure per pale gu. and or. Harding, Kent 
Horden. 



BEASTS. 2 DOOS betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
Head 

Gu. two greyhounds salient oountersalient in sal- 
tire the dexter surmounted of the sinister arg. 
collared of the field betw. three fleurs-de-lis two 
and one in chief a stag's head couped attired 
with ten tynes or. Udney, That Ilk. 
Horn 

Arg. two greyhounds courant in pale sa. in chief 
a buglehorn of the last stringed gu. wiihin a 
bordure az. Scougall, Edinburgh. And with 
the bordure wavy. Scougall, Scotland. 

2 UONS betw. or within.... 

and in ehief . . . • 

Or two lions pass. betw. three crosses croslet 
fitchy sa. a canton gu. for diff. Lowndes, 
Mordon, Surrey. 

2 SHEEP betw. or within. . . . 

and in ohief.... 

Quarterly az. and or in the first and fourth quar* 
ters a golden fleece in the second and third 
quarters a castle gu. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in 
fess of the first a chief erm. Puewes or 
Plowes, granted^ 20 October 1792, to John 
Plowes, Leeds, and to the family (of his great- 
uncle, Matthew Plowes) at Malaga in Spain, 
descended from Plewes, Masham, co. York. 

2 UONS betw. or within. . . . 

and in base.... 
Croisei 

Per chev. arg. and purp. in chief two lions ramp, 
combatant sa. in base three crosses patty two 
and one of the first all within a bordure az. 
charged with eight fleurs-de-lis or. Bledlow, 
London. 
Sword 

Az. two lions ramp, or supporting a tower arg. in 
base a scimitar pomel and hilt towards the 
sinister betw. two others towards the dexter 
ppr. impaling gu. on a bend or betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis arg. six pellets all within a bordnre 
gold. GuYON, Richmond, Surrey, granted .... 

On 2 LIONS 
Bondleti 
Sa. on two lions pass, in pale arg. three bendlets 
to each gu. Stranoeways. 
Chevron 
Sa. on two lions ramp, combatant arg. as many 
chev. of the field. Thipenhah. 
Flenr-de-lii 
Gu. on two lions pass. arg. a fleur-de-lia at the 
shoulder of each sa. Mounsyer John Strange, r. 
Sa. on two lions pass. arg. crowned or a fleur-de- 
lis at the shoulder of each az. Herovill. 
Sa. on two lions pass. arg. ducally crowned or a 
flear-(\e-li8 at the shoulder of each az. 
Hbbwille. 
Ronndlet 
Gu. on two lions pass, guard, arg. spots sa. 
Mare, co. Chester. 

On 2 CATS and in ohief. . . . 

Per fess gu. and az. on two cats pass, guard, arg. 
ogresses on a canton or a croHS croslet fitchy 
sa. R. R. Caton, F.S.A., descended from 
Caton, Denham, Suffolk ; Thorpe-Abbota, Nor- 
folk ; Binbrook, co. Lincoln, and (Jarr Hoose, 
Howden, co. York ; quartering Constable of 
S waff ham, co. Norfolk; Bewley, and Good- 
hand, CO. Lincoln ; and Hawksmore or Hock- 
more, CO. Nottingham. 



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8BADGSBS 



Aig. three broeks statant az. Bbockhole, F. 
Arg . three brocks ppr. Bbock. 
Arg. three badgers sa. Brockhole or Bbockole, 
Broekole, co. Lancaster. 

8 BATS 

Arg. three bats displ. sa. Backcombe, co. Devon. 

CoLYBA, r. William Heiwobth, Bishop of 

Lichfield, etc., 1420^7. 
Or three bats sa. Bate. 

8 BEAB8 

Arg. three bears in pale sa. Lowis, F*. 

TE*VKftS, r«. WOBCEI^ V. 

Arg. three bears sa. Ditchfieij), Ditton. 

Arg. three bears sa. muzzled or. Bebeham, F*. 

HlKBOTTYI^ F». 

Arg. three bears conchant sa. armed gu. 

Bushbbooke. 
Aig. tiiree bears pa.s8. in pale sa. De Estbiyebs, 

CamberUnd. Tbavebs, co. York. 
Arg. three bears pass. sa. Bbockhole, F*. 
Arj. three bears pass. sa. armed gu. muzzled or. 

Be&ham, Kent. 
Aijr. three bears pass. sa. muzzled or. Babbau. 

fiiABCROFT, Richard Berhalgh,X (Tbevie?). 
irg. three bears statant in pale sa. Tbivebs. 

I^wes Wobcell, F. And with a mullet in 

<i*^ter chief for diff. Tbavebs, London, 1633-4 ; 

Harl MS, 1338, fo. 34 b. 
Aig. three bears statant sa. muzzled or. Bebeham, 

Kent, W. Hbrbotyll, F. 
A*, three bears pass. arg. Tbavebs. 
Ax. three bears (pass. F*.) statant arg. muzzled 

fo. Traves, F. 
Gt three bears arg. Sire Richard de Bablinoham, 

^. Berunohax, Essex. 
Or Arte bears in pale aa. Bebam, F*. 
Or three bears paBS. sa. Bebham, Kent, 1730. 
Or three bears pass. sa. muzzled gu. Babbam, 

Kent 

Or three bears statant in pale sa. Bebam, Kent, F. 
Per fo*8 indented arg. and sa. three bears muzzled 

ooonterebanged. Quynbobow, Norfolk. 
P«r (ess indented arg. and sa. three bears pass. 

cooDierchanged. Quinbobough, Norfolk, 1716. 
Per ptle sa. and arg. three bears counterchanged. 

Bere. 

Per pale m. and arg. three bears (pass. F*.) 
stttaot in pale counterchanged muzzled eu. 
Beee, F. o 6 

Per pale sa, and arg. three bears statant counter- 

^tanged muzzled gu. Bebe. F. 
Per pale sa. and az. three bears counterchanged 

mozzled gu. Bebax, F*. 
8a. three dancing bears or. Bafeobd. Basfobd, 

CO. Nottingham. 

8 B0AB8 

Arg. three boars az. Elwise, F*. 

Aig. three boars pass. az. Elwick, co. York, and 

Lancaster. Elwtee. 
Afg. three boars statant az. Elwtkb, F. 
**!. thr» boars gu. Hebiz. 
Aig. three boars sa. Swynne, F*. 
Aig. tkne boars barwise sa. Bbothall. 
A^ftjwbt boars pass, in pale sa. Butleb, co. 

SoBortet. Newbold, co. York. Sumpteb. 
^ ttoie boazB pass. sa. armed or. Swyne. 
* ^™— boaw (t bears) pass. sa. muzzled or. 

TiEtii, Trevi, Camelford, (^oniwaU. 
|*'*^^H»a»i»UUntinpalesa. Buttbleb,F. 
*«»'*we boais statant sa. Swynno, F. 



BEASTS. 



8 B0AB8 cont. 



Arg. three boars statant with bones in their 

lAouths sa. Gbizzlehubst. 
Az. three boars in pale arg. Bacon, F*. 
Az. three boars arg. Gouohe, F*. 
Az. three boars arg. ears tusks and feet or. 

GocHE GoocHE or GooDOE, Alvingham, co. 

Lincoln. 
Az. three boars pass, in pale arg. Philip 

Phichdan. 
Az. three boars pass. arg. Bacon, co. Hants. 

GocHE, CO. Lincoln. Googe. Gouge, Wales. 

GouGH, Wales. 
Az. three boars statant in pale arg. Bacon, F. 
Az. three boars statant arg. Mathew Gougue, F. 
Az. three boars pans. or. Abbell. Bacon, Nor- 
folk. M*Geobge, Scotland. 
Az. three boars pass, or a fleur-de-lis in the centre 

for diff. Bacon, Harlston, Norfolk. 
Az. three boars statant or. Abbahall, London, 

1633-4, Harl MS. 1368, fo. 18 b. 
Az. three boars in pale sa. Butteleb, F*. 
Gu. three boars pass. arg. Coates. 
Or three boars (? urchins) statant az. Henry de 

He BICE, A, 
Or three boars pass, in pale sa. Hebis. 
Or three boars pass sa. Swvne. 
Sa. three boars arg. Robert Swynehowe, X 
Sa. three boars pass. arg. armed or. Winsinoton, 

CO. Gloucester. 
Sa. three boars pass. or. Swinhoe, Calcutta. 

8 CAMELS 

Or three camels sa. Camells, F*. 

Or three camels statant sa. Camells, F. 

8 CATS 

Arg. three cats pa<)8. in pale sa. Keat or Keate, 
Hoo and Paul's Walden^ co. Hertford ; Baro- 
netcy 12 June 1660, extinct 6 March 1757. 
Keate, Woodford, Essex, and Grovehurst, 
Kent. Keats, co. Berks and co. Gloucester. 
Kete, St. Columb, Cornwall. 

Arg. three cats pass, guard, in pale sa. Catt, V, 

Arg. three cats statant guard, in pale sa. Keate 
or Kete, London, 1633-4, impaling Armstrong, 
HarLif5. 1358, fo. 16 b. 

£rm. three cats in pale az. Adaus, Lord Mayor 
of London 1648 ; Baronetcy 13 June 1660 ; ex- 
tinct 12 April 1770. Adams, Charwelton, co. 
Northampton, 1360 ; the heiress m. Marriott. 
Adams, Wclton, co. Northampton, a branch of 
Adams of Charwelton. 

Erm. three cats pass, guard, in pale az. Roger 
Adams alias Taseeb, London, 1584; quartering 
arg. three bars and in chief as many lozenges 
az., with or a fess betw. three lions ramp, 
guard sa., and az. a chevron arg. betw. three 
8.foils slipped or; altered 1590, Harl MS. 
1359, fo. 105 b. 

Erm. three cats pass, guard, az. Tibbett. 

Erm. three oats pass, guard, in pale az. Roger 
Adams alias Taseeb, London, 1590; granted 
by Cooke, W; the cats two and one proper, F*. 

Erm. three cats statant guard, in pale az. a cres- 
cent for diff. Adams, London, 1633-4, Harl, 
MS. 1358, fo. 26 b. 

Erm. three cats passant in pale sa. Adams. 

Per fess embattled gu. and sa. three cats pass, 
arg. Lufpingcotb, co. Devon. 

Per fess nebuly gu. and sa. three cats pass. arg. 
LuppiNocoTE, Wybbery, co. Devon. 

Sa. three cats arg. Lynch, Kent. 



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8 CATS cant 



BEASTS. 



8 DSJEB cont. 



Sa. three cats pass, in pale arg. Schives, Mare- 
ton, Scotland. • 

Sa. three civet cats pass, in pale arg. Seeves, 
Muirton, Kimbach, and Kilwhiss, Scotland. 

Sa. three cats pass, in pale arg. {? spotted . . . . ) 
Shivez, Muirtoan, Scotland; quartering arg. 
on a cross moline sa. a mallet of the field. 

Sa. three cats pass, guard, arg. John Catrik or 
Keteuiche. Bishop of St. David's 1414; Lich- 
field, etc., 1415: Exeter, I419-i0. 

Sa. three cats statant (pass. V*.) guard, arg. 
collared and belled or. Compton» Catton, F. 

Vert three cats pass. arg. Gibbes, Parrott, co. 
Dorset. 

8 DEER 

Arg. three backs coorant gn. attired or. Whallet, 
F*. 

Arg. three roebucks in full course gn. Roe, 
Scotland. % 

Arg. three stags lodged gu. Jolly, London. 

Arg. three harts pass. gu. attired or. Whallet, 
CO. Lancaster ; and Sussex. 

Arg. three bucks (not trippant but) passant (in 
grant 20 May 1479-80, Harl MS. 1359, fo. 74 b ; 
and repeated when an impalement was granted 
1505,) reguard. gu. attired and ungated (not sa. 
but) or. Company of Leathersellebs, Lon- 
don. 

Arg. three harts springing gu. attired or. 
Whalley, Sussex, V. 

Arg. three roebucks ppr. attired or. Rone, Long- 
ford, CO. Salop. 

Arg. three bucks trippant ppr. Bbowne, Middle- 
sex. Rone, Samborne Hall, Essex. 

Arg. three stags trippant ppr. Roane. 

Arg. three (bucks V*.) roebucks courant (spring- 
ing F*.) sa. in chief a crescent for difl". Sir 
John RooEBS, Comptroller of the Household 
temp. Elizabeth, F. 

Az. three bucks pass. arg. Gbebn, Northumber- 
land. 

Az. three stags trippant arg. Jesus' College, 
Oxford, founded 1571, being the arms of 
Hugh Pbice, LL.D., a chief contributor to the 
building. 

Az. three bucks or. Gouohton. Gbeen, F*. 

Az. three harts or. Hahond. 

Az. three bucks courant or. Gbeen, Boys* Hall, 
Essex, and co. Oxford. 

Az. three (bucks V.) harts lodged or. Appulby, 
F. Apulby, F*. 

Az. three hacks pass. or. Gbeen, go. Northamp- 
ton. And with a mullet of the last in chief for 
difl". Sir William Gbeen, co. Oxford; confirmed 
February 1605 ; Uarl MS, 6095, fo. 22. 

Az. three harts sejant or. Apleby. 

Az. three bucks statant or. M. Thomas Gbeen, 
5'. 

Az. three stags statant or a slipped 3 foil arg. in 
chief for diff. John Gbeen, Judge of the 
Sheriffs' Coiurt, London, 16334, Harl, MS, 
1358, fo. 43. 

Az. three backs trippant or. Gbeen, Boys* Hall, 
Essex; and co. Oxford. Sir Thomas Green, 
CO. Northampton, F. John Gbeen, in Hors- 
hill Church, Surrey, 1651. Thomas Gbeen, 
Bishop of Norwich 1721; Ely, 1723-38. 
Gbeene, Kilmanahan Castle, Clonmel. Gbeene, 
Kilranalagh, co. Wicklow. Tbeoaoijs. 

Az. three bucks trippant or a crescent for diff. 
Gbeen, Barnet, co. Hertford ; and BristoL 



Az. three stags trippant or. Gbeen, Buckden. 
Gbeen, co. York. John Gbeen, Bishop of Liu 
coin 1761-79. Gbeene, Lichfield; quartering 
Webb and Jevon. 

Az. three bucks pass.ppr. Gbeen, co. Northampton. 

Erm. three stags (statant only, Uarl. MS. 1244-3) 
at gaze gu. John Blythe, Bishop of Salisburr 
1493-9. 

Erm three (bucks V*.) roebucks statant gu. at- 
tired or. Thomas Blythe, Querreby and Baro- 
by, CO. York, 1566, W. 

Erm three bucks trippant gu. attired or. Blythe. 

Erm. three roebucks trippant ppr. Blythe, Bur- 
chet, CO. Derby. Blythe, Norton, co. Derby. 
"William Blythe, father of John Blythe, Bishop 
of Salisbury, 1493 9; and of Geffrey Blythe, 
Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry 1503-31, had 
a grant of these arms temp. Hen. Yll. 

Gu. three bucks arg. Cheneb or Cheteb. 

Gu. three bucks pass. arg. Gonton Gobton 
GouTON or Gunton. 

Gu. three bucks or. Gonton Gobton Gouton 
or GtniTON, Peterborough, co. Northampton. 

Gu. three bucks pass. or. Gonton or Gouohton. 

Gu. three roebucks pass. or. Rothebham. 

Gu. three stags trippant or. Hinde, Essex; with 
an inescucheon for Thayer. 

Or three bucks pass. az. Watts. 

Or three bucks lodged ppr. Blooo. 

Or three stags trippant ppr. Rogers, as quartered 
by Harrison. 

Or three stags trippant sa. that in base standing 
under a tree ppr. Eastwood, Castletown Casile, 
CO. Louth ; originally from co. Nottingham. 

Per chev. engr. arg. and sa. three hinds trippant 
counterchanged. Flowebdue. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three bucks or. Habt, T'*. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three bucks in full course 
or. Gbeen. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three harts statant or. Sir 
Percivall Habt, Kent, F. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three bucks trippant or. 
Dunscombe. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three harts trippant or. 
Habt, Westmill, co. Hereford, temp. Edward 
III; London; Ware, co. Hertford; and (by 
marriage with Elizabeih Peche) LuUtng- 
stone Castle, Kent; the heiress m. Bluet and 
Dyke. 

Per chev. gu. and az. three bucks or. Habt. 

Per chev. gu. and az. three bucks in full course 
or. Dunscombe, London. 

Per chev. gu. and az. three harts trippant or. 
Habte, Kent, W, 

Per chev. gu. and sa. three hinds or. Bbown 
alias We ABE, F*. 

Per chev. gu. and sa. three hinds pass, or a cres- 
cent for diff. Weabe alias Bbown, Denford, co. 
Berks ; and Boston, co. Wilts. 

Per ohev. gu. and sa. three hinds statant or. 
Bbown alias Weabe, Marlborough, co. Wilts, F. 

Per chev. or and gu. three bucks counterchanged. 
Caulx. 

Per pale az. and sa. three bucks trippant or. 
Gbeene, Mitch am, Surrey; ^rant^d January 1663. 

Per pale gu. and az. three bucks trippant or. 
Sir John Sucklino ; descended iVom Suckliko, 
Wooton, Norfolk, the heiress m. Fox. 

Sa. three hinds oounterpass. arg. Cottiroham. 

Sa. three bucks pass. or. Bosselby. 

Sa. three bucks trippant or. Swift, Blandford, 
CO. Dorset. 



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157 



BEASTS. 



S DEEB cont. 



Vert three bucks arg. attired or. Tbollop, F*. 

Vert three stags conraot in pale arg. Rae, Esk 
Grore, Mid Lothian ; Baronetcy 27 Jane 1804. 

Vert three harts coarant (another salient) arg. 
Andrew Teoijx)Pe, F. 

Vert three (backs V*.) harts lodged arg. 
AyDERSOK, Newca«^tle, 1615, W. 

Vert three stags lodged argent attired or and 
laogued (gn. or) gold. Anderson, removed 
from Alnewick to Newcastle, 1615; Vincents 
(^llect io College of AnnH, 149, fo. 41. 

Vert three bucks pass. arg. Troup, that Ilk. 

Ven three backs pass. arg. armed or. Trollop, 
City of Durham; confirmed 27 July 1639; 
qoartering Uarpins and Uawicks with a ores* 
eeot gu. for diff. 

Vert three bucks pass. arg. attired or a crescent 
for diit Trollop, Thomley, co. Durham. 

Vert three harts salient (another courant) arg. 
Aadreir Trollop, F. 

Vert three roebucks trippant arg. attired or. 
Scott, Barnes Hall, Ecclesfield, co. York. 

Vat Utfee (n.ebucks sUtant, Harl MS, 12443) 
sttgs trippant arg. attired or. Thomas Scot 
*&a& BoTHERHAM, Bishop of Rochester, 146B; 
Iincohi,l471; Archbishop of York 1480-1500, 
Giniioal S. (Cecilia, and Chancellor of England. 

Vm three bucks at gaze or. Rotberau, F*. 

^ot three roebucks or. Rotherham, Essex. 

Vert three bucks in full course or. Rotuerham, 
eo. Bedford. 

Vert three harts in full coarse or. Trollop, co. 
Northnmberland. 

^ A three bucks lodged or. ANDBRSON,Coxlodge, 
«. Northumberland; descended through 
Aaderson, Jesmond House (of which the elder 
fewch settled at least three- quarters of a cen- 
t>iJftgo in St. Peten*borgh), from Anderson, 
.Vonh Shields, afterwards of Newcastle-upon- 
Tjne. 

Vert three roebucks statant or. Sir Thomas 

BoTHMLUI, F. 

Vert three bucks statant at gaze or. Green, Z, 
*»). 

^m three bucks trippant or, Rotheram, Dron- 
Md, CO. Derby ; co. Bedford ; Essex ; and co. 
SomerKt^ Thomas Green, Bishop of Norwich 
mi; Ely 172:5-.38. Trollop. 

^«rt three bocks trippant or over all a bend 
fuiisua arg. Botherhak, Farley, co. Bed- 
ford. 

Vm three stags trippant ppr. Scott, Aldborough, 
Kan Biding, oo. York. 

8 BOOB. 

^ three demi -greyhounds courant couped and 
coUared in pale dexter and as many pierced 
BolktA in pale sinister arg. Goodman, F. 

Arg. three talbots pass. az. Haxley, Treblethick, 
Imp. Henry VII, and S. Columb; descended 
frna Hajojey, Halwyn, co. Cornwall, extinct 
I4t7, the heiress m. Cbamperaowne. Hanlet. 

^ three greyhounds gu. Sire William 
MitrLEVEXKB, >r. 

Af|;tfaRc greyhounds gu. collared sa. Whelpdale 
at Wbklpedale. 

^ three greyhounds coarant in pale gu. 
Ki«Tni,K«nt. 

^ dttae greyhounds courant in pale gu. 
ffM »il (of the field f or) az. Whelpoale, 
SUEig31 and Penrith, co. Cumberland. Roger 
Biafaop of Carlisle, 1419-23. 



BEASTS. 



8 D008 cont. 



Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale gu. collared 

or." Whelpdale, F. 
Arg. three greyhounds pass. gu. Whelpdale. 
Arg. three greyhounds .... sa. collared arg. 

Arglwydd y Bryn. 
Arg. three greyhounds in pale sa. collared or. 

More, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. three greyhounds sa. collared or. John 

Manchell, X, 
Arg. three greyhounds conchant sa. Iorwerth 

Sais. 
Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale sa. Brisco, 

Croftun, CO. Cumberland, Baronetcy 11 July 

1782. Brisco, Coghurst, Sussex; a branch of 

Brisgo, Crofton Hall. Adam Brisco, Yarwell, 

CO. Northampton, W, Cooper. Scourfield, 

Brecon. And with a martlet in chief for diff. 

Brisco, oo. Hertford, W, 
Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale sa. collared 

arg. WioHORB, in Ingham Church, Norfolk, 

1315. Gough^ Sep. Monts., l,ii, 121. 
Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale sa collared 

or. Maltverer, Bemesley, F. Moore. More, 

More Hall and Bank Hall, co. Lancaster ; Ba- 
ronetcy 22 November 1675, extinct 21 May 

1810; the heiress m., 1795, Browning. Sir 

Thomas Wiomore, F. 
Arg. three greyhounds courant sa. Ogls. 
Arg. semy of crosses patty fitchy and three grey- 

hounds courant sa Smith, Stratford onAvon, 

CO. Warwick, 1626. 
Arg. three talbots pass, in pale sa Martyn, 

Kent. 
Arg. three hounds (another, talbots) pass. sa. 

Chantrell, 00. Devon. 
Arg. three talbots pass. sa. Chantrell, V,* 

Chaunterell. 
Arg. three greyhounds pass. sa. collared gu. 

Whelpdale or Whelpedale. 
Arg. three greyhounds pass. sa. collared or. 

Wiomore, Stamfoid, CO. Lincoln. 
Arg. three talbots stattint sa William Chantrell, 

Brampton, oo. Devon, F. 
Az. three bloodhounds arg. Raqon. 
Az. three greyhounds arg. Lanhorgy, Cornwall. 
Az. three greyhounds in full course arg. 

Barneyes. 
Az. three greyhounds arg. pursuing a stag in full 

course all bendways and at random. Yardley 

or Yardeley. 
Az. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

gu. Berington, CO. Stafford. 
Az. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

or. Barneis, F. 
Az. three greyhounds courant arg. ducally gorged 

or. Sinderton, co. Cambridge. 
Az. three greyhounds pass. arg. Lenhoroy, 

Cornwall. 
Az. three greyhounds pass. arg. collared or. 

Barneys. 
Az. three talbots or. Raoon. 
Az. three talbots pass. or. Peake or Peke, 

Sandwich, Kent. 
Az. three talbots statant or. Edward Peke, 

Heldchurcb Gate, Kent ; granted by Cooke, W. 
Barry of three sa. and erm. as many talbots pass. 

or over all a sinister bendlet .... Allenson. 
Erra. three greyhounds courant in pale gu. 

Deach, F.* 
Erm. three talbots pass. sa. Borley, Essex. 
Gu. three hounds courant in pale arg. Ps. de 

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Gu. three greyhouDds coorant in pale arg. 
Gebwoys, r. William Mai^vereir, F. Joan 
Maulevebeb, E, M . William M auleverere, 5. 

Ga. three greyhounds in full course arg. 
Gervis. 

Gu. three greyhounds oourant in pale arg. collared 
az. Hardino, Houldingfield, co. Durham. Sir 
John Malevereb, Alderton, V, Mauliverer, 
V* 

Gu. three greyhounds oourant in pale arg. collared 
of the field. Mauleverer, fiarooetcy 4 August 
1041, extinct March 1713. 

Gu. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 
or. Harding, co. Dorset. Johnson, London, W, 
M. Olyver Maulbverere, S. Mauleverer, 
Allerton-Mauleverer,co. York; Baronetcy 4 Au- 
gust 1641, extinct March 1713. 

Gu. three greyhounds courant arg. collared sa. 
studded or. Quixi.ey. 

Gu. three hounds pass. arg. Raoon or Ragan. 

Gu. three greyhounds pass. arg. Gervis. John 
Mauleverer, T. 

Gu. three talbots (pass. V*.) statant arg. Raoon, 
V. 

Gu. three greyhounds courant in pale or. 
Harding. 

Gu. three greyhounds in fnll course in pale or. 
Gerveis. 

Gu. three greyhounds courant in pale or collared 
az. Harding, Coaley, co. Gloucester; and 
Rockfields, co. Monmouth. John Harding, 
temp. Henry Y, V, Harding, Houldiugfield, 
CO. Durham. 

Gu. three greyhounds pass. or. Gebvas. 

Or three tfdbots pass. az. Talbot. 

Or three hounds pass. gu. Champavne, Kent. 

Or three greyhounds passant sa. Allen, Hoyland, 
CO. York. 

Per chev. or and gu. three greyhounds in full 
course oounterchanged. Hast, Wyndham, 
Norfolk. 

Per chev. or and sa. three greyhounds courant 
countercbanged. Prentice, Northampton, 
1716. The greyhounds collared .... Prentys, 
Wygenhall and Burston, Norfolk. 

Per fess embattled gu. and sa. three talbots 
statant guard, arg. Lippincott or Luppincott, 
Wibbery, Alverdiscot, co. Devon ; extinct 1779. 
Lippincott, Bristol; Baronetcy 7 September 
1778, extinct 23 August 18*^9 ; quartering sa. a 
chev. arg. betw. three mermaids ppr. orined 
and combed or. 

Per pale arg. and vert three greyhounds counter- 
changed. Thomunson, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Per pale gu. and az. three hounds in full cry arg. 
Turner, Lord Mayor of London, 1769, and 
Tablehurst, Sussex. 

Per pale gu. and az. three talbots pass. arg. 
ToRNER, Reading, co. Berkshire. Torneb, 
Tableheart, Sussex; eovflrmed 27 June 1579. 
Turner, Sussex, W, 

Per pale or and arg. three hounds pass. gu. 
Dandezey. 

Per pale vert, and arg. three greyhounds courant 
in pale countercbanged collared oi. Tomlin. 
SON, Birdford, co. York. 

Sa. three greyhounds .... arg. Gwion Benarw. 

Sa. three greyhounds .... in pale arg. collared 
gu. Malyverer, Wodersome, co. York. 

Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. 
Langwortuy, Bath. Malevsbeb, Wedersun, 
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Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 
gu. WiGMORE, Norfolk ; granted 1586. 

Sa. three hounds courant arg. collared gu. 
Vaughan, Wigmore, co. Herefoi-d. 

Sa. three greyhounds courant arg. collared gu. 
Mallory, Wooderson, co. York. 

Sa. three greyhounds courant io pale arg. collared 
or. Machell, Penny Bridge, co. Lancaster; a 
younger branch of Machell, Mauchael or 
Mauchel, Crakenthorpe Hall, co. Westmore- 
land; and Beverley, co. York. Mauleverer, 
Allerton- Mauleverer, co. York; Baronetcy 4 
Augustl641; extinct March 1713. Mauleverer, 
Amclifife, co. York ; the co-heira m. Lindsey and 
Gowan. Michell, F*. Mychell, co. Wilts, H'. 

Sa. three greyhounds in full course arg. collared 
or. Benyngton. 

Sa. three hounds pass. arg. Bunton. Horker, 
Coleford, co. Somerset; granted 1584, Harl. 
J/S. 135U, fo. 119. 

Sa. three greyhounds pass. arg. Burton. 

Sa. three talbots pass. arg. Sir John Horner, 
Coleford, co. Somerset ; granted by Cooke, W. 

Sa. three greyhounds pass. arg. collared compooy 
or and sa. Robert Mauleverer, Y. 

Sa. three greyhounds courant or. Burton. 

Vert three talbots pass. arg. Hill, Lewisham, 
Kent. 

8 FOXES 

Arg. three foxes (courant V*.) pa.<<s. in pale gu. 

Tregoos, F. 
Arg. three foxes pass. gu. Treoos, Comirall. 
Arg. three foxes courant sa. Tregoze, Cornwall. 

8 00AT8 

Arg. three goats sa. Mulling, Cornwall. 

Arg. thsee goats salient sa. Apulstone or 
Apulton, CO. Lancaster. 

Az. three goats arg. attired or. Hanley, co. 
Devon, and Cornwall. 

Az. three goats oouchant arg. attired or. Hanby. 
Hawley. 

Az. three goats (pass. F*.) statant arg. Hanley, 
Cornwall, F. 

Gu. three goats pass. arg. Gotham, F*. 

Gu. thiee goats pass. arg. attired or. MALLYifo, 
Cornwall. 

Gu. three goats pass. arg. attired and unguled or. 
Staufield, Newmills, Scotland. 

Gu. three goats salient arg. Tharrold. 

Gu. three goats statant urg. Richard Gothax,F. 

Per chev. sa. and arg. three goats pass, counter- 
changed. Crosby. 

Per fess embattled arg. and az. three goats pass, 
countercbanged attired or. Man, Lanca- 
shire. 

Per fess embattled arg. and gu. three goats pass, 
countercbanged. Man, Bullingbrooke, co. Lin- 
coln. 

Per fess embattled gu. and arg. three goats pass, 
countercbanged. Goathax. 

Sa. three goats courant in pale arg. Mallyn, 
Cornwall, F. 

Sa. three goats pass, in pale arg. Muujng or 
MuLLiNGE, Thiugden, co. Northampton, and oo. 
Northumberland. 

Sa. three goats pass. arg. Hanmeb, Elweny 
Maptis, CO. Salop. Dyer, F*. Gateford. 
Stansfield, Esholt Hall, oo. York ; quartering 
CrODipton and Rookes. 

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BEASTS. 

Sa. three gotts pass. arg. attired or. Dyer, 
Aldebary, co. Hertford; and Stoughtou, co. 
Hootingdon; granted 1575. Hollowat. 
TowKLET, CO. Lincoln. 

Si. three goets ramp. arg. Oatfoed, F*. 

Sa. three goats salient arg. Gabfobd. Oatesford. 
GiYTFOED, V. Thorold, Marston, oo. Lincoln, 
Bftronetcj 24 August 1642. Thobold, The 
Htagbi CO. Lincoln ; Baronetcy 14 Jane 1644, 
extinct 80 November 1706. Thobold, Harm- 
8ton, CO. linooln. Lord Mayor of London 1730 ; 
Baronetcy 9 September 1709, extinct 2 January 
1737-8. Thobold, Harmston, co. Lincoln; 
Baronetcy 24 March 1740-41, extinct August 
17ft4. Thomas Thobold, London, 1633-4; 
quartering Hough, Mars ton, and Berehangh, 
HarL MS, 1358. fo. 87 b. Thobold, Chester- 
ton, co. Cambridge. 

Sa. three goats salient arg. attired or. Thobold, 
Marston, co. Lincoln ; granted 1574. 

Sa. three goats statant arg. Sir James Dteb, F. 

Sa.thiee goats statant ( pass. F*.) arg. collared and 
WW or. Stansfield, Stansfield, co. York, F. 

Sa. three goats trippant arg. Stansfeld, Stans- 
£eId,eo. York ; and its branch, Stamsfeld, Bur- 
ley, CO. York, quartering Wolrich. 

Tert three goats pass. arg. Stanhope. 

Ten three goats pass. arg. armed or. Stansfield, 
Letres, Sussex ; confirmed by Segar. 

Ten three goats pass. arg. two and one attired or. 
Stakfield, The Cliff, Lewes, Sussex. 

Vert three goats pass. arg. horns tipped sa. 

SliXTOED. 

Tfft three goats pass, in pale ppr. Lloyd, 

(^bckfaen, co. Montgomery. 
Ten three goats trippant arg. Stansfield, 

£sholt, CO. York, quartering Crompton. 

8 HABE8. 

kt%. three conies (another current) az. Abbowood 

or AxwooD, oo. Lancaster, 
iig. three (conies, F.* ) hares current in pale az. 

AiwAXo. Arwood, F. 
Arf. three conies gu. (The old bearing of) 

GftAZEBBooK originally de Gbesbroke, and 

Guj&ratoKE, Orayehronka .Hnll, Shenstone, co. 

'$u£r3, now uf Andnam, Stourbridge, co. Staf- 

fcfd. 
Arg. three hares playing bagpipes gu. This coat 

haa been assigned to Hopwell, co. Devon. 

Iitz-Ebcald, CO. Derby; extinct temp. Richard 

I ; the co-heirs m. Longford and Sacheverell. 
Aff. three conies sa. Stboud, 1730. /^ iiyO^* 
Arg. three conies pass. sa. Contston. ) ^^ .. / 
Aff. three conies sejant sa. Stbode, co. Somer- 

aet,1716. 
Az. thrve bares in pale arg. Levbbinoton. 
Az. three hares arg. Levebton. 
Al three leverets courant in pale arg. 

LCTXBI5GTOy, F. 

Gm. three hares in pale arg. Leyerinoton. 

Go. three conies sejant arg. Corinosby, Harap- 

ton Court, co. Hereford ; co. Worcester ; and 

CO. Salop. 
Or three conies sa. Coninoham. Conyston. 
Or thne conies tsouchant sa. Goninqeston, F. 

COUBOSTOV, F.* 

8«> time ctmiea courant arg. Conycliff, F. 
ConusB, oo. Lancaster. Cunliff, Chisle- 
koat, Keot. Cusuffe, Liverpool, co. Lan- 
<«!«; Rwgtiton, co. Chester; and Acton, co. 
Staidgll, BttOBtftey 26 March 1 759. 



BEASTS. 3 HABE8 cont, 

Sa. three conies courant or. Cxtnliff, Chisle- 

hurst, CO. Kent. 
Vert three hares courant ppr. Witts, London; 

granted 1 February 1769. 

8 H0B8E8 

Arg. three horses ramp. sa. Hickebingill, 

Lawford, Essex. 
Gu. three horses courant aig. Fbye, Yartye, 

temp, Edward lY, and Deer Park wood and 

Dulcis, CO. Devon. Eebchinall, Parwell, co. 

Northampton. 
Gu. three colts courant arg. a fleur-de-lis or in 

the centre for diff. Fby. 
Per pale wavy or and gu. three horses courant 

arg. Fbay or Fbye, Surrey, and AntiRua. 
Per pale vert and gu. three horses courant arg. 

bridled or. Fby. 
Vert three horses arg. bridled or a fleur-de-lis of 

the last in the centre for diff. Fbie. 
Vert three horses courant in pale arg. Fby. 
Vert three horses courant in pale arg. bridled or. 

Fby, Brompton. 
Vert three horses courant arg. bridled or, 

Fbee, F. Fby, Exeter, co. Devon ; and Tarrant, 

Gunfold, Dorset. 

8 LEOFABDS 

Borne of theae are probably Lions. 

Arg. three leopards in chief gu. Yonoe. 

Arg. three leopards gu. armed and langued or. 

Fawconbbidoe. 
Az. three leopards pass. arg. Babne, Londoiu 
Az. three leopards pass. or. Babne, London. 
Az. three leopards segreant or. Hethebfield. 
Gu. three leopards pass. arg. Habbiabd,co. Hants. 
Gu. three leopards pass. or. O'Bbien, Jreland. 
Gu. three leopards ramp. or. Fitz Hebbebt. 
Gu. three leopards pass, guard, per pale or and 

arg. O'Bbien, Shotgrove, Essex. 
Per fess embattled gu. and sa. three leopards 

pass. arg. Lippincott. 
Per fess embattled gu. and sa. three leopards 

pass. arg. spotted of the second. Luppinocote, 

CO. Devon. 
Per pale arg. and sa. three leopards in pale coun- 

terohanged. Ashill. 
Sa. three leopards ramp. arg. spotted of the field. 

Lynch, Groves, Kent: and Bixton Hall, co. 

Lancaster. 
Sa. three leopards in pale erm. Walkeb, co. 

Cambridge. 
Sa. three leopards pass, in pale or a crescent for 

diff. Boubchieb, Essex. 
Sa. three leopards pass, in pale or spotted of the 

field. Bouchieb, Little Stainbridge, Essex. 
Sa. three leopards in pale or spotted of the first. 

Boubchieb, 1610. 

8 LIONS 

Arg. three demi-lions ramp. gu. Bene. Benet, 
CO. Berks. Estubmy. Fisheb. Henri le 
Mebvillb, £, Harl. MS, 6137 ; but le Stubmi 
(and in the margin) script le Mebvyn, sed dubio, 
E, Harl, MS. 6589. Staemyn, F*. Stibny, 
Z, 48H. Stobmyn, co. Somerset. Stubmy, co. 
Wilts, 1716. Stubmyn. F. 

Arg. three demi-lions ramp, couped gu. Kahl. 

Arg. three lions gu. issuant out of two bars wavy 
az. MuLLiKiHE, Scotland. 

Arg. three demi-lions gu. issuant out of water 
ppr. Miilliken, Scotland. 









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Az. three derai-lions ramp. arg. Newman. 

Az. ^bat 7 sa.) three deini-lions ramp, erased 
erminois. Gbeen, Cawthorne, and i?hunder- 
cliife Grange, Sheffield; granted 6 October 
1612. 

Az. three demi-lions pass, guard, or. Hamokd, 
Kent 

Az. three demi-lions ramp. or. Habrison, Acas- 
ter, Caton, and Flaxby, co. York. Harrison, 
Greenbank, Ambleside, co. Westmoreland. 

Az. three demi-lions ramp, erased or. Thomas 
Harrison, Mayor of York ; granted 2 August 
1592. 

Az. three demi-lions ramp, erased or each crowned 
with an eastern crown arg. Harrison, Hendon, 
Middlesex; and Westminster: Bluemantle Pur- 
suivant of Arms, 1767 ; Windsor Herald, 1774; 
Norroy King of Arms, 1784; and Clarenceux 
King of Arms, 1803. Rogers-HARnisoN, Hen- 
don, Middlesex, quartering Rogers. Rogers- 
Harrison, Blanche Lyon Purnnivant of Arms 
Extraordinary, and Bluemantle Pursuivant of 
Arms, 1831 ; quartering Rogers, with over all 
in the centre chief point on an iuescucheon 
gu. a Uon ramp. arg. in allusion to the 
office. 

Gu. three demi-lions pass, in pale arg. crowned 
or. Bennet. 

Gu. three demi-lions ramp. arg. with a mullet or 
in the centre for diflf. Benett, Norton Bavant, 
Westbury, and Pyt House, co. Wilts. 

Gu. three demi-lions ramp, couped arg. with a 
bezant in the centre for diff. Sir Thomas 
Bennet, Lord Mayor of London 1603, Harl. 
MS, 1349 ; but Bennett, 6095, fo. 23 b. 

Gu. three demi-lions couped or. Pepper, Ireland. 

Gu. three demi-lions pass. or. Eschb or Eschey. 
Hammond, Cheam, Surrey. 

Gu. three demi-lions pass, guard, or. Hach, co. 
Devon. 

Or three demi-lions pass, guard, gu. Knolles. 
CO. Hants. Knowles, Downton and Winches- 
ter, CO. Hants; Vititation 1634. 

Or three demi-lions ramp. gu. Bennet, co. 
Devon. 

Per pale indented arg. and vert three demi-lions 
those in chief the dexter gu. the sinister or 
and that in base per pale indented gu. and or. 
Hawkins- Whitsued, Killincarrick, co. Wicklow, 
and Jobstown, co. Mayo, Baronetcy 16 May 
1834 ; quartering Hawkins. Whitshed, Dublin ; 
certified 7 July 1705. 

Per pale az. and or three demi-lions pass, guard, 
in pale arg. Hahond, Kent. 

Per pale az. and sa. three demi-lions ramp, 
erm. each gorged with a collar gemelly gu. 
Harrison, Ripley, Surrey ; granted 31 March 
1819. 

Per pale gu. and az. three demi-lions ramp. arg. 
ducally crowned or. Wiberd, Essex. 

Per pale gu. and az. three demi-lions pass. or. 
Lennard. 

Per pale gu. and az. three demi-lions pass, guard, 
or. Hamond, Windingham, co. Cambridge; 
CO. Hertford; Tuddington, Middlesex; and co. 
York. 

Per pale or and az. three demi-lions pass, coun- 
tercbanged. Hammond, co. Buckingham ; and 
Kent. 

Sa. three demi-lions ramp, couped arg. langued 
gu. Newman, Mamhead, co. Devon, Baronetcy 
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8 LIONS eont. 



Sa. three demi-lions ramp, erased without tails 
(but with tails Harl MS. 1359, fo. 13, confirmed 
1 July 1588) arg. Randall, co. Berks; and 
Kentesbury, co. Devon, 1583, quartering Woolfe ; 
the heiress m. Jones. 

Sa. three demi-lions ramp. erm. Newman, 
Crediton, co. Devon. 

Sa. (but ? az.) three demi-lions ramp, erased 
erminois. Greene, Cawthorne, and Thunder- 
cliffe. Grange, co. York, granted 1612. 

.... three lions pass .... Wulstan de Bransfokd, 
Bishop of Worcester 1339-49. 

.... three lions pass, in pale arg. over all on a 
bend sa. three annulets or. Parlar, West- 
minster. 

.... three lions ramp over all a bend of 

lozenges .... Nicholas Pyk's Seal. 

.... three lions ramp, guard .... Philip de 
Vache's Seal, 1382. 

Arg. three lions .... az. over all a bend ga. 
Ellet, CO. Hants. 

Arg. three lions .... az. crowned or. Josceus 
de DiNANT, Dugdale^ Bar. i, 443; Joos of 
Ludlow ; Leland, Coll. i, 232. 

Arg. three lions pass, in pale az. Geffrey de 
Colvile, Af but Camvile, A, Harl. MS. 
6137. 

Arg. three lions pass, guard, in pale az. Grego. 

Arg. three lions ramp. az. Mildmab. Mildmat, 
Earl of Fitz-Walter, Viscount Harwich, cr^aft'on 
14 May 1730, extinct 1756; Baron Fitz-Walter, 
creation 10 February 1669. Mildmay, Mouls- 
ham, Essex ; Baronetcies 29 June 1611, extinct 
13 February 1625-6 ; 5 February 1765, extinct 
8 August 1771. St. John Mildmay, Farley, 
Dogmersfield Park, and Shawford, co. Hants ; 
Htizelgrove, co. Somerset; Moulsham Hall, 
and Marks, Essex; Baronetcy 9 October 
1772. Sir .. .. Talbott, Bashall, co. Lancas- 
ter, R, 

Arg. three lions ramp. az. armed and langned gu. 
St. John-MiLDMAY, Moulsham Hall, Essex, 
quartering St. John ; Baronetcy 9 October 1772. 
Mildmay, The Graces, Essex. Mildmay, 
Danbury, Essex ; and Apthorp, co. Northamp- 
ton. 

Arg. three lions pass, in pale gu. Desnay, co. 
Lincoln, K. Disney, co. Lincoln. Disni, in 
Norton Disney Church, co. Lincoln. M. Wil- 
liam Dysney, 5i. Faconberqe. Fawconbridge, 
F*. Fawconbrige, W. Kikerby. Kynnerby, 
V. T, LiTTLEBURY, V, St. IvE. Johao de 
St. Yve, F. 

Arg. three lions pass. gu. Desnay, F*. Monsire 
de DiLNY, Y. Fawconbrtdoe. Humfines. 
Gloucester. Kynerby, F*. 

Arg. three lions pass. gu. armed az. Dynsey. 

Arg. three lions pass, tails coward in pale gu. 
Walleys or Waijjs. 

Arg. goutty de sang three lions pass. gu. crowned 
or. Fayrford. 

Arg. goutty de sang three lions pass, tails coward 
gu. crowned or. Fayrford. 

Arg. three lions pass, guard, in chief gu. 

YONGE. 

Arg. three lions pass, guard, in pale gu. 
Broorave, Hamels, co. Hertford: Baronetcy 
18 March 1662 ; extinct 8 June 1707 ; co. Lan- 
caster; and London. Brogravb Burgrave 
or BoROUOHGRAVB, Norfolk, and co. Warwick. 
Broorave, F. Fawconbridge, F*. Sir William 
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Aig. three lions pass, guard. (ni> Disnet. 
Faocokbbrob, de V South, 7. Thomas 

BsooBATE, Hamels. co. Hertford; Baronetcy 
18 March 1662; extinct 8 June 1707. Omfield, 
eo. Lioeolo. 

Aig. three lions pass, guard, gu. aimed and Ian- 
gned or. Fawconbbidoe. 

Arg. three lions pass, reguard. in pale (another 
tails covard and reflexed over the hacks) gu. 
NoBTH Wales, HaH.MS.U99, fo. 22 h, and 23 a. 

Aig. gonttj de sang Uiree lions pass, reguard. gu. 
crovned or. Faibfobd. 

Aig. three lions ramp, in fess gu. Enapman. 

Afg. three Hons ramp, in pale gu. Giftobd, 
Clajdon, eo. Buckingham. 

Arg. three lions ramp. gu. Babo. Sir John de 
BxLBors, L. Belhousk, Essex and Devon. 
Sr John Bslhouse or de Batlhows, Essex, 
temp. Edward I, V. Sire Joban de Belle- 
HOTO, N. Sir John de Bbllous, L, Harl MS. 
6137. Coshalme. Gosholme, V. Hully, 
Ireland. Kxbkham. Kybham, Devon. Mibbib 
« Mubt. Talbot. 

Ai|. three lions ramp. gn. and a fess sa. John 
^kHESE^r. 

lig. ieray of crosses croelet sa. three lions ramp, 
fo. Bellhoubb, Essex. 

Aig.three lions ramp. gu. erowned or. Hablbwtn, 
V. Hascalbbtom. 

iip three lions pass, guard, in pale per pale or 
sa4 gu. Donoagh, third son of OBbien, first 
Karl of Thomond, quartering arg. three piles in 
poiot gn., and az. a pheon arg., Harl MS. 4039. 

Ai|. three liona ramp. ppr. HuNTniaDON, 
himoU MS. 7G3. 

Ai|. three lions ramp. purp. Batons, co. lin- 
ttls and Essex. Sire Robert deBATOusE, ^. 
flcimoTOM. SireEdmonTALBBOT,^. Esmond 
TiLB0T,r. Sr.EdmondTAUBOT, L; orTALBorr, 
L, HdH. MS. 0187. Sir ... . Talbot, Basball, 
eo. Lancaster, R. Sr. John Talbot, Bashall, co. 
Uaeaster, V. Talbot, Hymsworth, co. York. 
M. Thomas TAiA0TT,i9. Woltoh. Wtays. 

iig. three lions ramp. purp. in the centre a 
lear-deliB g«. for diff. Talbot, London, 
16334, Horl. MS. 1358, fo. 67 b. 

Aif . three lions salient purp. Talbot, Salesbnry, 
•^Torfc;deriTed (through William,70unger son 
of Edmund Talbot of Bashall, 1801; the 
hebeas m. Warren) from Talbot, Bashall, co. 
Tefk, the senior line of the great house of 
Talbot, quartering Ferars, Belars, Halton, At- 
Aerue, and Bradley; descended firom Geoffrey 
Tauot, temp. Stephen, and Thomas Talbot, 
«bo acquired, 1254, Bashall and Mitton; the 
hekt m. Whyte, Ferrers, Walmesley, and Lloyd. 
Talbot, Lancaster, 1716. 

Aif. three lions salient purp. armed and langued 
SI. Talbot, Bashall. 

Afg. three lions dormant in pale sa. Llotb, 
Wdeorabe, eo. Warwick; London ; Acombe and 
Coatham,oo.Tork; quartering Carte; descended 
'^ I Gamaliel Llotd, Mattersey, co. Notting- 
I, ob. 1661. 

three fions pass, in pale sa. Bbomfietj). 
KwnMu>. Sir Thomas Chevebell,oo. Wilts, 
K Malobt. 

liona pass. sa. Chetebell, V. 

Cheteboll or Chetxbtll. 

Italand. Maiju>bt, co. Leicester. 

Icms yaaa. in pale sa. armed and Ian- 

GABSVySorrey ; co. Gloucester; Kent. 



BEASTS. 



8 Lion eofit. 





Arg. three lions pass, guard, in pale sa. Calcbaft. 

Arg. three lions pass, guard, sa. Hutchinos, 
Sandford Orcas, co. Somerset, and Chester- 
street, Grosvenor-sqnare, London. 

Arg. goutty de sang three lions pass, reguard. sa. 
crowned or the tails reflexed over the back. 
Faibfobd, F*. Fatbefobd, V. 

Arg. three lions ramp. sa. Chbyeball or 
Chevbbell, CO. Wilts. C^^vebeil, quartered 
by Hastings, Earl of Hnntmgdon. Sr. Alex- 
ander Cheyeboii^, CO. Wilts, V. Sir Alex- 
ander Chevebell CHEYEBnx or Cheveboll, 
L. SireAlisandreCHEyEBOYL,^. Chevebotle, 
F*. William Le Genne, A. Jove. Vilant. 

Arg. three lions ramp. sa. and a chevron gu. 
Richard Boubne, Y. 

Arg. three lions ramp. sa. collared and chained or. 
Tiffin, Wake's Hall, Essex. 

Arg. three lions ramp. sa. crowned or. Boger 

MABtflON, F. 

Arg. three lions salient vert. Talbot, co. Lan- 
caster. 

Az. three lions pass, in pale arg. QetteBj de 
Camuvilb, JP*. GefiV-ai and Thomas de Cauvile, 
E, Robert de Camyilb, A. Sr.Geoffiy Cakvill, 
temp. Edward I, F. Canet. William de 
Eanuvile, O. Lxjdlow, co. Salop. And with 
a label of five points gu. William de 
Camvile, £. 

Az. three lions pass. arg. Sir Geffirey Caxvile, J. 
Camvill, F*. Hugh Camvillb, Y. Sire Geffi^y 
de Canvtle, N. Monsire de Cauiivile, Y. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, in pale arg. Lodelow, 
V*. Sr. Thomas Lodlow, co. Salop, temp. 
Edward 1, F. Ludlow, F*. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, arg. Babke, Lon- 
don. Cakville, CO. Devon. Sire Thomas de 
LoDELAWE, N. Monsire de Lxjdlawe, Y. John 
de LuDLOWE, Y. 

Az. three lions pass, reguard. arg. Lttdlow. 

Az. three lions ramp, in chief arg. Tibbitts. 

Az. three lions ramp. arg. Camvile. Cbiche, F. 
Sat. Thetfobd. Wabwick, Warwick, Cum- 
berland ; descended fh)m Odard, to whom the 
manor was given by Ranulph de Meschines, 
temp. Henry I. 

Az. orusily or three lions ramp. arg. Lucr. 

Az. three lions ramp. arg. crowned or. Dilpobd. 
Sir Richard Fobd, I, Harl. MS. 6589. Sir 
Richard de la Fobde, I. Fobde, F*. 

Az. three lions ramp. arg. ducally crowned or a 
mullet for diff*. Lawfobd, quartering Mau- 
duit with or on a chev. az. betw. three grey- 
hounds courant sa. as many 3-foils slipped arg. 

Az. three lions ramp. arg. enraged gu. Mildmab. 

Az. three lions ramp, guard, in pale arg. Ludlow. 

Az. three lions pa.sR. guard, in pale erm. 
Thetfobd, Batishall, Norfolk. 

Az. three lions pass, in pale or. Erdikoton, co. 
Leicester. Ludlow. 

Az. three lions pass* or. Combbisll. Ludlow. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, in pale or. Town of 
RoMBET, Kent. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, or. Babne, Lon- 
don. Beaxtvois. Camyillb, CO. Stafford. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, in pale crowned with 
ducal coronets or. Town of Afplebt, West- 
moreland ; seal in the town chest. 

Az. three lions pass, guard, (another segreant) or. 
Hbthebfield. 

Az. three lions pass, reguard. in pale or. Town 
of Maldon, Essex. 

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BEASTS. 8 UOVB conU 

. Az. three lions ramp. or. Ghiche. Roger Fenes 
(notFENESPORT),y. Fenis. Sir James Fenys, 
Essex, V. FiENNEs, Kent. Fines, Viscount 
Say and Sele, 1730. Fyneaux. Fynes, V*. 
LoKGSPEE. Sir Roger de Mobteyn, J. Sat. 

Az. three lions ramp, or a label gu. Sire Giles 
de Fenz, N. The label of three points, 

FORDAYNE. 

Az. crusily and thjee lions ramp. or. Lucy. 

Az. three lions ramp, or crowned arg. Sr.Adam 
FoBD, K, Harl MS, 6589. 

Az. three lions ramp, crowned or. Foiu>, co. 
Devon, co. Derby, Surrey, Sussex, co. Wilts, 
and Islington. Ford, EUel Hall, co. Lancaster. 
Sr. Adam Forde or De la Forde, K^ HarL MS, 
6137 and 6589. Sr. Adam Forde. co. Wilts, 
temp. Edward I; and Herting, Sussex, V, 
Sire Adam de la Forde, N, William Ford, 
Parson at the Charterhou^e, 1619. 

Az. three lions ramp, g^ard. or. Hetherfield. 

Barry of six arg. and az. three lions ramp, gn, 

WOODBUROH. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. three lions ramp, of the 

first. EsTWEzx. 
Barry of six arg. and sa. three lions ramp. gu. 

WOODBURGH. 

Barry of eight or and arg. (but? az.) three lions 
pass. sa. Wilmot-SiTWELL, Staiusby, co. Derby, 
quartering Wilmot. 

Barry of eight or and arg. (but ? az.) three lions 
ramp. sa. SrrwEix, co. Derby. 

Barry of eight or and vert three lions ramp. sa. 
SiTWELL, Reinshaw, co. Derby ; Baronetcy 
3 October 1808 ; Barmoor Castle, Northumber- 
land; and Fumey Hall, co. Salop. Sitweix, 
Stainsby, co. Derby, quartering Wilmot, 

Barry of ten arg. and az. three lions ramp. gu. 
crowned or. Raffe de Wodebith, i, or 
WoDEBiNCH, A J Harl. MS, 6137. Woodburgh. 

Barry of twelve arg. and az. three lions ramp. gu. 
Sr. de WooDBORNE, V. Woodburne. 

Barry of twelve arg. and az. three lions ramp, 
purp. Stobart, Picktree, Ghester-le-street, co. 
Durham, quartering Douglas. 

Barry of twelve arg. and gu. three lions ramp. sa. 
Sr. Nicholas Estotevill, temp. Edward III, 
V, Estotvile, K*. 

Barry of thirteen arg. and az. three lions ramp, 
gu. Rauf de Wodeburh, E. 

Barry of fourteen arg. and sa. three lions ramp, 
gu. William Wodeburh, E, 

Barry of fifteen arg. and az. three lions ramp .gu. 
crowned or. Woodburgh. 

Barry arg. and az. three lions ramp. gu. Rauf 
de WoDBURH, Y. John Woodburhe, Y, Thomas 
Woddeburgh, Y, Monsire de Woodburgh, 

r. 

Barry arg. and az. three lions ramp. purp. Rafe 

Stodubynt, Y, 
Barry arg. and gu. three (coSti, e,) lions ramp. sa. 

Walter de Stoteviixe, G, Sire Nicolas de 

ESTOTEVILE, N, 

Chequy or and gu. three lions ramp. arg. 

Sparchford or Spechtord. 
Chevronelly of seven arg. and gu. three lions 

ramp. or. Crokwell, co. Huntingdon. 
Chevronelly of seven gu. and arg. over all three 

lions ramp. or. Richard Whjjahs alias 

Cromwell, V» 
Erra. three lions ramp. .... Byahd. Gates, 

CoUiton, CO. Devon. 
Erm. three lions ramp. arg. Pbonze, V*» 



BEASTS. 2 LIONS conl. 

Erm. three lions pass, in pale gu. Combe, Clu- 
dington, co. Buckingham, and co. Hertford. 
Combe, V, Combe, Stratford-on-Avon, Harl 
MS, 1359, fo. 119 b. English. 

Erm. three lions pass. gu. Richard de Combe, F. 

Erm. three lions pass, guard, in pale gu. Richard 
and Thomas Callcroft, Chesterfield, co. Derby, 
temp. Henry VI. Robert Calcroft or Colcboft, 
1716. 

Erm. three lions pass, guard, gu. Richard de 
Combe, Y, Monsire de Facomberge de Sa, F. 

Erm. three lions ramp. gu. Belhouse, Essex. 
Chidelly, CO. Devon. Sr. . . . . de Chidley, co. 
Devon, V, Chudleioh, Broad Cleft, and (by mar- 
riage with Thomasine Prous) Asbton, co. De- 
von ; Baronetcy 1 August 1622 ; extinct 1 August 
1745; the co-heirs m. Prideaux, Chichester, 
Oxenden, and Haines. Chudley, co. Devon, 
1730. 

Erm. three lions ramp, gn, crowned or. Mebeky 
or Mery, Renbume and Barton, co. Derby. 

Erm. three lions pass. sa. English. 

Ermines three lions pass, in pale arg. English. 

Ermines three lions ramp. arg. Itichard Prokze, 
Exeter; granted by Cooke, W, Pbous or 
Prowze ; granted 1589. 

Gu. three Uons .... arg. Baare or Bare. 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale .arg. Geffry. M. 
John GiFFARD, D. Jolin Giffard, £, F, 0. 
GiFFARD or GiFFORD, Brimsficld, CO. Glouces- 
ter; Midley Claydon, co. Buckingham; Bur- 
stall, CO. Leicester; St. Jaraes*s Abbey, co. 
Northampton; and co. Oxford. Sr. John 
GiFFORD, Brymmesfled, co. Gloucester, V, 
Walter (sometimes called WiUiam) Giffabb 
GiFFORDE or Gyfford, Bishop of Bath, etc., 
1265 ; Archbishop of York 1267-79 ; Harl, MSS, 
1 357, 6100. Godfrey (sometimes called Geoffir, 
Lord) Giffard Gifford or Gyfforde, Bishop 
of Worcester 1268-1302 ; Harl, MSS. 1357, 6100. 
Ma'grah or Magrath, Ireland ; quartering or 
a dexter hand couped ppr. lying fesswise holding 
a long cross gu. (another az.) with az. a dexter 
hand couped ppr. holding a battle-axe arg., and 
arg. a goat trippant (another pass.) sa., Harl 
MS. 4039, fo. 138. 

Gu. three lions pass. arg. Brimfield or 
Brimfold. Griffith ap Cynan, ob. 1130, fa^er 
of Owen Gwynedd. Fitz-Payne, co. Glouces- 
ter. Giffard, Earl of Buckingham. John 
Giffard, C. Sire Johan Giffard, N, William 
Giffard, Y, Monsire Gifford, Y, Gifford, 
V*, Lebnefe, CO. Buckingham. 

Gu. three Uons pass. arg. a label az. Sir Johan 
Giffard le Boef, N, Gifford, co. Worcester. 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale arg. over all a label 
of five points az. Gifford le Beff, A ; or de 
Bef, a, Harl. MS. 6137. Joan Giffard de 
Bef, E, 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale arg. a label of three 
points sa. Sr. Simon Gyfford, co. Glouces- 
ter, V. 

Gu. three lions pass. arg. a label sa. Sire Esmonn 
Giffard, N, The label of three points, 
Gifford, F*. 

Gu. three lions pass. arg. a bend az. Fitz-Payke, 
F*; the name and arms were taken by a younger 
son of Richard Lord Grey, of Codnor, bom about 
1321, on succeeding to the manor of Gharleton 
Grey, co. Somerset, by virtue of a speeial entail 
made by Robert Lord Fitz-Payne and Ela his 
wife. Robert le Fitz-Payne, JSr,HarLJIf5. 6589. 



BRITISH AEMORIALS. 



Id3 



BEAsra 



S Lion eont. 



Gn. three lions p&fis. in pale aTf(. over all a bendlet 
az. Robert le Frrz-PAYNB.iC, Harl MS, 6137. 
St. Robert Frrz- Payne, co. Gloucester, temp. 

Edvard I, F. Fitz-Payne, co. Dorset and co. 

York, temp. Henry II, a Barony 1209. 

Ma5Z>£yille, CO. Dorset. 
Go. three lions pass, in pale arg. a baston az. Ro- 

berdFiTZ-pAiHr,G. SireRoberdlaFirz-PAiN, J. 
Go. three lions pass. arg. a baston az. Sire Robert 

le Fiz-Pain, N, John le Fttz-Paine, F. Sr. 

le Frrz Path, H. Robert le FitzPayne, K, 

Sr. Robert Frrz Payne, JT, HarL MS. 6589. 

Monsire Robert Fitz-Payne, Y. 
Go. three lions pass, in pale arg. a bendlet (bend 

F*.) eompouy or and az. Sr. Robert Fitz-Payne, 

00. Gloucester, F. 
Go. three lions pass. arg. a baston compony or 

aod az. 55ire Robert le Fiz-Payn, N, 
Go. three lions pass, in pale arg. over all on a 

bead sa. as many back's heads cabossed or. 

Bech£, r. 
Gi. three lions pass. arg. over all on a bend sa. 

asBtny back's heads cabossed or. Beohb. 
Gv.tiliree lions pass, in pale arg. over all on a 

beDd az. as many mallets or. Paixey. 
G«. three lions pass. arg. over all on a bend az. 

«s many mallets or. Sr. Walter Paveley, R, 
Go. three lions pass. arg. over all on a baston .... 

H many mallets or. Monsire Walter de 

Patilby, F. ' 
Go. three lions pass, in pale arg. armed and 

lingaed az. William Giffard Gifforo or 

Gyfford, BLshop of Wmchester 1107-29 ; Harl, 

MSS, 1357, 6100. 
Gi. three hons pass, in pale arg. armed gu. 

GurrrTH ap Cynan, King of North Wales 

(kerned through Anarawd, £ngof North Wales, 

ftai Rhodric liilawr, King of Wales), from 

vhom descended the Princes of North Wales ; 

I^vrid Goeh ap Datid, Lord of Penmachno ; and 

Roderick ap Owen Gwynedd, Lord of Anglesey. 
G«. three lions pass. arg. incensed az. Griffith 

ipCoMAN. King of North Wales, 1078. 
Go. three lions pass, guard, in pale arg. 

Bbovtiet or B&onslet, co. Lancaster. Town 
^ of SiocKBEmoE, CO. Huntingdon. 
GtL three lions pass, gaard. arg. Bromfield, oo. 

lAcoln. Haabiabd, co. Hants. Neai«e. 
Gtl three lions pass, guard. (?arg.) over all a 

bend (?az.). Isabel (Paoane) Fitz-Payne; 

Mil 1347; and Maud Fitz-Payne, seal 1356; 

MZovoif, Inquiries. 
Ga. three lions pass, guard, arg. over all on a 

band aa. as nsany pierced mullets of six points 

«. Pah^ CO. York, confirmed 20 October 1585. 
Gi. three lions pass, guard, arg. incensed az. 

Oriftth ap Cohan, King of North Wales, 1078. 
^ three lions ramp. arg. Bare. Barnake, co. 

T«k. Bavdb. i4lton. Fitz-Barnard. 

Oawxe. GoLDiNi^ToH. GrymholdodePANCEvoT, 

^ Grynbald Pancefoote, Y, Pauncefoote, 

^, London, 16:i3 4, Harl MS, 1358, fo. 60 b. 

8r. Gilbert Pauncefote, co. Gloucester, 

y* Pacncbfots, East Stoke, co, Notting- 

fci«- Sir Gilbert pAtJNCEVOD, N, Grim baud 

y^i CBvoT, E. Omnbaud Paunstefot, F. 

^MhMfu \A Du«coMBB,Great BrickhiU , co. Buck- 

^■itaa, deseended through PAUNCEFooT,With. 

!■ M Uie-Hillv CO. Lincoln, like Pauncefoot, 

CO. Gloaeester, ft-om Geoffrey de 

Stavard of the Household to John. 

Johan le fitz Reinald, J, 



BEASTS. 



3 LIONS cont. 



Rocs or Roose. (The ancient arms of) 
Ross, Earl of Ross. Koss, London. Ross, 
Balnagowan Castle, co. Ross, and Bonnington 
House, CO. Lanark; Baronetcy 28 February 
1668. Hugh le Vache, Y, 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. a label az. Sr. John 
le Ros le fitz, L. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. a label of as many 
points az. Dei^vache, co. Buckingham. Sir 
John Rocs le filz, L, Harl. MS. 6589. Sr. 
John le Ros le fitz, L, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. a label of as many 
points compony or and az. De la Vach. Sr. 
Rice Delay ache, f. Tbe label chequy or andaz. 
Sire Richard de la Vagha,^. 

Gu. billetty or three lions ramp. arg. Joan de 
Bond, E, or Hond, E^Harl. MS, 6137. 

Gu. orusily or three lions ramp. arg. Gay, Elm- 
sted and Peckham, Kent. Gaye, Kent, V, Lucy. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. armed az. Sir Richard 
de la Vach, Q, Harl, MS, 6595. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. crovmed or. Cooerino. 
Delavache. La Rache, i. e. Lavache, co. Ox- 
ford. Sir Philip de la Vach, K.G., oo. Buck- 
ingham, V, Sir Richard de la Vach, Q, M. 
Philip la Vache, S. Vachell. 

Gu. three lions ramp, all meeting under one 
head in the fess point guard, arg. armed and 
langued az. Eomond ; (? Edmund Grouchback, 
Plantagenet, Earl of Lancaster, temp.Edw.I.) 

Gu. three lions ramp, tails forked arg. Osbem 

de AVENEBURY, F. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, per pale barry or 
and arg. a label of three points of tbe last. 
Brotherton. 

Gu. three lions pass. erm. Fellbridob. 

Gu. three lions pass, reguard. erm. Gifford, co. 
Buckingham. 

Gu. three Hons ramp. erm. Lanbonthorp or 
Landorthorpe. Lunderthorp.K. RoosorRossE. 

Gu. three lions pass. or. Fitz-Herbert. Roos 
or Ross, Scotland. 

Gu. three lions pass, or and a bend az. Gibbons. 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale or each holding 
betw. their forepaws a helmet ppr. Donoan. 

Gu. three lions pass, or each holding in the dex- 
ter paw a close helmet arg. garnished of the 
second. Dungan, Dublin; quartering az. six 
plates on a chief or a demi-lion ramp. gu. 

Gu. three lions pass, or each holding betw. the 
forepaws a helmet arg. Dungan, Earl of Li- 
merick, Harl. MS. 4040, fo. 135. O'Donogane, 
Harl, MS, 4039, fo. 88. 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale or armed and langued 
sa. HowelitDhu, North Wales. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or. England, 
after the marriage 1152 of Henry (Short- 
mantle, Plantagenet) II with Eleanor of 
Aquitaine, Z, 3, 59. Richard (Liouhean, 
Plantagenet) 1, 1189, Z, 73; Richard le ixjye 
d'Angletere,^. John ( Lackland, Plantagenet ^, 
1199, Z, 81. Henry (of Winchester, 

Plantagenet) III, 1216, Z, 87; Le roy 
d'Angleterre, JB ; Le roy d'Engleter, C: and his 
wife Eleanor daughter of Raymond Berengar 
Earl of Provence and Forcalquier, Z, 57, 89. 
Edward (Longshanks, Plantagenet) 1, 1272, 
Z, 127 ; V; Rey de Angleterre, D ; Rey di^ngle- 
terre, E; Rey d'Engleterre, G; Le roy, H ; 
Edward roy d'Angleterre, J; K; Edward roy 
d'Angletere, fitz du roy Henrye, iC, Harl, MS. 
6137 ; Edward (of Carnarvon, Plantagenet,) II, 



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AN OBDINAHY OF 



BEASTS. 



8 LXOHS eofU, 



1307, Z, 145 ; Le roy de Eogletere, N, Edward 
(of Windsor, PiAHTAaENST) III, 1327, notU he 
quartered 1330 and assumed 1341 {Barnes, 
Edward III, p. 154) the arms of France, Z, 157. 
Le roy d'Angleterre, Y, Islands of Guebnset, 
etc. Cistercian Abbey at Fubnes, oo. Lancaster 
(but?). Town of Yabmoxtth, Norfolk, dimidia- 
ting az. three herrings naiant in pale arg. finned 
and tailed or. ( Edward I,) dimidiated with az. 
semy of fleurs-de-lis or by his wife, Marg^et 
Capet, 12991317, daughter of Philip (the 
Hardy) III, King of France, Z, 133. (Edward 
II,) with the same dimidiation by his wife Isabel 
CAPET,1307-57,daaghter of Philip (the Fair) lY, 
King of France ; Z, 145. City of Chesteb, dimi- 
diating az. three garbs or. Town of Hastings, 
Sussex, dimidiating az. three hulks of ships in 
pale arg. Town of Bamsqate, Kent, with the 
same dimidiation. Town of Sandwich, Kent, with 
the same dimidiation. Town of Winchelsea, 
Sussex, with the same dimidiation. Benedictine 
Abbey at Feyebshah, Kent, with the same di- 
midiation and over all a crosier gu. Le 
CTNiiPOBTES, t. e. Dover, Hastings, Hythe, 
Bomney, Bye, Sandwich, and Winchelsea, 
dimidiating az. three hulks of ships in pale or, 
T. Benedictine Abbey at Feyebsham, Kent, 
with the same dimidiation and over all a 
crosier gu. (Edward III,) impaled with or 
a lion ramp. sa. quarterly with or a lion 
ramp. gu. by his wife Philippa de Avesnib, 
132b.69, daughter of William (Jount of Hain- 
ault, Holland, Zeeland, and Frienland. Anne 
(Stewart or Stuart, afterwards Oldenbxtbo), 
after the Union 1706, impaling Scotland and 
quartering France and, in the third quarter, 
Ireland. George (Louis Guelph) 1, 1714, im- 
paling Scotland and quartering France and in the 
third quarter Ireland, over aU on an escuoheon 
gu. a horse courant arg.; but afterwards im- 
paling Scotland and quartering France, Ireland, 
and, in the fourth quarter, over Brunswiok- 
Liineburg-( Lower Saxony or Westphalia, i. e.) 
Hanover, an esoucheon for the Arohtreasurer- 
ship of the Holy Boman Empire. George 
(Augustus Guelph) U, 1727, with the same im- 
palement, quarterings, and escucheon. George 
(William Frederick Guei^h) III, 1760, with the 
same impalement, quarterings, and escucheon, 
until (the Union) 1 January 1801. (Edward 
III,) impaled with or two lions ramp. sa. in 
bend betw. as many gu. by his wife Philippa 
de AvESMis, 1328-69, daughter of William Count 
of Hainault, Holland, Zeeland, and FriesUmd, 
Z, 158. Town of Stamfobd, co. Lincoln, im- 
paling ohequy or and az. Benedictine Abbey 
at Fevebsham, Kent, impaling az. three hulks 
of vessels issuant from the sinister in pale 

iarg. another) or depressed by a crosier gu. 
Edward III,) quartered with quarterly or a 
lion ramp, sa., and or a lion ramp. gu. by 
his wife Philippa de Avesnis, 1328-69, daugh- 
ter of William Count of Hainault, Holland, 
Zeeland, and Friesland. ( James Francis Edward 
Stewabt or Stuabt, called James III, 1701, 
quartering Scotland, France and in the fourth 
quarter Ireland) impaled with Poland quarter- 
ing Inthuania and over all on an escucheon 
az. an antique shield or by his wife Maria 
Clementina Sobieski. (Alexandrina) Victoria 
(Guelph until 1840, afterwards Saxe), 1837, 
quartering Scotland and, in the third quarter, 



BEASTS. 3 U0V8 cant. 

Ireland. Geoige (William Frederick Guelph ). 
Ill, quartering Scotland and, in the third quar- 
ter, Ireland, over all an escucheon ensigned 
with the electoral cap (until 8 June 1S16, when 
a crown was assumed) of Hanover, and charged 
with Brunswick-Ldneburg- (Lower Saxony or 
Westphalia, i. e.) Hanover, with over all an in- 
escucbeon for the Archtreasurership of the 
Holy Boman Empire. George (Augustas 
Frederick Guelph) IY, 1820, with the same 
quarterings, escucheons, and crown. William 

. (Henry Guelph) IV, 1880, with the same 
quarterings, escucheons, and crown. (Edward 
III,) quartered with or two lions ramp. sa. in 
bend betw. as many gu. by his wife Philippa 
de AvESMis, 1328.69, daughter of William Count 
of Hainault, Holland, Zeeland, and Friesland, 
Z, 158. Henry (Tudob) VUI, 1509-47, qnai- 
tering az. three fleurs-de-lis or on weapons in 
the Tower of London, eto. (Edward II,) quar- 
tered with az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or with 
Navarre and Champagne, by his wife Isabel 
Capet, 1807-57, daughter of Philip (the Fair) 
IY, King of France. (Edward III,) quarteriog 
az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or from 1389 until 
1341, when he assumed the arms of France, 
(uBamef, Edward III, p. 154). Bicbard (of Bor- 
deaux, Plantaobnet) II, 1337-99, quartering 
az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or in some places, Z, 191. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or a label. . . . 
Attributed to Geoffiry (Plamtaobmet), Duke or 
Earl of Bretagne and Earl of Bichmond, J?, 07, 
and to his son Arthur Plamtagbket, Z, 68. 
The label of (three, sometimes of) five pointH. 
Edward (Longshanks) Plamtaoemet» Z^ 127. 
Edward (of Carnarvon) Plantaqenbt, Z, 145. 
Edward of Windsor) Plantaobmet, Z, 157. 
(Probably)Edward(ofWoodstook)PLAiiTAOBNBT 
until 1339. Cistercian Abbey at (yOKBE, co. 
Warwick. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or a label of 
three (sometimes of five) points arg. Le(yonte 
Mareschall, F, i. e, Thomas (of Brotberton) 
Plamtaoenet, Earl of Norfolk and Sufiblk 
1312, Marshal 1315, oh. 1338, fifth son of Ed- 
ward I, F; Zy 205; and his daughter Margaret 
(Plantagenet) Marshal, Countess of Norfolk, 
Lady of Segrave, created Duchess of Norfolk 
1397, ob. 1399 ; from her marriage with John 
Lord Segrave descended Elizabeth Segrave, 
wife of John Lord Mowbray, whose son, 
Thomas Mowbbat, Earl of Nottingham 1882, 
Earl Marshal 1385, and Duke of Norfc^ 1897, 
ob. 1400, assumed as Le C. Marysoball Sr. de 
Mowbbat, 8, quartering gu. a lion ramp. arg. 
this coat, which was carried by his second and 
third successors, Dukes of Norfolk, until his 
inheritance was divided between the heirs of 
his daughters, who m. Howard and Berkeley, 
Zf 212, so that this coat as quartered by 
Howard Duke of Norfolk, U; Z, 496; was 
borne by Catharine daughter of Sir Edward 
HowABD and fifth wife of Henry VIII, Z, 489. 
And from the marriage of the same Margaret, ob. 
1399, with Sir Walter Manny, descended. Anne 
Manny, wife of John Lord Hastings, Earl of 
Pembroke, and her son John HASTDias, Earl of 
Pembroke, Lord Hastings, Weshford, and Aber- 
gavenny, ob. 1300, who assumed this coat 
quarterly with Hastings (and in the third 
quarter Valence in some places) quartering 
Valence, Z, 209. 



BBITI8H ABMOBULS. 



106 



BSASIB. * Lion ei»t^ 

On. Uusa booB past, gnaid. in pais or a 
libel of thne (wmetiiaes of fl*a) poiDta az. 
9ii* AxroDB, D. Edward (lioDgshanlu) 
pLURuHunr, B, nnlil 1372. Edwanl (of 
Cainanon, Puhtaoemkt, PiiBce of Wales and 
Sariitf Chealar 1301-T, Evl of PoDtbiea and 
HoaitTaile) le Ou le laj, J; or le flu ro;, K, 
BtrL MS. 6137; or le file Is Bay, K, Harl 
US. 6560. (Probabl)>> Edward (of Windsor) 
PunxoBSXT, OBtil 1337. (Probabl;) Bdvsrd 
of WoodatD^ (Pujitaobiizt), <ou of Edward 
m, bam 1930 ; created Earl of Chestsr 13S8, 
Daks of Cornwall 1337; ODlil 1339. Hentj 
(QtimaMl or Tivteol, Pl.uiT*aBHST), then 
(1U5) Eul (onswd. 13S1, Doke) of Lanoaa- 
tir, ob. 1361, Q (bnt in srrra). ConU de 
Liscura, B, HarL MS. 61S7 (bat in error.) 

Qa.t))Tse liDDs paaa. guard, in pale or a label enn. 
Colkge of Newark, or St. Ilat7 the Oreater, at 

St. iltne lioDs paaa. guard, in pals or a label of 
Ana (somethnss of Sve) poiot* az. cbargad 
nlh fleim-d»-lis of the second. The connt; 
fl l^aciATBR. Cute de I^ncaitr, E, i. e., 
GawDd filB da ro; (Henr; III), Conte de 
LBtaatre, Y; also aallsd S. Edmaod fr^re le 
wj <Kdw«nl I), Oi and Edmund f^re du 
nj, Conte de Lanoastre, P ; being Bdmnnd 
(Cnocbbaek) Puktaoenet, Earl of Leicester 
nd Senesdial 1-J64, EaH of Lanoasier 1267, 
Kill of Darby and Cunpwgne, Lord of Hoo- 
iBoHh, titnlar King of Sicilj, ob. lasa, V; Z, 
lOL And bis deeoendantleCoante delAncas- 
tta, J : N; L t. Sr. Thomas le Counts de I^n- 
wtrs, H; Thomas le Coote de Laocailer, K, 
BttLUS.6M9: Tbomas le Connlie de Lan- 
«er, K. and L, HarL MS. 6137 ; or Thomas 
Cnute de Longcastre, K, HarL MS. 3089; 
I« Coonte da Lancaster, L, BarL MS. 6066 ; 
kciag Thomas Plant* oekxt, Earlof Leiceiter, 
MS., bebealed 1331-3 at Fonterraot, Z, lOT: 
mi hia nepbew, Henr; (Orismond or Tort- 
etl) PuwraaEHBT, Eari of Derb;, 1S37, Lei- 
«*Mar and Lancaiier and Seoracfaal IMS, 
Linealn 1349, Doke of Lwicaster 1391, Lord 
afBragerasandBemfort,ob.lRei, Z, 119: and 
bim dangkUr Blanche Fuhtlqkhbt, Z, 113: 
and her eon Heor; IV, white Earl of Derby, 
Z, 360. An SBgrnentadon to Anne Bolbyv or 
Bouxx, accond wife of Henry VllI, Z, 4R7, 
^■Brt<9l7 with Angonlfms, Onienne. Btltler 
^MiterinK Boehford, Brotboton, and Warren. 
L«»cralfr College at Nawiar, co. Nottingham ; 
<B enw for the College of Newark, or SL Haij 
iha Oreater, at Lcn:EBTEB). 



BEASTS. * Luun eMt. 
Orange, ob. 13 Jaonai; 1759; Amdi* Sophia 
Eliaabatb, ob. 31 October IT86 ; Elizabeth 
Caroline, ob. 38 December 1TS7; Mary, aftor- 
wardii Landgravine of Hesse Cassel, ob. 14 
Jbdc 1771 ; Louisa, aderwards Qaeen of Deo- 
mark, ob. B December 1751 ; daughters of 
Qeorge IL And with the difTereuoes deserlbsd 
on the neit page, the daughters of Qeorge III 
until IWl. The) label of three poinu arg. 
Fraderiok Lonis Qdbuh, son of George II, ob. 
1701 (bDlitterror). The label having the centre 
point ohai^d with a croas gu. William Angns- 
tna GuBLP>, oreatad Dnbe of Cumberland, 
Marquis of Berkbempetead, Eari of Kenning- 
ton, Viscount of Trematon, Baron of Aldsntej 
37 July IT26, ob. I7SS; second surviving son 
of George II. And with the addition of two 
•nohois erect ax. to the labeL William Henry 
QVKLTB, created Duke of Clarence and St. 
Andrews, and Earl of Uunster SO M^ 1780 ; 
third son of George 111; until 1801. Bnt with 
flenre-de-lis ax. instead of the anchors upon 
the label. Edward Qcelph, created Duke of 
Kent and Strstbem, and Earl of Dublin 34 
April 1799: fourth son of George III; until 
leOl. And with the label charged with b 
fleura de-lis az. betw. two crosses gu. Elmest 
Augustus OUBLFH, Created Duks of Cumber- 
land and Teviotdale, and Earl of Armagh 31 
April 17d9; fifth sonof Geo^e 111; until 180L 

On. three lious pass, gnard. in pale or impaling 
Scotland and quartering Fnuice, Ireland, and, 
in the fourth quarter, Brunswick- Ldneburg- 
( Lower Saiony, or Westphalia, t. e.) Hanover, 
over all a label of five points arg. charged 
with a cross and four cautons gu. Edward 
Angustns OuELFH, created Duke of Tork and 
Albao; and Earl of L'laler 1 April 1760, ob. 
1767; younger brother of George III. And 
with flears-de-lia ax. instead of the canloua. 
Henry Frsdeiic Gublpb, crested Duke of Cum- 
berland and Stratheam, and Earl of Dublin 
33 October 1T66 ; ob. 1790 ; youngest broiber of 
George III. And with the label only charged 
with a flenr-ds'lii ae. and four crosses gu. 
William Henry Qitelfh, created Duke of Glou- 
cester and E^bnrgb, and Eari of Connsugbt 
19 November 1704; youngest (bnt one) brother 
of George 111 ; until 1801; and his daughter 
Sophia Matilda; and his sou William Fredariek, 
in V. p. with another label of three points.. .. 
bothuntUlBOl. 

Qu. three lions pass, gaard. in pale or irapolittg 
Scotland and quartering France, Ireland, and 
in the fourth quarter, Brnnswick-Ldnebarg- 
(Lower Saiony, or Westphalia, i. t.) Hanover, 
with an inescncheon go. simply over all s label 
of three points arg. George Augustas Gozlpb, 
Prince of GreatBrilain,Elecloral Prince of Bru ns - 
wiek-Liineburg, Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, 
created Duke and Harijuis of Cambridge, Earl of 
Milford Haven and Carrick, Viacount Northal- 
lerton, Baron of Tewksborj and Beofrew, Lord 
of the Isles and Steward of Scotland 1706, 
Ptiiice of Wales and Earl of Chexter 27 Sep- 
tember 1714; eventually George II. Frederick 
Louis OtmLPH, Prince of Great Britain, Elec- 
toral Prince of Bmnswick-Ldnebarg, Duke of 
Cornwall and Botbsay, created Duke of Edin- 
burgh, Marquis of the Isle of Ely, Earl of 
Ettbam and Carriok, Viscoant of Laonceston, 
Baron of Snowdon and Renfrew 1736, Locd 



16a 



AN ORDINABT OF 



BEASTS. 8 U0N8 cont. 

of the Isles and Steward of Scotland 1727, 
Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester 8 January 
1729, ob. 1751. George William Frederick 
GuELPH, Prince of Great Britain, Electoral 
Prince of Branswick-Liinebarg, created Duke 
of Edinburgh, Marquis of ^e Isle of Ely, 
Earl of Eltham, Viscount of Launceston, 
Baron of Snowdon 1751, Prince of Wales and 
Earl of Chester 20 April 1751; eventually 
George III. GeorgeAugustus Frederick Guelph, 
Prince of Great Britain, Electoral Prince of 
Brunswi(^*Liineburg, Duke of Cornwall and 
Bothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Benf^ew, 
Lord of the Isles, and Hereditary Great Stew- 
ard of Scotland 1762, Prince of Wales and 
Earl of Chester 19 August 1762 ; until 1801; 
eventually George IV. But with the inescu- 
cheon arg. a wheel of six spokes gu. and the 
label charged on the centre point with a cross gu. 
fVederick Guelph, Bishop of Osnaburgh 27 
February 1764, created Duke of York and 
Albany and Earl of Ulster 29 November 1784; 
second son of George III; until IbOl. But 
with the label charged with nine torteaux, 
Ernest Augustus Guelph, Duke of Brunswick, 
Bishop of Osnaburgh 17 15,created Duke of York 
and Albany and Earl of Ulster 5 July 1716 ; ob. 
4 August 1728; Add. MS. 6278; brother of 
George I. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
Scotland and, in the third quarter, Ireland, over 
all a label of three points arg. James Francis 
Edward Stewart or Stuabt, son of James II, 
10881701, eventually called James IIL But 
with the label charged on the centre point 
with a cross gu. Francis Albert Augustus 
Charles Emanuel Saxe, Duke of Saxony, Prince 
of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, quartering Saxony. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
Scotland and, in the third quarter, Ireland, over 
all an escucheon for Brunswick-Liineburg- 
(Lower Saxony or Westphalia, t. «.) Hanover, 
and in chief a label (of three points arg.?). 
Charlotte Caroline Augusta Guelph, Princess 
of Wales, afterwards Princess of Saxe-Coburg- 
Saalfeld; ob. 6 November 1817; daughter 
of George IV. The label charged with a 
cross gu. and two anchors erect az. William 
Henry Guelph, created Duke of Clarence and 
S. Andrews, and Earl of Munster 20 May 1789 ; 
third son of George III ; after 1800 ; eventually 
William IV. But with fleurs-de-lis az. instead 
of the anchors upon the label. Edward Guelph, 
created Duke of Kent and Strathem, and Earl 
of Dublin 24 April 1799 ; fourth son of George 
III; after 1800; ob. 23 January 1820. And 
with the label charged with a cross between two 
roses gu. Elizabeth Guelph, afterwards Land- 
gravine of Hesse Homburg ; third daughter of 
George III ; ob. 10 January 1840. And with 
the label charged with a cross between four 
hearts two and two in pale gu. Adolphus Fre- 
derick Guelph, created Duke of Cambridge, 
Earl of Tipperary; and Baron of Culloden 
27 November 1801; ob. 8 July 1850; seventh 
sun of George III ; and his children George 
William Frederick Charles in v. p. with another 
label of three points ...., afterwards Duke of 
Cambridge, etc., Augusta Caroline Elizabeth 
Mary Sophia Louisa afterwards Duchess of 
Mecklenburgh-Strelitz, and Mary Adelaide Wil- 
helmina Elizabeth. And with the label charged 



BEASTS. 



8 LIOHB cotU. 



with a fleur-de-lis az. between two crosses gu. 
Ernest Augustus Guelph, created Duke of 
Cumberland and Teviotdale, and Earl of Ar- 
magh 24 April 1799 : fifth son of George III; 
after 1800; eventually King of Hanover, 20 
June 1837 ; and his son George Frederick 
Alexander (Charles Ernest Augustus, with an- 
other label of three points . • • . And with the 
label charged with a rose betw. two cantons go. 
Mary Guelph, afterwards Duchess of Glonoes- 
tor; fourth daughter of George III; ob. 30 
April 1857. And with the rose only betw. two 
crosses gu. Charlotte Augusta Matilda Guelph, 
Princess Boyal, afterwards Queen of Wurtem- 
berg; eldest daughter of George III ; ob. 6 Oc- 
tober 1828. And with the rose only between 
two hearts gu. Amelia Guelph ; sixth daaghter 
of George III ; ob. 2 November 1810. And 
with the rose only between two ermine spots. 
Augusta Sophia Guelph ; second daughter of 
George III ; ob. 22 September 1840. And with 
the label charged with a heart between tworoRes 
gu. Sophia Guelph ; fifth daughter of George 
III; ob. 27 May 1848. And with the label 
charged with two hearts in pale between as 
many crosses gu. Augustus Frederick Guelph, 
created Duke of Sussex, Earl of Inverness and 
Baron of Arklow 27 November 1801 ; sixth son 
of George III; ob. 21 April 1843. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
Scotland and, in the third quarter, Ireland, 
with an inescucheon for Brunswick-Liineburg- 
(Lower Saxony or Westphalia, t. e,) Hanover, 
and over all a label of five points arg. charged 
with a fleur-de-lis az. between four crosses go. 
William Henry Guelph, created Duke of Glou- 
cester and Edinburgh, and Earl of Connangbt 
19 November 1764; a brother of George 111; 
after 1800 ; ob. 1805 ; and his daughter Sophia 
Matilda, ob. 29 November 1844; and his son 
William Frederick Guelph, in v. p. with another 
label of three points . . . . , afterwards Duke of 
Gloucester, etc.,ob. s. p. 30 November 1834. Bat 
with the label only charged with a rose gu. 
Leopold George Frederick Saxe, Prince of 
Saxe-Coburg Saalfeld, by warrant 7 April 1818, 
quarterly with Saxony; afterwards King of the 
Belgians. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
Scotland and, in the third quarter, Ireland, 
over all an escucheon for Brunswick-Liinebarg* 
(Lower Saxony or Westphalia, ». «•) Hanover, 
with an inescucheon gu. simply, over the whole a 
label of three pointe arg. George Augustus 
Frederick Guelph, Prince of Great Britain, 
Electoral Prince of Brunswick* Liineburg, Duke 
of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Cairick, 
Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and He- 
reditary Great Steward of Scotland, created 
Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, 19 Au- 
gust 1762, after 1800; eventually George IV. 
But with the inescucheon arg. a wheel of six 
spokes gu. and the label charged in the 
centre point with a cross gu. Frederick 
Guelph, elected Bishop of Osnaburgh 27 Fe- 
bruary 1764, created Duke of York and Albany, 
and Earl of Ulster 29 November 1784, second 
son of George III; after 1800; ob. 5 January 
1827. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
Scotland and, in the third quarter, Ireland, 
with an inescucheon for Saxony, and over all 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



167 



BEASTS. 3 LIONS eonU 

t label of three points arpr. Albert Edward 
Saxe, Prince of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, Prince of Saxe Coburg 
Gotha, Duke of Saxony, Duke of Cornwall and 
Roibsaj, Earl of Garrick, Baron of Renfrew, 
Lord of the Isles, and Steward of Scotland, 
created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester 
8 December lB41, Earl of Dublin 17 January 
16JH). The label charged with a cross gu. and 
two anchors erect az. Alfred Ernest Albert, 
Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
tod Ireland, Prince of Saxe -Coburg Goth a, 
Duke of Saxony. But with a rose betw. two 
aosses gu. Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa Saxe, 
Princess Royal of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, afterwards Princess Fre- 
derick William of Prussia. 

Go. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quarterly 
with az. semy of fleurs-de-lis or over all a label 
(Probably) Edward (of Woodstock) 
PunTAGEKET, Duke of Comwall, between 1339 
tod Vill : which might account for this mode 
of marshalling the arms of Richard II, ** oa 
Kt np in his time, and now in being in the 
v^ window of the abbey of Shrewsbury, and 
of several princes of the royal house there also 
depicted, with their distinctions,** as noted by 
&»4/brd, p. 19 J. 

Go. three lions pass, guard, in pale or over all a 
bod (sometimes a bendlet, sometimes a has- 
ton) az. (Attributed to) John (Lackland) 
PuxTAGENET (but ? two lions). Sire Henry 
(Plartagkiiet) de Lancastre, H; J; K^Harl, 
US. mil', N; brother of (Thomas) the Earl 
of Lancaster, Y; le Count de Darby, Y ; Henry 
k filz de Lancaster, or Henry de Longcastre 
kroiber of Thomas Counte de Longcastre, if, 
Evl MS, 6589 ; i. e^ Henry, son of Edmund 
OoQchback, and afterwards Earl of Lancaster 
and Derby, Lord of Monmouth, created Earl 
of Leicester, 1323^, Steward 1327; Earl of 
Protence 1336, V; ob. 1345 ; Z, 109. 

Gi. three lions pass, guard, in pale or quartering 
SeotUmd, and, in Uie third quarter, Ireland, 
over all an escucheon of Brnnswick-Liineburg- 
(Lower Saxony or Westphalia, i. e.) Hanover, 
and over all on a couped sinister baton az. 
three anchors or. George Fitzclarencs, cre- 
ated Earl of Munster, Viscount Fitzclarenoe, 
and Baron of Tewksbury 4 June 1831 ; a na- 
toil son of William IV ; the baton afterwards 
changed to gu. simply. 

Go. three lions pass, guard, in pale or over all a 
crosier staff gu. crook sa. Cistercian Abbey 
•t Tale Botil, co. Chester. 

Gi. three lions pass. ^ard. or. Guebnsey. 
0'BKiEH,Ireland- 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, or a label of three 
points arg. Db Brotherton, F*. The label 
of five pointa arg. Mowbray. The label 
az. flory or. Leicester College at Newart, 
eo. Nottingham (in error, for the College 
of Newark, or St. Mary the Greater, at 
Lucesteb). 

Gi. three Hons pass, guard, or collared with 
cnMms ■£. Ctmfirmed to Otho de Mandeyille, 
1^)^34, the patent of the grant by Edward III 
to his btber Pet^r having been lost. AthmoUan 
M, 815, fo. 365. 

O^tktMlioiis pass, guard, in pale crowned or. 
Towa ol Appucby, eo. Westmoreland, supposed 
to hti« Wca granted by Henry II. 



BEASTS. 3 LlOirs eont. 

Gu. three lions pass, reguard. or over all a bend 
az. FiTZ-RoY. 

Gu. three lions ramp. or. Barnard. Sir Piers 
Fitz-Harbert, Lord of Blancovenny in Wales, 
F. Fitz-Hbrbert, Tissington, co. Derby, 
Baronetcy 10 March 1783. Fitz-Herbert, 
Norbury, co. Derby, and Begbrook, co. Ox- 
ford. Reynald Fitz- Piers, Y, Sire Johan le 
Fitz-Eeinald, J, Reinauld le Fitz-Piers, B, 
Renaud le Fitz-Ps, E, Fitz-Reionald. Sire 
John le FiTZ- Renaud, N, B. Hodernoo, F. 
Roos or RossE, Essex. 

Gu. three lions ramp, or a crescent for diff. 
Fitz-Herbert, Baron St. Helens. 

Gu. three lions ramp, or a label arg. Baudewin 
de Coderinoe, Y, The label of five 
points. Baudwin Codbruooe, E. Badwin de 
CoDERUOoE, £, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Gu. biUety and three lions ramp. or. John de 
Herondi, F. 

Gu. three lions ramp, crowned or. La Rache, 
i. e. Layachb. 

Gu. three lions ramp, or with wreaths on their 
heads az. Kellam. 

Gu. three lions ramp, guard, or. Firz Herbert. 

Gu. three lions ramp, idl meeting under one head 
in the fess point guard, or armed and langued 
az. (? badge of) Edmond (Crouohback) 
Plantaoenet, Earl of Lancaster, temp. Ed- 

- ward I, Z, 103. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale per pale or 
and arg. Feyersham, Kent. Mac-BbienArragh, 
Arragh, co. Tipperary ; Baronetcy 1623, extinct 
1626. O'Brian, Earl of Tomond, F. O'Brien, 
Earl of Thomond and Baron of Ibracan 1543-4, 
and 1552, Viscount Tadcaster, 1714, extinct 1741 ; 
quartering arg. three piles meeting in point 
issuant from the chief gu., and or a pheon az. 
O'Brien, Baron Inchiquin and Burren 1543-4, 
Earl of Inchiquin 1654, extinct 1855 ; Marquess 
of Thomond 1800, extinct 1855; Baron Tho- 
mond of Taplow 1801, extinct 1808; Baron 
Tadcaster 1826, extinct 1846 ; with the same 
quarterings. O'Brien, Dromoland and Leagh- 
menagh, co. Clare; Baronetcy 9 November 
1686 ; Baron of Inchiquin (1543) 1855, with 
the same quarterings. O'Brien, Viscount Clare, 
Harl MS. 4040, fo. 288. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale per pale or 
and arg. a label three of points silver. O'Brien, 
Baron of Inchegwine 1543; Harl MS, 1362, 
fo. 37. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, per pale or and arg. 
O'Brien, Earl of Thomond, quartering Bryan 
with gu. a pheon arg. Z, 357, 371. O'Brien, 
Shotgrove, Essex. 

Gu. three lions ramp. ppr. Gunn, Irstead, Nor- 
folk. 

Or three lions .... az. Refley. 

Or two lions pass, in chief and one in base ramp, 
az. Tappenden, Faversham, Kent. 

Or three lions pass, in pale az. Johan de Someri, 
G, Sir John Someryk, L, Harl MS, 6137. 

Or three lions pass. az. Sr. John de Sohery, 
L, Harl MS, 6589. 

Or semy of hearts gu. and three lions pass, in pale 

az. Denmark, Z, 276. 
Or semy of hearts ga, and three lions pass. az. 
crowned of the first. Denmark, Z, 326. 

Or three lions pass, guard, in pale az. Ludlow. 
Or semy of hearts gu.and three lions pass, guard, in 
pale az.( another,crowned of the first.) Denmark. 



168 



AN ORDINARY OF 



BEASTS. 8 uaas cont. 

Or semy of hearts gu. three lions pass, guard, az. 
crowned of the first. Denmabk, Z, 554. 

Or three lions pass, regnard. az. Ludlow. 

Or three lions ramp. az. Sir .... de Risleioh, R* 

Or three lions ramp. az. ducallj crowned gn. 
Delillebs, London; granted 1657. 

Or three lions ramp, all meeting ander one head 
in the fess point guard, az. that at base respect- 
ant the sinister side. Nashb, W, 

Or three lions ramp, tails forked az. Mobtaine, 
CO. Leicester. 

Or three lions couchant gn. Ltb, go. Wilts, and 
00. Hereford. 

Or seroy of hearts gu. three lions pass, of the 
second crowned armed and langued az. 
Demmabk. 

Or three lions pass, guard, in pale towards the 
sinister gn. Motteux, Beechamwell, Norfolk. 

Or three lions pass, guard, gu. Kings of 
Wales. 

Or three lions ramp. gu. Gbbsacbb, co. York, V, 
CBESEACBE,Bamborough, co. York; the heiress 
m. More. 

Or three lions ramp. gu. over all a bend az. 
Palley. 

Or three lions ramp, gn, over all a bendlet sa. 
Haywabd, CO. Hereford. 

Or three lions ramp. pnrp. Obesacbe or 
Cbbsakbe, in Brodsworth Church, co. York. 

Or three lions . . . . sa. Sir Dunkan Makdonbtt 
d*£scoce, M. 

Or three lions couchant in pale sa. Llotd. 

Or three lions pass, in pale sa. Sr. Nicholas 
Gabbw, co« Devon, temp. Edward I, V. Gabew, 
Hackcombe, co. Devon; Baronetcy 2 August 
1661. Cabew, Beddington, Surrey ; the heiress 
m. Throckmorton, who assumed the name, and 
had a Baronetcy 11 January 1715; extinct 19 
August 1762. Richard de. Cabew, Bishop of St. 
David's, 1256-80. Nicoll de GABBU,jr, Harl 
MS, 6137. Sir John Cabwe, Q, Fowkboy. 
Johan de Eabeus, G, Adam de Monqomeby, 
F, or MuNOOHEBi, E. 

Or three lions pass. sa. Monsire de Gabew, Y, 
Cabew, F*. Cabew, Baron Carew of Castle- 
borough, and its branch Cabew, Ballinamona, 
00. Waterford; descended from England. 
Sir Nicholas Cabew, IT, and Nicholas de Cabew, 
K: HarL Affi^. 6589. Gabnb. Le Baron de 
Cabbeu, y. Sire Nicholas Cabbu, /iT. Nicholas 
de Kabbu, K, Malloby, co. Leicester. 

Or three lions pass, in pale sa. a label of three 
points gu. Sir John de Cabew or Cabewe the 
younger, Q, 
Or three lions pass. sa. a label gu. Sire Johan 
de Cabbu, N, 

Or three lions pass, in pale sa. armed and langued 
gu. Sir Nicholas Carew, Carew Castle, co. 
Pembroke, ob. 1449 ( derived through Osborne 
Fitzgerald, Lord of Ynysymaengwyn, from 
Walter Fitz-Otho) ; and his descendants, Cabew, 
Earl of Totness, Baron of Clopton, 1626-9 ; 
Cabew, Hacoombe, co. Devon, Baronetcy 2 
August 1661 ; Cabew, East Anthony, Cornwall, 
Baronetcy 9 August 1640, extinct 24 March 
1748, quartering Pole ; and Cabew, Crowcombe, 
CO. Somerset. Cabew, Beddington, Surrey; 
the heiress m. Throckmorton, who assumed 
the name, and had a Baronetcy 11 January 
1715; extinct 19 August 1762. Sir John 
Cabbwe, Q, Earl, US. 6595. 



BEASTS. 



8 LI0K8 cont. 



Or three lions pass, in pale sa. armed and langued 
gu. a label of three points of the last Sr. 
John Carew the younger, Q, HarL MS. 6595. 

Or three lions pass, guard, in pale sa. Malort, 
Dranghton, co. Northampton. Sr. Piers 
Maloube, CO. Leicester, temp. Edward I, V. 

Or three lions pass, guard, sa. Sire Peres 
Maloube, N, 

Or three lions pass, r^uard. sa. Lm>ix)w. 

Or three lions ramp. sa. Hillioh, Essex. 
Mallobe, F*. Sir John Malobe, co. Leices- 
ter, F. 

Or three lions ramp. sa. langued armed and 
crowned gu. Guebin, Norton Fitz-Warren, 
Taunton ; descended from Gdebin, Champagne, 
Isle of France, and Auveigne. 

Per chey. ai^g. and az. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Sir .... Bepley, V, 

Per oheT. embattled arg. and az. three lions ramp, 
oounterohanged. Holkeb. Hulke, V, 

Per cher. embattled arg. and gu. three lions 
ramp, couuterchanged. Huckle. Hulke. 

WiFOLDE, F*. 

Per chey. az. and or three lions pass, counter- 
changed. Wabino, Ireland. 

Per chey. az. and or three lions pass, guard, in 
pale couuterchanged. William Catlyn, Ley- 
borne, Kent; granted 1470, Harl MS, ld59,fb. 5. 

Per obey. az. and or three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. BiPLEY, ComwalL 

Per chey. embattled gu. and or three lions ramp, 
couuterchanged. Wuield, London. Wyftolde, 
F. Sir Nicholas Wipfold, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1450, Harl MS, 1349. 

Per chey. embattled gu. and or three lions ramp, 
guard, couuterchanged. Wilfobd, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1450. 

Per chey. or and az. three lions pass, guard, in 
pale couuterchanged. Catlin, Kent. 

Per chey. or and az. three lions ramp, coun- 
terchanged* Bepley, Chertsey, Suirey. 
Wabinotqn. Wabbinoton, Aigberth, co. Lan- 
caster; and its branches, Wabbinoton, quar- 
tering Strudwick ; and Warrington-CABEW, Ca- 
rew Castle and Crowcombe. 

Per chey. embattled or and az. three lions ramp, 
couuterchanged. Holkeb, London; gramtei 
1 January 1770. 

Per chey. or and az. three lions nmp. those in 
chief combatant all couuterchanged. Bobeit 
Wabminoton, of Calais, temp. Edward lY.F. 

Per chev. or and gu. three lions pass, counter- 
changed. Lxmo, CO. York, and Parson's Ore^ 
Middlesex. 

Per chey. floiy counterflory or and gu. three lions 
pass, couuterchanged. Lownde, Jekesford, co. 
Cambridge. 

Per chey. doyetailed or and yert three lions ramp, 
couuterchanged. Bipley, Westminster, Mid- 
dlesex; granted 1742; London; and Bipley, 
CO. York. 

Per chief az. and erm. three lions ramp. or. 
Monsire Bichard Fitz-Henby, Y, 

Per fess arg. and az. three lions pass, counter- 
changed. Vale. 

Per fess arg. and erm. three lions pass, guard, in 
pale sa. Calobaft, Kent. 

Per fess dancetty (or indented) az. and gu. three 
lions pass, in pale or. Sir Bryan TuKS, F. 

Per fess indented az. and gu. three lions pass. or. 
TuKB, Crossing Temple, Essex. 



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t IJ0V8 eont. 



Per fes8 az. and or on the first three lions ramp, 
in bar arg. crowned or. Jon de Bskemobe, 
J, EarL MS. 6157. 

Per fess eim. and az. three lions ramp, in chief 
or. Fitz-Hekby. 

Per fess embattled gn. and or three lions ramp, 
eonnterchanged. Wifibld. 

Per fess embattled go. and sa. three lions pass, 
goard. arg. XjIPpincott. 

Per fess or and az. in chief three lions ramp, 
vert Reynolds, London; granted 1714. 

Pff fess or and go. three lions pass, oonnter- 
cbanged. Kenebby. 

Per fess sa. and arg. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Youno, Clare, Suffolk ; the co-heirs 
m. Cook and M'Lean. 

Per fess sa. and arg. three lions ramp, guard, 
eonnterchanged. Younoe, Buckhome, and 
Colbroke, co. Dorset. 

Per pale arg. (az. in pencil) and go. three lions 
runp. erm. Jeffiray de Rous, Y, 

Perpde arg. and sa. three lions pass, guard, in 

pflle eounterehanged. Ashill. 
Pff pale arg. and sa. three lions ramp, eoun- 
terehanged. Ethebinoton, Kingston -upon- 
Holl, and Ferriby, co. York. Hethebd^oton. 
Hktribton. Sir Thomas Puluson, Lord 
Hajtff of London 1584, living 1602, Harl MS. 
1U9, PuLTisoK, London. 

Per pale az. and go. three lions pass, guard, arg. 
Isaac Mabdox, Bishop of St. Asaph 1785, 
Worcester 1745-59. 

Vo pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. 
Eyaks, HiU Court. Gwyh, Ford Abbey, co. 
Beron; quartering Prideaux and Fraunceis. 
Pn2-HEBBEBT. Hbabbbett. Sir George 
Hcbbebt, F. Hebbebt, Baron Herbert of 
Cover and Chepstow, 1461, Earl of Pembroke 
14^ (resigned . . . . ) and of Huntiogdon 1479, 
extioct 1491, the heiress m. Somerset, Z, 897, 
tK, Hkbbebt, as borne on an escucheon by 
Somerset, Eail of Warwick, Ui, William 
Hkbbebt. Earl of Pembroke, at the Charter- 
boose 1619. Hebbebt, Baron Herbert of Car- 
diff, and Earl of Pembroke 1551, into which 
title merged, 1680, ^at of Hebbebt, Baron 
Herbert of Sburland and Earl of Montgomery 
1005. Hebbebt, Bed (or Powis) Castle, co. 
If ontgomery ; Baron Powis 1629, Baronetcy 
1« November 1622; Eari of Powis 1674; Vis- 
wat Montgomery and Marquis of Powis 1687 ; 
csliBet 1748, Z, S62 (this family had a orescent 
br di£). Hebbebt, Baron Herbert 1624, 
Baroo Herbert of (Hiirbury 1629, extinct 
IMl; reoewed 1694; extinct 1738; renewed 
i749: Baron Powis, Viscount Ludlow, Earl 
«f Powis 1748; Baron Herbert of Cherbury 
md Lodlow 1749 ; extinct 1801. Clive, now 
HnnVT, Baron Orre 1794 ; Baron Powis, Ba- 
nm HcrlMrt of Cn[ieri>ury, Visoount Clive and 
Eari Powis 1804. Hebbebt, Earl of Torring- 
Herbert of Torbay 1689-1716. 
Baron Porchester, 1780; Earl of 
1799. Hebbebt, Tintem, co. Mon- 
; Baronetcy 8 July 1660; extinct .... 
% Bromfleld, co. Salop ; Baronetcy 1660 ; 
1009. Jones, Siowey, co. Somerset. 
Llmarth, and Treowen, co. Monmouth ; 
from William ap Jsnkin, alias Hebbebt 
Abergarenny ; quartering Cor- 
r, Kewmarch, ViYonia sumamed 
Xritei, Ferrers, Marehall, Strong- 



BEASTS. 



8 LLOn cant. 



bow, Clare, Oifiard, Maemorough, Blethin 
Broadspeare, Gwarinddy, Huntley, Hastings, 
Wallis, Morgan, Wybome, and Lee. Moboan, 
Ashtowne,Wa]es. Pbodoebs. Edward Pbooebs, 
Groom of the Bedchamber temp. Charies II. 
Pbooebs, Gwarindee, or Wemdu, co. Mon- 
mout descended from William ap Jenkin, alias 
Hebbebt, lord of Gwarindee, temp. Edward 111. 
William Thomas, Bishop of St. Darid*s 1678, 
Worcester 1688-9. Vauohan, Bridwarden, co. 
Hereford; Cleirow, co. Badnor; and Court 
Field, CO. Monmouth. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. a cres. 
cent and a label of five points or. Henry 
Hebbebt, Winister, Z, 848. 

Per pale az. and gn. three lions ramp. arg. armed 
and langued or. Hebbebt, St. Julian's and 
Magor, CO. Monmouth (derived from George, 
third son of William Hebbebt first Earl of 
Pembroke), the heiress m. Baron Herbert of 
Cbirhury. Hebbebt, Baron Herbert of Cbir- 
buiy; Hebbebt, Earl of Powis; Hebbebt, 
Tintem ; and Hebbebt, co. Kerry ; all derived 
like Hebbebt, Coldbrook, co. Monmouth (the 
heiress, 1709, m. Powell), from Richard, third 
son of William Hebbebt, Baglan Castle, co. 
Monmouth, youngest brother of William 
Hebbebt, first Earl of Pembroke of the on- 
ginal creation. And with a crescent for diff« 
Eyans, Hill House, co. Hereford. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp, double 
tailed arg. Moboan. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. erm. 
Sir Johan le Bous, N. Jeffhiy de Bious, F. 
Rous, CO. Gloucester. Sir Roger Rouse, co. 
Gloucester, temp. Edward I, F. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. erm. armed 
gu. Rous, Lord of Immer. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions pass. or. 
Delaland. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. or. Gates, 
Essex. Herbert le Fltz Mahewe, B. Mahu 

FitZ JOHAM, G. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp, guard, or. 
Gates, Gosberton, co. linooln. Sir Geotfiy 
Gates, Essex, V. 

Per pale erm. and az. three lions ramp. or. 
Fitz-Henby. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp. arg. 
Sir Richard Estemey, V. Estudy or Estney. 
Hebbebt, Earl of Huntingdon, Lord Herbert 
of Gower and Chepstow, until 1491, Z, 887. 
Gile le Rous, E, or Rus, F, Shebman. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp. arg. en- 
raged eounterehanged. Hebbebt. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp. erm. 
Philip le Fitz.MAHEU, E. Le Fitz Mahew, F. 
Mathew, W, 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions pass, guard, in 
pale or. Henri de la Launde, O. Lawne. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp. or. 
Fitz John. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp, guard, or. 
Gates, Essex, and Semer, co. York. 

Per pale gu. and or three lions eounterehanged. 
O'Bbien, Blatherwycke Park, co. Northampton ; 
descended through Henry O'Brien, Stonhall, 
CO. Clare (who m., 1699, the heiress of Stafford 
of Blatherwycke), from Sir Donatus O'Brien, 
Dromoland, co. Clare; quartering arg. three 
piles gu., and arg. (properly? or) a pheon 
az. 

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BEASTS. 



8 LI0K8 cont. 



Per pale gu. and Ba. three lions pass, in pale arg. 
The O'Gbady, Eilballyowen, co. Limerick. 

Per pale gu. and sa. three lions pass, guard, per 
pale arg. and or the centre lion charged on the 
side with a portcullis ( az. another) sa. O'Gbaoy, 
Yiscoant Guillamore, 28 January, 1831. 

Per pale or and arg. three lions pass, in pale gu. 

LeWELLIN, V, LEWEIiLYN. Ll^WELLTN, V. 

Per pale or and. az. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. RowsE. 

Per pale or and az. three lions ramp. gu. Sire 
Roger le Rous, N, 

Per pale or and gu. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Rous, V. Rouse, V*, 

Per pale or and gu. three lions ramp. erm. Rous 
or RowsE. 

Per pale or and sa. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Bishop, Pocklington, co. York. 

Per pale sa. and arg. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Paujseb, The Vache, co. Bucking- 
ham, and Castletown House, co. Wexford, Ba- 
ronetcy 6 August 1773. Palliseb, Deptford, 
Kent; granted 8 October 1773. 

Per pale sa. and arg. three lions ramp, guard, 
counterchanged. Young, co. Dorset 

Per pale sa. and gu. three lions pass. arg. 
Steere, Jayes, Dorking, Surrey; quartering 
Lee. 

Per pale vert and gu. three lions pass, in pale 
arg. O'GiiADY, Harl MS. 4039, fo. 169. 

Per pale vert and gu. three lions pass. arg. 
Grady, Ireland. 

Per saltire or and erm. a lion pass. az. betw. two 
others pass, reguard. in pale gu. Mao Mahon, 
Baronetcies 6 May 1815, and 7 August 1817. 

Purp. three lions ramp. or. Fitz-Raykold, co. 
Lancaster. 

Quarterly az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. 
Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, after 1661, when 
the bordure compony or bezanty and gu. was 
abandoned; (this coat seems false). 

Quarterly gu. and az. three lions ramp. arg. Sr. 
William Morgan, V. 

Quarterly per fess indented gu. and az. three 
lions ramp. arg. Medlicott, Abingdon, co. 
Berks ; London ; and co. Salop, 1634, HarLMS, 
1358, fo. 83. Medlycott, Ven House, Mil- 
borne Port, CO. Somerset ; Baronetcy 3 October 
1808. 

Quarterly gu. and erm. three lions pass, with tails 
extended or. Shaxton, Buthell, Norfolk. 

Sa. three lions pass, in pale arg. English, Oving- 
ton Manor, and Becking, Essex. English, Kent, 
CO. Lancaster, and co. Stafford. English, V. 
Pyi^ton, V. And with a crescent or (? for diff.) 
Richard Beadon, Bishop of Gloucester 1789, 
Bath, etc. 1802-24, Cole, MS. xlix, fo. 3 b. 

Sa. three lions pass. arg. Aigles, co. North- 
ampton and Northumberland. Thomas 
English, Buckland, Maidstone, Kent, 1730. 
(? Hwyfa ap Iorwerth, heiress eventually to 
Puleston, thence to Cooke.) Mervyn, Durford, 
CO. Hants. Felstone. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, in pale arg. 
Aygle. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, arg. John Keterich 
or Catrick, Bishop of St. David's 1414, lich. 
field, etc. 1415, Exeter 1419-20. 

Sa. three lions ramp. arg. Aigles, Northumber- 
land and CO. Northampton. Bernham, V, 
Sire Johan le Engleys, N, Sr. John Enoleys, 
Northumberland and Cumberland, temp. Ed- 



BEASTS. 



8 LI0K8 cofU. 



ward I, V, English, Stockley English, and 
Bradninch, co. Devon. William Enolishe, Y. 
Engleys or Englys. Englys, Northumberland. 
Preuz, V, pRous, Chugford, V. Peocs or 
Prowze, Gidley Castle, temp. Henry II, and 
find Way, in Chagford, co. Devon; the heiress 
m. Moels or Mules. Younger branches were 
settled at Withecomb, Barnstaple, Tiverton, 
Crediton,etc. Prouse, F*. Prouse or Precz. 
Sandford. Stanford. 

Sa. crusily or three lions ramp. arg. Sire Wil- 
liam le Preuz, N^ Sir William Preuz, Corn- 
wall, temp. Edward III, V. Preuze, V*. 

Sa. crusily fitchy or three lions ramp. arg. Pbeux 
or Prewxe; quartered by Hastings, Earl of 
Huntingdon. Wilbury, V, 

Sa. three lions ramp. arg. ducally crowned or. 
Lawford. 

Sa. three lions ramp. arg. enraged gu. Mnj>HAB. 
PiiowsE (a younger branch of Prouse or 
Prowze of Gidley, co. Devon). 

Sa. three lions ramp, guard, arg. Aiolbb, North- 
umberland and CO. Northampton. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, in pale erm. Walker, 
CO. Cambridge. 

Sa. three lions pass, in pale or. William 
D'Arderne, Ey or Ardern, F, Couvbe, F. 
Malefourd, V, Malford. 

Sa. three lions pass. or. Arderne. BoucHiEfi, 
Essex. And with a orescent for difif. Richard 
Beadon, Bishop of Gloucester 1789, Bath, etc. 
1802-24. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, in pale or with a cres- 
cent for diff.' Bourchier, Essex. 

Sa. three lions pass, reguard. the two in chief re- 
oontrant or. Dalway. 

Sa. three lions ramp. or. Combe Coohbe or 
CouMBE, Stratford on-Avon, co. Warwick. 
DupoRCH. Eyston, Isleworth, co. Middlesex ; 
quartering through Stow of Burford, co. Oxon, 
De Arcubus of East Hendred, co. Berks. M. 
Reynaud le Fitz Piers,D. Gefrai Turbervile,£. 

Sa. crusily fitchy of seven and three lions ramp, 
or. Wybbury, F. 

Sa. three lions ramp, or armed and langued go. 
Eyston, East Hendred, co. Berks, 171(5. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, per pale arg. and or. 
Mervyn, Pertwood and Fonthill GifTard, co. 
Wilts; VUitatton 1565. Mervyn, Marwood, 
00. Devon ; the heiress m. Cutcliffe. 

Sa. three lions pass, guard, in pale per pale or 
and arg. Mervyn, Fonthill, co. Wilts. 

Vert three lions pass, in pale arg. Maorath, 
Lambeth ; quartering gu. an arm couped ppr. 
the hand holding a cross croslet fitchy or, with 
gu. an arm erect the hand holding a battle-axe 
in bend sinister . . . . , and vert a buck salient 
or. 

Vert three lions pass, guard, arg. Merefield. 

Vert three lions ramp. arg. Wanwick. Warwick. 
Wardwick. 

Vert three lions ramp. arg. collared or chains 
fixed to the collar of the last pendent betw. the 
legs and over the loins. Tyson, Malton and 
Alnwick, Northumberland. 

Vert three lions ramp. arg. crowned or. Lymbraee, 
V. Sir John Mardenike, K. Mardewike, V** 
Tison, Northumberland, and oo. Wilts. Tyson, 
impaling Severs, 1761. 

Vert three lions ramp. arg. crowned collared and 
chained or. Tison or Tyson, Woodland Green, 
CO. Gloucester; granted 24 February 1708. 



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8 LI0H8 cont. 



Vert three lions ramp. arg. crowned dncally 

gorged and chained or. Tuson. 
Vert three lions ramp, ital forked arg. Wakdwike, 

John Wardwicke, Y, Warwick or Wabwyke, 
Vert three lions ramp, or, Lono. 
Vert three lions ramp, guard, or. William 

Chklmick, Ragdon,co. Salop ; granted by Cooke, 

W; amfirmed 1 June 1582, HarL MS. 1359, fo. 

123 b. Ghilxick, Ragdon, co. Salop. 
Vert three lions in fess per pale arg. and or. 

Spbugham, Dublin. 

8 LTVXE8 

S*. three lynxes pass, guard, arg. Lynch. 
St. three lynxes salient arg. Linch. 
Sa. three lynxes ppr. Lynch, KenU 

8 MOLES 

Arg. three moles sa. Nancothan, RedrifT, Com- 
wtlL Navgathan. Nanoabthian. Wiohton. 

Arg. three moles sa. snouts and feet gu. 
Mamgotham, Scotland. Nanoothan or 

Nanootham, Scotland. 

8 OUNCES 

St. three ounces statant in pale or spotted of the 
first Sir James Boubchsb; 1010; HarL MS. 

W5, fo. 15 b. 

8 0TTEB8 

Arg. three otters issuant out of a fess wavy sa. 

Meldkux, Fyvie, Scotland. 
Afg. three otters pass. sa. Wobcell or Wobsell. 
Az. three otters in pale or. Pbude, Kent; in 

Gtsterbury Cathedral. 
Az. three otters pass, in pale or each holding in 

the mouth a fish ai^g. Pboude, Egston, Kent. 

8 OXEN 

Aif . three calves (pass. V* ) statant gu. Calfe, V. 
Arg. three calves sa. Dtjncalfe, Fo^ey, co. Ches- 
ter. Metcaij^. 
Arg. three bulls pass. sa. Hamelbn Hamelin 

Hamelyn Haxelyne and Haxelyno. Hayton. 

SncKLEWEY, V; Thomas Stiklewey, V. 

Stbiklewey, F*. 
Arg. three oalves pass. sa. Medcalf, Askrigh, 

fierepark, and Reddall, co. York. Medcalfe 

or Metcalfe, Chelmsford, Essex; and co. York. 

Metcalfe, Hawstead, Suffolk. 
Aig. three bulls pass. sa. armed or. Ashley, co. 

Sonoerset. Coopeb, Wimbome St Giles, co. 

Dorset. 
Arg. three bulls pass. sa. armed and langued gu. 

Hajolyn or Hamlyno. 
Aig. three bulls pass. sa. armed and unguled or. 

AtHLEY-CooPKB ; BaTonctcy 4 July 1622; Baron 

Ashley, 20 April 1661; Baron Cooper and 

Ead of Shaftsbury, 23 April 1672; quartering 

Cooper. 
Afg. three cows pass. sa. eyes gu. collared or. 

Benedictine Alien Priory at Cowick Cowike or 

CncH, CO. Devon. 
ii|L three cahres statant sa. Sir James 

MSTCALFE, F. 

A». three bQlls statant sa. armed or. Hamelyn, 

tekdme bolls pass. or. Hobne. 

Or three bulls pass. sa. Squibb, Reading, oo. 



Or 



bulls pass. sa. armed gu. Squibb, co. 



YattUvM balb salient arg. Rowland Lee, 
*"' of luUlald, etc 15d4-4d. 



BEASTS. 



8 SEALS 



Per ohev. sa. and arg. three seabears counter- 
changed. Flowebdew, Norfolk. 

8 SHEEP 

Arg. three rams pass. sa. Sydenham, Briropton, 
CO. Somerset; Baronetcy 28 July 1641 ; extinct 
10 October 1739 ; Sydenham, and Kiisford, co. 
Somerset: with its branches at Coombe, Or- 
chard, Chelworthy, and Whetston, co. Somer- 
set; and Winford Eagles, co. Dorset. Simon 
Sydenham, Bishop of Chichester 1431-8. 

Az. three holy lambs or. Row, co. Devon, 1716. 

Az. three paschal lambs pass. or. Lamb. 

Gu. three holy lambs staff cross and banners arg. 
Rowe, Tolesby Hall, co. York. Rowe, Tavi- 
stock, CO. Devon ; a younger branch of Rowe, 
Lamerton, co. Devon, Visitation 1620. 

Gu. three paschal lambs pass. arg. the banners 
charged with a cross gu. Lamb. 

Gu. three paschal lambs or. Rowe or Rawe, 
Cornwall. 

Gu. three rams arg. Ramsey. 

8 SQiriBRELS 

Arg. three squirrels sejant cracking nuts gu. 

Mabtheby. 
Or three squirrels gu. Ashweed. Squibe. 
Vert three squirrels sejant arg. Baxteb. 

8 URCHINS 

Arg. three hedgehogs sa. Bibam. Couse. 

Habbies, Mabie, Scotland. Hebiz. 
Arg. three porcupines sa. Bybom, Byron, co. 

Lancaster. 
Az. three hedgehogs arg. Hebiz. Hebys. 
Az. three hedgehogs or. Hebiz, co. Leicester. 

Hebbeb. Sweliton, V*. Swilton. Swinbobne 

or SWYNBOBNE. 

Az. three hedgehogs (or porcupines) or. 

Abbahall, CO. Hereford; quartering Eyrie. 
Az. three urchins pass, in pale or. Wood. 
Az. three hedgehogs statant or. Sir Roger 

SWELYTON, V. 

Or three hedgehogs az. Habbis, Boreatton, co. 

Salop ; Baronetcy 16 Dec. 1622 ; extinct 1685. 
Or three urchins (? boars) statant az. Henry de 

Hebige, a. 
Or three hedgehogs pass, in pale gu. Hebcy. 
Or three porcupines sa. Hebys. Hebcy. Henry 

de Hebice, a, Harl MS., 6137. 

8 WEASELS 

Gu. three weasels courant arg. Schopfin. 

8 WOLVES 

Arg. three wolves courant in pale az. Nanphant. 

Cornwall. Penpons, Treswithan, CornwalL 
Arg. three wolves (pass V*) statant in pale az. 

Nanfant or PoNPONS, V, 
Arg. three wolves pass. gu. Hackeb. Loyett, 

Derby ; a younger branch of Lovett of Stanton, 

CO. Leicester. 
Arg. three wolves pass. gu. on the shoulder of the 

first a mullet or. Roger Whelpdalb, Bishop 

of Carlisle 1420-3. 
Arg. three wolves pass. ppr. Loyett, Belmont, 

CO. Salop. 
Arg. three wolves pass, in pale sa. Lovett, 

Liscombe, co. Buckingham; Baronetcy 28 

October 1781 ; extinct 30 Januaiy 1812. 

Lovett, V*. Lovet or Lovett, Codnor, co. 

Derby; Tavistock, co. Devon; Essex; co. 

Huntingdon; and Ostwell, co, Northampton. 

Penpons, Penpons, in St. Eew, Cornwall; the 

heiress m. Arundell. 



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BEASTS. 3 WOLVES cont, 

Arg. three wolves pasB. sa. Levet, Levbtt or 

Levitt, Ireland. Lovatt, Clayton Hall, co. 

Stafford; descended from Lovett, Astwell, co. 

Northampton; the heirs m. Booth and Wise. 
Arg. three wolves sa. two in chief (ramp.?) com- 
batant one in base pass. Clat. 
Arg. three wolves statant in pale sa. William 

LovETT, V. 
Az. three wolves pass. arg. Orowan. 
Az. three wolves pass. arg. collared or. 

Cbowan. 
Az. three wolves (pass. V*.) statant in pale arg. 

collared or. Growan, V, 
Az. three wolves pass. or. MANDEvn.E, Essex. 
On. three wolves pass. arg. Lelon or Lelow. 
Or three wolves statant in pale az. Woolfe; 

confirmed 1 July 1588, HarU MS, 1359, fol. 13. 
Vert three wolves pass. arg. Stanhope, co. 

York. 
Vert three wolves pass, in pale or. Makdevile. 

Manlovell, v.* Maulovbll, F. John Stanhop, 

Tuxford-en-CHay, V, 
Vert three wolves pass. or. Stanhope, co. York. 

8 BEARS and in ehief . . . . 
Annulets 
Arg. three boars az. in chief as many annnlets of 
Uie last. KiLBY, co. York. 
Chief 
Arg. three boars pass. az. a chief of the last. 
(}begob. 

on ft Chief. . . . (Beast) Lion 
Az. three boars pass, in pale arg. on a chief gn. a 
lion pass. or. Dtmocke, Erdington, co. War- 
wick. 
Or three boars az. on a chief of the second a lion 
pass, of the first. Oraoor or Oreoob. 

8 CATS and in ehief. . . . 
Pean three mountain cats pass, in pale arg. on a 
canton or a fess gu. surmounted by an anchor 
of the third encircled ^y a wreaUi of laurel 
vert. Keats, Dorrant House, Dover ; quarter- 
ing Goodwin. 

8 DEER ftnd in ehief. . . . 
Chief 
Arg. three bucks trippant ppr. a chief az. Pabkeb, 

Upton Cheney, co. Gloucester. 
Arg. three stags sa. attired or a chief az. 

RooEBS, Bristol and Eastwood, co. Gloucester. 
Az. three stags or a chief of the second. Gbeen, 

Poulton, CO. Chester. 
Erm. three bucks pass. gu. a chief az. Blythe, 

00. York. 
Erm. three bucks gu. attired or a chief az. 

Bltthe, CO. York. 

on ft Chief.... Castle 
Or three hinds trippant gu. on a chief of the last 

a tower tripple-towered betw. two escuoheons of 

the first. Skut, Stanton-Drew, eo. Somerset. 
Or three hinds pass. ppr. on a chief gu. a tower 

of the first betw. two escuoheons arg. Soutt, 

Micklefield, co. Suffolk. 
Or three hinds pass. ppr. on a chief gu. a tower 

betw. two escuoheons of the first. Souttb, co. 

Dorset. 
Or three hinds trippant ppr. on a chief gu. a 

castle betw. two esoucheons of the second. 

Skutt, CO. Somerset. 
....Creseenti 
Az. three bucks trippant erminois on a chief or 

three cresceate sa. Gbeen, Poulton Hall, co. 

Chester. 



BEASTS. 8 DEER and in ehief. . . .eont, 

on a Chief cont. Croei 

Erm. three bucks trippant gu. on a chief indented 
per pale or and az. a oross patonce counter- 
changed betw. two roses the dexter gu. the si- 
nister or. Geoffry Blythe, Bishop of Lich- 
field, etc. 1503-31. 
....Fruit 

Erm. three bucks trippant sa. on a chief wavy az. 
as many acorns slipped or. Roqers, Yarling- 
ton, CO. Somerset; quartering Robinson, 
Lloyd and Pickebino. 
Mallet 

Az. three bucks or in chief a mullet. • . .Gbeen, 
CO. Oxford 1600. 

8 DOGS and in ohief . . . • 

on ft Canton (Beast) Deer 

Erm. three greyhounds courantsa. collared gn. 
on a canton of the last a lion pass or. Moore, 
Appleby-Parva, co. Leicester and co. Derby, 

.... Lion 

Erm. three greyhounds courant sa. and on a can- 
ton gu. a lion of England for augmentation. 
Moore, Lord Mayor of London 1682. 
Chief 

Arg. three hounds sa. a chief per pale erm. and 
gu. Babley, CO. Derby. 

Per pale wavy arg. and vert three greyhounds 
courant counterchanged a ohief indented arg. 
ToMLiNsoN, Cholmondeley, co. Chester. 

Per pale wavy arg. and vert three greyhounds 
courant counterchanged a chief indented az, 
Thomlikson, Blencogo, Cumberland. 

Per pale wavy arg. and vert three grey- 
hounds counterchanged a chief invecked az. 
Thomlinson, Gateshead, co. Durham ; Visita- 
tion 1615. 
on a Chief .... (Beast) Deer 

Vert three hounds oourant bendwise at random 
arg. on a chief of the last a stag in f\ill speed 
ppr. Wildish, quartered by Pie 1710. 
....Fox 

Vert three greyhounds arg. gutty-de-larmes on a 
chief or a fox pass. gu. Weldish, Lynton, 
Kent; granted 14 March, 1542. 
....Crossei 

Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale sa. on a 
chief engr. az. as many crosses oroslet or. 

TOMLIMSON. 

. . . .Homi 
Vert three greyhounds courant arg. on a ohief of 
the last as many buglehoms sa. stringed gu. 

HUMTEB. 

Vert three dogs of chase arg. collared or on a 
ohief of the second as many hunting horns of 
the first stringed gu. Hunteb, Kirkland, co. 
Ayr; descended from Robert second son of 
Robert Hunteb of Hunterston living 1674. 
Hunteb, Croyland, co. Lincoln; descended 
fh>m James fourth son of Robert Hunteb of 
Hunterston living 1674; quartering Orby, 
Howard and Gerard. Hunteb, Hunterston, 
CO. Ayr. 
Boundle 

Gu. three greyhounds oourant az. in chief a 
torteau .... Pempans. 

8 GOATS and in ehief. « . . 

Arg. three goats pass. gu. a chief az. Blythe. 
Az. three goats pass, and a chief arg. Haley, 
London, and Edgware Bury, Middlesex. 



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BEASTS. S LE0PABD8 mnd in dkiof . . . . 

Aig. three leopards ramp. ga. (on a chief of the 
seeoDd a lion pass, of the first ?) Yon6B. 

Or three leopards pass. ppr. on a chief sa. a demi 
giifBo segreant erm. holding in the mouth a 
key as the second betw. two 5<foils of the 
foarth. Green, Milnrow, co. York ; Baronetcy 
5 Ifeeember 1805 ; extinct 12 July 1831. 

S LIOKS and in ohiaf . . . . 

Ontoa 

Az. three demi-lions ramp. arg. a canton..., 
Habiosoh, Orgrave, oo. York; qaartering 
Svyft by descent from Swyft, Damal, through 
Dieksou. 

.... three lions ramp. .... a canton erm. Henry 

FofiSTESfiUBI. 

Aig. three hons ramp. go. a canton of the second 

fretty or. Bucklaio), Langley, co. Bucking- 

huD. 
Enn. three lions ramp. gn. crowned or a canton of 

the second. Merry, Barton, oo. Derby; the 

hekess m. Simpnon. 

«tGaBton....7ret 
G«. three iiods ramp. arg. on a canton sa. a fret 

dr. BtjCKLASD or Buckle, co. Somerset. 
Ga. three lions ramp, guard, or on a canton of 

the second a fret of the first. Jones, Dublin. 
....Bonndlaf 
Or three lions ramp. sa. on a canton of the last 

three bezants. Godwin. V*. Thomas Godwyn, 

Biihop of Bath and Wells 1584-90, Harl. MS, 

1359, fo. 119 ; ( but the lions appear to be pass. 

tod the name Godtn, HarL MS. 1069, fo. 60) ; 

tmted by Cooke, W. 

Chief 
^ three demi-lions and a chief or. Fisher. 
Ga. three demi-lions ramp, and a chief or. 

Sir Edward Fisheb, London, 1533-4, HarL 

M8. 1858, fo. 85 b. 
Gl three demi-UoDS ramp, couped and a chief or. 

Fisher, co. Gloucester, co. Hertford andco. 

StafEord. 
Gl. three demi-lions ramp, and a chief indented 

or. FuHSB, Middlesex. 
Or three demi-lions ramp, and a chief indented 

ga. FisHAR or Fisheb, co. Hertford ; London ; 

aad CO. Stafford; ^anC«<i July 1614, Horl. If ;?. 

C095, £>. 32. Sir Thomas Fisheb, London, W. 
Arg. three lioos ramp, and a chief az. Gbant, 

Cnmdali, oo. Hantn, 1716. 
Ar^. three liona ramp. gu. a chief az. Thomas, 

tiftoo Place, oo. Sussex, Baronetcy 6 Septem- 
ber 1766, and hia descendant Freeman, now 

Tbovas, RattoD, oo. Sus9ex. 
Arg, three liooa pass, guard, (another salient re- 

laanL) and a chief gu. Yelyebton. 
Aif. tteee liooa ramp, and a chief gu. Yelyebton, 

Sirton-HaodidtyOO. Northampton. Yelyebton, 

K YxLYEBTOE, Barou Grey de Buthin, 1329 ; 

^Hont LoogtieYille, 21 April 1690, and £arl 

ol Sussex, 26 Sept. 1717, extinct 1799; quar- 

tSBiig Grey. Yelyebton, Baron AYonmore, 19 

J1B^ 1705, Yiseount Avonmore, 29 Dec. 1800. 
in. three Ikms ramp, guard, and a chief gu. 

timcBioa, Bougbam, co. Norfolk. 
AiV- three lions ramp, guard, sa. a chief gu. 

t a iMMt on ^ Norfhlk, V, 
At. tloea lioDa ramp, or a chief arg. Bfiton, co. 

Villa. Oback. Nidiolasle GBA8,il. Gbasse. 

Gtun aliaa Buttklx.; quartered by Weld, 

Smlks. eOOVfo. ^ b* Nicholas Lb Gbos, 

K I«0BD8fl»F*. Lbobosse. 



BEASTS. 8 LIONS and in chief, . . . cont. 

Chief cont, 
Az. three lions ramp, or a chief of the first frettj 

arg. Grace. 
Gu. three lions pass, or a chief indented az. 

Tdck. 
Per cheY. az. and or three lions pass, guard, in 

pale counterohanged a chief arg. Catlin or 

Catlyn, CO. Bedford; and Band, co. North- 
ampton. 
Per pale arg. and sa. three lions ramp, counter- 
changed a chief arg. Etrebinoton, oo. York, 
on a Chief. . . . (Beast) Lion 
Arg. three lions ramp. az. on a chief gu. a demi- 

fion ramp, issuant or. De Gobb, V*, 
Arg. three lions ramp. az. armed and langued 

gu. on a chief of the last a demi-lion ramp. 

issuant or. O'Gaba ; Harl MS. 4039, fo. 64. 
Az. three lions ramp. arg. on a chief gu. a demi- 

Uon ramp, issuant or. Gabb, Kent. Sir Simon 

At Gabe, V, 
Az. three lions ramp. arg. on a chief gu. a demi- 

lion ramp, couped or. George De Gobe, F, 
Az. three Uons ramp, or on a chief gu. a demi- 

lion ramp, of the second. Gore. 
Arg. three lions ramp, guard, gu. (on a chief of 

Uie second a lion pass, of the first ?) Yonge. 
Az. three lions ramp. arg. on a chief gu. a lion 

pass. or. Gobe. 

.... (Beasts) Lions 
Arg. three lions ramp. gu. on a chief of the 

second as many ramp, guard, of the first. 

Yelyebton, V, 
Arg. three lions ramp, guard, gu. on a chief of 

the second as many of the first. Yelyebton, V*, 
....Crescents 
Arg. three lions ramp. sa. on a chief indented az. 

as many crescents or. Habyey, Ireland; 

granted in Ireland, 1665. 

Crosses 

Az. three lions ramp. arg. on a chief of the last 

as many crosses croslet sa. Mathew, Cogges^ 

hall, CO. Essex. 

. . . .Escallops 
Arg. three lions ramp. gu. on a chief az. as many 

escallops of the first. Poweb. 
Erm. three lions ramp. gu. on a chief sa. as 

many escallops arg. each charged with a cross 

of the second. Poweb. 
. . . .Flower 
Per chcY. az. and or three lions pass, guard. 

counterchanged on a chief arg. a rose gu* 

barbed vert seeded gold betw. two fleurs-de-lia 

of the fourth. Cattelen or Catlyn. 
Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. a chief 

per pale or and arg. charged on the dexter 

side with a rose gu. and on the sinister with a 

thistle Yert. Pembboke College, Oxford; 

founded 1620. 

.... X ret 
Gu. three lions ramp, or on a chief of the second 

a fret of the first. Jones, Wateringbuiy Place, 

CO. Kent. 

... .Hand 
Arg. three lions ramp. gu. armed and langued az. 

on a chief of the last a dexter hand fesswise 

couped at the wrist ppr. holding a dagger arg. 

hilt or in pale betw. two pheons of the last. 

0'KEABNEA,alias Cabney, HarlMS. 4039, fo. 1 5a. 
....Human Figure 
Az. three lions pass, guard, in pale or on a chief 

gu. the Virgin and Child of the second. Angus- 

tinian Priory at Newstsad, co. Nottingham. 



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BEASTS. 8 LI0K8 and In ehief conU 

on a Chief. . . .Hmnan Fignre eont. 

Ga. three lions pass, guard, in pale or on a chief 
az. the Virgin and Child of the second. 
Augnstinian Priory at Newstead, co. Not- 
tingham. 

....Reptiles 

Per chev. az. and or three lions pass, gnard. in 
pale counterchanged on a chief arg. as many 
adders nowed erect sa. Richard Catlyn, 
Hatford Hall, co. Norfolk; certified 1 Decern- 
her, If»55; Harl MS. 1359, fo. 62 b. 
Head 

Per saltire or and arg. three lions ramp. az. 
armed and langued gu. in the chief centre 
section an open helmet affronty nnbarred ppr. 
on a chief gn. three escallops arg. Power, 
Roebnck House, co. Dublin ; Sampton and 
Edermine, co. Wexford ; Baronetcy Aug. 1841. 
dnarter 

Ar. three lions ramp. gu. a quarter sa. fretty or. 
Sr de BucKLAND, V. 

Gu. three lions ramp. ar. a quarter sa. fretty or. 
John de Bucklomde, Y. John Wboth, V. 
Wrothe, F*. 

8 OXEH and in chief. . . . 

Arg. three calves pass. sa. a canton gu. Metcalfe, 

London. 
Az. three bulls pass. arg. (another, or) a canton 

erm. Bishopton, co. Warwick. 

8 SdlTIBSELS and in chief. . . . 

Or three squirrels sejant ppr. a chief gu. in the 
dexter comer a cross patty of the field. Boobne, 
Battle, Sussex. 

8 00AT8 and in bate. . . 

Az. three goats salient arg. in the dexter base a 
rising sun or. County of Mebionetu. 

8 LEOFASBS and in base.... 

Per obey. arg. and gu. in chief three leopards of 
the second in base a crescent or. Chapman. 

8 LI0K8 and in base. . . . 
Bare 

Arg. three demi*lions gu. and two bars wavy az. 

MiLLiQAN or MuiiLiKiNE, Scotland. 
Arg. three lions gu. issuant out of two bars wavy 

az. MuLLiKiNE, Scotland. 
Erm. three lions and in base as many bars gu. 

Knyll, Knill, co. Hereford. 
Crescent 
Per chev. ai^g. and gu. in chief three demi-lions 

of the second in base a crescent of the first. 

Chapkan. 
Per chev. arg. and gu. in chief three lions pass. 

guard, of the second in base a crescent or. 

Chapman. 
Water 
Arg. three demi-lions gu. issuant out of water ppr. 

MuuJKEN, Scotland. 

8 BEAB8 betw. or within. . . . 
Or three bears pass, within a bordure engr. sa. 

WlOTON, V*. 

Sa. three dancing bears or a bordure arg. B affobd, 
CO. Nottingham. 

8 B0AB8 betw. or within.... 
Bordure 
Or three boars pass, within ■ a bordure engr. sa. 

WlOTON. 

Vert three boars or on a bordure arg fleurs- 
de-lis az. Maurice Fitz-Bogeb, Whitington. 



BEASTS. 8 BOABS betw. or within. . . .cont. 

Croesee 
Arg. three boars statant sa. and as many crosses 
patty in pale gu. Boteleb, V, 

8 BEER betw. or within. . . . 

ft>rdnre 

Az. three bucks trippant within a bordure or. 

Green, Wykin, co. Warwick ; and Kolleston, co. 

Leicester; quartering Pell, Fortrey, Jocelyn, 

Bardolf, etc. 
Vert three bucks courant arg. attired or within a 

bordure of the second. Trollope, Casewick, 

CO. Lincoln ; Baronetcy 1641. 
Vert three bucks pass, within a bordure or. 

Green. 
Croitei 
Vert three stags trippant two and one betw. two 

crosses croslet in chief and one in base or. 

Green, Chiddingly, Sussex, quartering Verral. 

8 DOGS betw. or within. . . . 

Bendlets 

Arg. three greyhounds courant in bend betw. 

two cotises and three eagles displ. sa. Cbati, 

Wickford, Isle of Ely. 
Bordnre 
Arg. three greyhounds courant sa. Lovet, eo. 

Northampton, quarterly with erm. simply, all 

within a bordure of the second platy. 
Az. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

gn. within a bordure of the thud. Berinotox, 

CO. Salop. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

gu. a bordure of the second. Berinoton, 

Bradwell and Sandbach. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

or within a bordure of the second. Macheix, 

Wendover, co. Buckingham. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. within 

a bordure compony or and gu. Mtchell, V*. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

or within a bordure compony or and gu. 

Mtchell, co. York, W. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

gu. within a bordure of the third. Barinotok 

or Berinoton. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant (in pale ?) arg. col- 
lared or within a bordure gu. a crescent for diff. 

Berinoton, Winteroott, co. Hereford; sod 

Little Malvern Court, co. Worcester. 
Sa. three greyhounds courant in pale arg. collared 

gu. within a bordure engr. or. Machell, 

Swaley, co. Lincoln. 
Gtoiiei 
Arg. three greyhounds courant betw. ten crosses 

formy fitdhy sa. Smyth, London ; and Crabbett, 

Sussex. 
Arg. three greyhounds courant in pale sa. collared 

or betw. ten crosses patty fitchy of the second. 

Smith, temp. Henry Vll, F. i 

8 GOATS betw. or within.... 

Or three goats salient within a bordure sa. 
Thorold, Boston, co. Lincoln; confirmed 10 
November 1631. 

Sa. three goats courant arg. within a bordure 
engr. of the last. Chamber, F. 

Sa. three goats pass. arg. within a bordure engr. 
of the last pellety. Stanfield, co. York. 

Sa. three goats pass. arg. within a bordure or pel- 
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]BS^3XSi S EASES betw. or within.... 

Arg. Uiree conies within a bordore sa. Tbipconie, 

GoinwaU. 
Ga. three conies sejant within a bordnre engr. 

arg. CoNiKGSBY, Norfolk. 
Go. three conies sejant arg. within a bordore 

engr. sa. Sr. Hnmfry Conesby, co. Hereford, F. 

CoKiNGSBT, Norfolk, and co. Hereford. 
Go, three rabbits arg. within a bordore engr. sa. 

LOXESBY. 

8 HOBSESbetw. or within.... 

St. three nags pass. arg. within a bordore or. 
Tbotteb. 

8 LEOPASDS betw. or within .... 

Bandleto 

Arg. three leopards in bend sa. betw. two bendlets 
go. Kekewychx, CO. Lancaster. 

Bordiiro 

Go. three leopards pass, in pale within a bordore 

or. HOLULKO. 

8 LI0H8 betw. or within.... 

Bart 

Ai. three Uons pass, in pale or and two bars arg. 

UiXTEBiN or MiNT£RN£, Batcombe, co. Dorset; 

lod Thorpe, Sorrey. 
Gil three lions pass, in pale or and two bars ho- 

mettj arg. Gibson, Teede, co. Lancaster. 

Margaret Gibson, wife of Ascoe; granted 

5 Jone 1557.8, Earl. MS. 1359, fo. 80. 
Sa. three lions ramp, and two bars dancetty arg. 

Dandexjon Dadntobuon or Dent de Lion, 

Haigate, i. e. Jsle of Tbanet, temp. Edward I. 

The heiress, daoghter of John, whose effigy is 

Id the north, or St James's, chancel of St. 

kirn's Church (a brass, 1445 ),m. Petit of Shal- 

neiford, near Ghatbam. 
Sa three Uoos ramp, in fess betw. two bars dan- 

eetty arg. Pbtyt. 
Ax. three Boos pass, goard. in fess betw. two bars 

gemek arg. Piebs, Tristemagh Abbey, co. 

We«tmeaih ; Baronetcy 18 Febroary 1600. 
Sa. three lions pass, and two bars gemels 

arg. a cx«€M:eot or. Bbowne. 
Bcndloti or Cotiiet 
Arg. three lions pass, goard. sa. between two 

beodkts go. Kekewiche. Kekewich, F*. 

Keuwyche, CO. Lancaster. 
Arg. three lions pass, in bend betw. two bendlets 

aa. Hawtrey, Aseott, Middlesex. Kekewyche, 

eo. Tineas tar. 
Ga. three lions pass, (goard. V*,) in bend arg. 

betw. two bendlets compony az. and of the last. 

MokYNE, F. 

Or throe lions pass, in bend sa. betw. two bendlets 
ytar. Gaps, St. Alban's, co. Hertford ; granted 
10»4. 
8a. three boos in bend betw. two bendlets arg. 

Baowa. 
Sa. three liona pass. betw. two bendlets arg. a 
8-fal in chief for diff. Browne, London, 1633- 
4,flar{. MS. 1358, fo. 61 b. 
Siu throe bona pass. betw. two bendlets arg. and 
m mtaj S-foila slipped erm. Bbowne, Woods- 
eo. Hertford. 

pass, in bend betw. two bendlets 
tcf • Sr. Mathew Bbowne, Bechworth, 
F. Baownc, Kent. 

ranip. in bend betw. foor cotises 
oo. Buckingham. 



BEASTS. 8 now betw. or within .... cont, 

Bendlets or Cotises cont. 

Sa. three lions pass, iu bend betw. two dooble 
cotises arg. Sir Anthony Brown, Viscoont 
Montago, F; Z, 342, 356 ; a heiress m. Poyntz. 
Bbowne, Bechworth, F; or Betch worth Castle, 
Surrey. Bbowne, Baron Monteagle 1760 and 
1806, Viscoont Westport 1768, Earl of Alta- 
mont 1771, Marqois of Sligo 1800. Browne, 
Caoghley, and the Woodlands, co. Salop. 
Bbowne, Passage, co. Cork; and Bronwylfa, 
St. Asaph. 

Sa. three lions pass, in bend betw. two dooble 
cotises arg. a crescent for diff. Browne, Gal- 
ston Park, co. Westmeath, and the Neale, co. 
Mayo; Baronetcy 21 Jone 1636, Baron Kil- 
maine 1789. Bbowne, Ballinvoher, co. Cork, 
1647. 

Sa. three lions pass, in bend betw. two dooble 
cotises arg. a moUet for diff. Browne, Baro- 
netcy 8 December 1707 ; qoartering De Beao- 
voir. 

Sa. three lions pass, in bend arg. crowned or 
betw. foor cotises of the second. Hawtbe, co. 
Bedford. 

Sa. three lions ramp. betw. two dooble cotises 
arg. Bbowne, F*. 
Birds 

Or three lions pass. go. betw. three popinjays ppr. 
Pedwabdyn. 
Bordnre 

Arg. three demi-lions ramp, cooped go. within a 
bordore go. of the last charged with eight 
bezants. Fisheb, co. Northampton, W. 

Arg. three lions pass, in pale within a bordore az. 
Gbigg, Bealing Parva, Soffolk. 

Arg. three lions pass, in pale go. armed and 
langoed az. within a bordore of the last. 
M'KiNEBiNY, HarL MS. 4039, fo. 139. 

Arg. three lions .... go. within a bordore engr. 
az. Gloucesteb, co. Gloucester. 

Arg. three lions ramp. go. within a bordore 
* cersele' az. Monsire de Grx)ucESTB£, Y. 

Arg. three lions ramp. go. within a bordore in- 
dented az. Sire Walter de Uloucestrb, N; O. 

Arg. three lions ramp. go. within a bordnre sa. 
William de Kibkham, E. Nichol de Kibkham, 
F. 

Arg. three lions ramp. go. within a bordure engr. 
sa. Kibkham, Ashcombe, temp. Henry III 
and Blackdon, co. Devon, temp. Edward 1 ; the 
heiress m. Bloont; a yoonger branch settled 
at Pinhoe. 

Arg. three lions ramp. go. within a bordure in.- 
dented sa. Sire William de Bellehoub, N, 

Arg. three lions pass, in pale sa. armed and Ian* 
gued go. a bordure chequey (another compony) 
of the second and or. Cabew, Kent. 

Az. three lions ramp, within a bordore arg. 
Chich, F*. Chiche, F. Chickies. 

Az. three lions ramp, or docally crowned go. 
within a bordore erm. Froud. 

Erm. three lions ramp, within a bordore engr. go. 
KiBCHAX or Kibkham. 

Erm. three lions rarnp. go. within a bordore engr. 
.... Cothbert Blakeden, Seijeant of the 
Confectionery to Henry YllI ; in Thames Dit- 
ton Chorch, co. Sorrey, 1540. 

Erm. three lions ramp. go. within a bordure engr. 
sa. Belhouse, Essex. Ktbkrham, F*. Sr. 
John Kybkham, Blakedon, co. Devon, F. 

Erm. three lions ramp, within a bordore or. 
Blackman, London, and East Indies. 



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BEASTS. 8 LI0H8 betw. or within. . . ,eofU. 

Bordore conU 

Ermines three lions ramp, or a bordure of the 
second semy of crescents az. Bla.ckiian, quar- 
tered by Hamage. 

On. three lions pass, guard, in pale arg. on a bor- 
dure az. ten saltires of the second. City of 
Hebefobd. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. within a bordure coun- 
tercompony arg. and gu. Ross, Eindies, Soot- 
land. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. within a bordure ooun- 
teroompony or and gu. Ross, Pilkerie, Soot- 
land. 

Gu. three lions pass, in pale arg. within a bordure 
or. Elys Giffard, A, 

Gu. three lions ramp. aig. within a bordure or 
charged with as many leopards' faces of the 
first. Ross, Belfast. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. within a bordure in- 
▼eoked sa. Ross, Nuik, Scotland. 

Gu. three lions ramp, within a bordure erm. 
Wnjjs, Warlis, Essex. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or within a 
bordure arg. Edmund de Woodstock, Earl 
of Kent, son of Edward II, V; Gonte de Kent, 
Y; i. e, Edmund (of Woodstock) Plaktaobnbt, 
Earl of Kent, 1321, ob. 1380 ; sixth son of Ed- 
ward II, Z, 215, 216. And his children, Ed- 
mund, ob. 1332 ; and John, ob. 1352, succes- 
sively Earls of Kent ; and Joan the Fair Maid 
of Kent, who m. Sir Thomas Holand, created 
Earl of Kent and Baron Wake of Lidel; so 
that this coat was assumed by le Conte de Kent 
(Holland), 8^ her son Thomas Holand, Earl 
of Kent and BaronWake, 1300, Marshal 1380, ob. 
s. p. 1397 ; and was the ooat as well of his six 
daughters and co-heirs as of his sons Thomas 
ob. 1400, and Edmund ob. 1407, Z, 154, 205, 
216-8, 311, 324, 378. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or within a 
bordure engr. arg. Oriel Coixeoe at Oxford, 
founded 1323 by Adam de Brome, Ck>nfes8or of 
Edward II. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or within a 
bordure az. Gontee de Ghestbe, Y. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or within a 
bordure az. semy of fleurs-de-lis gold. Gonte 
de Gornewaille, Y; i. e, John (of Eltham) 
Plantaoenet, Earl of Gomwall, 1328, ob. 1334, 
second son of Edward II ; Z, 153. Le G. de 
HuNTYNDON ( iu a later hand Duke of Excester, 
Holland), S; i, e. John Holland, Earl of 
Huntingdon 1388, Duke of Exeter 1398, K, ob. 
1400 ; and his son Richard, ob. 1415 ; and an- 
other son John, Duke of Exeter, Earl of Hun- 
tingdon and Ivory, Lord of Sparre, ob. 1446 ; 
and his 86n Henry, ob. 1473, Z, 218, 219. 

Gu. three lions ramp, or within a bordure engr. 
arg. Reginald Fitz-FiERS, V. M. Edmond 
FiTZ-HuoH,5. Peverell, F. Fitz-Pyers, F*. 

Gu. flory or three lions ramp, within a bordure of 
the second. Wilbury, co. Devon. 

Gu. three lions ramp, or within a bordure in- 
dented arg. Sire Reynald le Fitz-Renald, 0. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale or over all a 
crosier the siaS gu. crook sa. all within a bor- 
dure of the last bezanty. Gisteroian Abbey at 
Vale-Royal, co. Ghester. 

Gu. three lions pass, guard, per pale or and arg. 
within a bordure az. charged with eight esceJ- 
lops silver. O'Meaba, (pencil note in) HarU 
MS, 4039, fo. 44. 



BEASTS. 8 LIOHS betw. or within. . . .eonL 

Bordure cont. 

Or three lions pass, guard, in pale gu. within a 
bordure of the last charged with six crescents 
as Uie first. O'Meara, Ireland, HarL MS. 
4039, fo. 44. 

Or three lions ramp. sa. within a bordure engr. 
a£. Mallory. 

Per chev. az. and or three lions pass, guard, in 
pale counterchanged within a bordure arg. 
Robert Gatelyn, Rondes, co. Northampton, W, 
Gatlyn, F*. Gatlyne. 

Per fess arg. and erm. three lions pass, 
guard, in pale sa. within a bordure wavy az. 
Galcraft, Ingress, Kent; granted 8 December 
1770. 

Per fess gu. and arg. (sometimes per fess gu. and 
erm.) three lions ramp, counterchanged within 
a bordure erm. Willis, Fen-Ditton, co. Gam- 
bridge; Horingftley, and Bales, co. Hertford. 
Willis, co. Dorset. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. 
within a bordure compony of the second and 
sa. in every second division of the bordure a 
bezant Herbert, Gonington, co. Huntingdon. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. within 
a bordure compony or and of the seooud. 
Herbert, Tinteme, co. Monmouth. 

Per pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. within 
a bordure uebuly or. Powell. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp. arg. 
within a bordure compony of the last and az. 
Herbert Losinoa, Bibhop of Norwicti 1091- 
1119. 

Per pale or and gu. three lions pass, in pale within 
a bordure all counterchanged. Wethypoll, F. 
Wythypoll, F*. 

Per pale or and gu. three lions pass, guard, within 
a bordure all counterchanged. Withypoule, 
Suffolk. 

Per pale sa. and arg. three lions ramp, counter' 
changed within a bordure per pale of the se- 
cond and az. Palliser, Amersham, co. Buck- 
ingham. 

Quarterly az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. with- 
in a bordure compony or bezanty and gu. 
Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, temp. Edward 
VI, but the bordure was abandoned before 
1661 ; (this coat seems falser. 

Sa. three lions ramp. arg. witnin a bordure or. 
Prowse, Oldcliffe, co. Somerset. 
Oroetes 

Arg. three lions ramp. gu. two and one b^w. 
three crosses croslet fitchy of the last one and 
two. Belhouse, Aveley, Essex. 

Per pale gu. and az. three lions ramp, two and 
one arg. betw. three crosses patty fitchy ooe 
and two erminois. Prodoers or Prooers, 
Bromfield, co. Salop ; originally from Gwem- 
dee and Gwenvale, South Wales. 

Sa. three lions pass. arg. betw. four crosses patty 
.... (Attributed to) Richard Beadon, Bishop 
of Gloucester 1789, Bath, etc. 1802-24. 

Gu. three lions ramp, guard, betw. eight croeses 
croslet fitchy or. Gay or Gays, Kent. 

Gu. three lions ramp. arg. betw. nine crossee 
croslet or. Gaye, F*. 

Sa. three lions ramp. arg. betw. nine oroeaes 
croslet or. Pjieuze, F*. The croslets fitchy. 
Wilbury, F. 
Fleura-de-lis 

Az. three demi-hons within an orle of flenrs-de- 
lis or. Mornell. 



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BEASTS. 8 MOLBSbetw. orwithia.... 

Arg. three moles pass, in pale within a bordare 

eagr. sa. Wighton. 
Or three moles statant within a bordnre engr. 

sa. Thomas Wioton, V, 

8 SHEEP betw. or within.... 

Or three rams pass. sa. betw. two bendlets az. 
in chief a lion ramp, and in base a scaling ladder 
of the second. Brace. 

S TI6EB8 betw. or within. . . . 

Sa. diree tigers pass, in bend betw. two double 
ooCises arg. Bbowne, Canterbury, Keot. 

8 WOLVES betw. or within. . . . 

Bofdnre 

Arf . three wolves eourant in pale within a bordure 
tz. Kktxeb. 

Arg. three wolres conrant in pale az. within a 
bordnre .... Keticbb, Chelbrough, co. Dorset. 

Aig. three wol?ea pass, in pale az. within a bor- 
dare.... bezanty. Ktmer, Wastchelborow, 
CO. Dorset. 

Or three woWes pass, in pale az. within a bordure 
per bordure iodented gu. and az. Lupus, F*. 
Amhooj Wolfe, co. Devon, V. 
Flamchei 

Az. three wolves statant in pale or betw. two 
flannehes of the last each charged with an an- 
chor az. Chauxct, HarL MS, 1808, fo. 60 b. 

Az. three wolves pass, in pale or betw. two 
fiaonohes of the last each charged with an an- 
chor sa. Chauucst. 

8 GATS betw. or within. . . . 

and in chief. . . . 
S^ three eat-a-mountains.... within a bordure 
nig. ID chief a crescent betw. two mullets az. 
CmvAs, Aberdeen. 

8 LI0V8 betw. or within. . . . 

and in ohief . . . . 
Baidlets....8.Foil 
Sa. three lions pass. betw. two bendlets arg. in 
the onister chief point a S-foil of the last. 
BiowxE, CO. Dorset. 
Sa. three lions pass, in bend betw. two cotises 
tr?. in chief a 3-foil slipped erm. Bbowne, 
Snriftoo, CO. Derby. 

• • . .Head 
5a. three lions pass, in bend betw. two cotises arg. 
a chief a griffin's head erased of the second. 
BaowsE, Kent. 

8 SHEEP betw. or within.... 

and in ehief . . . . 

Or three rams pass. sa. within two bendlets az. 

bitv. in ehief a lion ramp, and in base a scaling 

hJAer of Uie second on a chief wavy part of 

the weria defending the town and port of 



On 8 CATS 

9^ OB three eats pass, in pale arg. (? spots.*..) 
SnvBZ, Mmrtown, Scotland; quartering arg. 
m a ciuea moUne sa. a mullet of the field. 

On 8 D008 

S^sa three greyhounds pass. arg. collared com- 
ftmj oar sad of the first an escallop at the 
■baJMar of eaefa as the field. Adam de 



BEASTS. 



On 8 LlOirS 



Billets 
Gu. on three lions pass. arg. billets sa. Bechb. 

GTosset 
Az. on three demi-lions couped arg. crosses eroslet 

sa. Newman, Dartmouth, Mam head, and 

Stokeley, co. Devon; Baronetcy 17 March 

ISS'J. 

Frettj 
Arg. three lions pass, (another ramp.) sa. tretty 

az. Alwyn, CO. Devon ; quartering per pale or 

and az. three eagles counterchanged. 
Sa. three lions ramp, or fretty az. Wiketon. 

Oonttee 
Az. on three demi-lions ramp. arg. as many 

gouttes-de-sang at the Mboulder of each. 

Newenhax, CO. Nottingham ; and Everdon, oo. 

Northampton. 
Az. on three demi-lions ramp. arg. gouttes-de- 
sang. Sr Newenham, co. Northampton, 

F. Newman, co. Buckingham, 1716. Newman, 

Ludgvan and Gluvias, Cornwall. Nowenham. 
Mallets 
Gu. on three lions ramp. sa. a mallet at the 

shoulder of each .... Sr. Stukelet, V, 
Mallets 
Or on three demi-lions couped in bend az. a 

mullet to each arg. Meymott, granted 1885. 
Gu. on thi-ee lions ramp. sa. a mullet at the 

shoulder of each .... Stukeley, F*. 
Portcullisea 
Per pale gu. and sa. three lions pass, guard, in 

pale per pale arg. and or the centre lion charged 

on the side with a portcullis ( az. another) sa. 

O'Grady, Viscount Guillamore; Baron O'Grady 

of Bockbarton, 28 January 1831. 
Beundlei 
Arg. goutty-de-sang on three lions pass, in pale 

gu. crowned or bezants. Fayrefobd, V, 

Faybford, r*. 
Arg. goutty-de-sang on three liens ramp. gu. 

crowned or bezants. Fayrforo. 
Arg. on three lions pass, in pale sa. bezants. 

Colwell, V. 
Arg. on three lions pass. sa. bezants. Colvile. 
Per fess embattled gu.and sa. on three lions pass. 

guard, arg. spots of the second. Luppinocots, 

CO. Devon. 
Sa. on three lions ramp, pnard. arg. spots of the 

field. Lynch, Groves, Kent ; and Rixton Hall, 

CO. Lancaster (but? if not lynxes ramp, guard. 

ppr. as in article 3 lynxes). 
Sa. on three lions pass, guard, in pale or spots 

of the field. Bouchieb, Little Stainbridge, 

Essex. BouBCHiER, 1610. 

On 8 OUNCES 

Sa. on three ounces statant in pale or spots of 
the first. Sir James Bourcheb, HaH. MS. 
6095, fo. 15 b. 

On 8 WOLVES 

Arg. three wolves pass. gu. on the shoulder of 
the first a mullet or. Roger Whelpdale, 
Bishop of Carlisle 1420-3. 

On 8 OATS and in ehief. . . . 

Pean on three cat-a-mountains pass, in pale arg. 
(? spots....) on a canton or a fess cu. sur- 
mounted by an anchor of the third encircled by 
a wreath of laarel vert. Keats, Dorrant House, 
Dover; quartering Goodwin. 

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BEASTS. On 8 D008 and in chief. . . . 

on a Chief. . . . (Beast) Fox 
Vert on three greyhouDds .... arg. goiitte8<de- 
larmeR on a chief or a fox pass. ga. Weldish, 
LyntoD, Kent ; granted 14 March 1542. 
....Onn 
Arg. on three hounds pass. sa. as many plates to 
each on a chief gn. a ouWerine betw. two an- 
chors or. GoNSTON or Gumston, London. 

On 8 OATS betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 

Sa. on three cat-a-monntains within a bordure 
arg. (? spots. . . . ) in chief a crescent betw. two 
mullets az. Chivas, Aberdeen. 

4 DEER 

Quarterly or and az. four roebucks .... counter- 
changed. Lloyd, Holyroode, and Whitnester, 
CO. Gloucester ; and Cheame, Surrey. 

Quarterly or and az. four roebucks trippant ooun- 
terchanged. Lloyd, Bradenham House, near 
Wycomb, co. Buckingham. 

Quarterly or and az. four roebucks pass, counter- 
changed. ROSINDALE, 1441. 

4 LE0PABD8 

Quarterly az. and gu. four leopards pass. arg. 
Peabt. 

4 LIONS 

Az. four lions ramp, two and two or. Lutman, 
Bentley, co. Hants; and Langley, Sussex; 
granted 1738. 

Or four lions ramp, in quadrangle the first and 
fourth sa. the second and third gu. Philippa 
de Ayesnis, daughter of William Count of Hain- 
ault, Holland, Zeeland, and Friesland, wife of 
Edward III; 1328 69; Lantdowne MS, 874, 
fo. 105. 

Per pale indented gu. and arg. four lions ramp, 
counterchanged. Ellbsworth, Oxford. 

Per sal tire arg. and sa. four lions ramp, 
counterchanged. Patmb, co. Lincoln, and co. 
Stafford. 

Per sal tire az. and or four lions ramp, counter, 
changed. Gold. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. four lions ramp, counter- 
changed over all on a fess sa. three garbs or. 
Murphy, Ireland. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. four lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Cynvraig Sais. 

Quarterly az. and arg. four lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Sir William Pipard, V. 

Quarterly az. and gu. four lions pass, guard, arg. 
Peart. 

Quarterly az. and gu. four lions pass, guard, 
counterchanged . Principality of Wales. 

Quarterly az. and gu. four lions ramp, counter- 
changed. PiGOT. 

Quarterly per fess indented az. and or four lions 
pass, counterchanged. Cromwell, Putney, 
Surrey. Cromwell, F*. Crumwell, Lord of 
Okebam, V, 

Quarterly gu. and arg. four lions pass, counter- 
changed. Meredydd Ap Cynan. 

Quarterly gu. and nrg. four lions ramp, counter- 
changed over all on a bend sa. three garbs or. 
MirnpHY. 

Quarterly gu. and az. four lions ramp. or. 
Peart. 



BEASTS. 



4 LI0K8 eont. 



Quarterly gu. and or four lions pass, counter- 
changed. Prince de Gales (t. e, Wales), Q, 

Quarterly gu. and or four lions pass, guard, coun- 
terchanged. Llewyllyn Ap Jobwsrth, slain 
1282. South Wales. Le Prince de Gales, F. 

Quarterly gu. and or four lions ramp, counter- 
changed. Owen Glendwr, seal 1404. 

Quarterly or and arg. in the first and fourth two 
lions ramp, sa.in the second and third as many 
lions ramp. gu. Enemead. 

Quarterly or and az. four lions pass, counter- 
changed. Llotd, CO. Denbigh. 

Quarterly per fess indented or and az. four lions 
pass, counterchanged. Cromwell, Lord of 
Okton, temp. Charles I. 

Quarterly or and az. four lions pass, guard, coun- 
terchanged. Ap-Gbiffyn, Wales. 

Quarterly or and az. four lions ramp, oounter- 
changed. Lutley, Lawton and Bromscroft, 
Munslow Hall, co. Salop. Lutteley, Broms- 
croft, C